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Exclusive Kitsuné Club Mix

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Christmas party season is nearly upon us, and we have just the thing to get you in the mood.

Iconic French music and fashion label Kitsuné have been deciding what's cool for the past decade and they bring their wares to the relaunched Fire club in London's Vauxhall for a Winter spectacular on Saturday 7th December.

As usual, it's a stellar line up, led by LA garage house legend Todd Edwards - who recently featured on Kitsuné countrymen Daft Punk's acclaimed Random Access Memories - and supplemented by Kitsuné favourites Beataucue, Irish producer Krystal Klear, Gigamesh and Applebottom back-to-back with Walter Ego.

To celebrate and get you in the mood, we've been given an exclusive mix courtesy of Parisian electro act Logo (pictured above) - so get your ears round this, put your best dancing shoes on, and we'll see you down there.

The Winter Edition Saturday 7th December @ Fire London. Buy Advance Tickets £15

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