In partnership with W Hotels Worldwide, Boiler Room is stepping it up from their grittier beginnings in the East London boiler room to the Presidential Suite at the W London with killer back-to-back sets from Skream and Disclosure, Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum, TEED and Friendly Fires, Jackmaster and Loefah.
Boiler Room has literally been taking the world by storm, with segments coming from New York, Berlin, and Los Angeles, and now with the hospitality of W Hotels, “Do Not Disturb” will be broadcasting from E-WOW suites (aka Presidential Suites) in London, Paris and New York (and hopefully many other cities to come).
These parties truly exemplify the world of the underground elite and are totally private, guestlist only affairs, so stream and dream wishing you were there as you enjoy this 70-minute b2b set from Skream and Disclosure.
Some highlights from the November 14th inaugural W soiree include a sweet remix of Justin Martin’s “Don’t Go” near the start, bathrobes, pillow fights and feather carnage. There were plenty of new and old classics played, including near the end Arctic Monkeys’ “ " target="_blank">When The Sun Goes Down“, along with Prince’s “I Wanna Be Your Lover” and a very special first-time exclusive VIP remix of Jessie Ware’s “Running” from Disclosure. Get that " target="_blank">YouTube rip here.
And a few favorite quotes from Skream, who was ON ONE and going mental the entire time:
“Boiler Room what the fuck’s going on? Yo listen, I know this is a nice suite but none of you own it, so just fukin party in it, no? We’ve got about a half hour left, I’d rather you all dance than just sit about…” and “I’m fuckin allergic to feathers ya cunts!”
Also a great one from Thristian at the end:
“Absolutely wicked. Bigup the vibes tonight, emotional vibes…call your mother and tell her about this thing right now.”
Visit Boiler Room’s site for the next rager, and you can download the Skream b2b Disclosure set here:
From Boiler Room’s Facebook, “This is how it ended” (Bradley Zero Phillip in the bathtub with two honies):