Here at ADOmedia we like to build relations with our clients. We like to know them well and understand their business so that we can ensure our service is always bang on.
So, when our good friends and clients Danny and Keiran Clancy invited us to join them as VIP guests at their enormous Hallowe’en party, we thought it only right and proper to don some spooky attire and head down to the big smoke for a party.
Danny and Kieran are the resident DJs at krankbrother. They are also the founders, organisers and promoters of the company and their parties have fast become renowned as the best in the city. But the fair city of London is not their only domain, oh no.
The last few years have seen them travel the world bringing their own brand of stylish, intimate party vibe to venues as diverse as helipads in the Dominican republic (Groovefest), Yachts in Ibiza and festivals in Croatia (Echo) to mention but a few. Their respective social media pages make for enviable viewing.
Unique and unusual venues are a big part of what makes these events extra special, and the Krankbrother’s London stomping ground has witnessed parties in numerous warehouses and on multiple rooftops as well as in unused theater spaces, photography studios and even a disused pub. No two parties are ever the same, save for a few key ingredients, and this is what keeps their loyal fan base of cool party revelers coming back time and again.
This weekend’s Halloween party was no exception, their biggest to date with almost three thousand people filling the vast, illuminated arches of the Great Suffolk Street Warehouse. All attendee’s made serious effort with their outfits and those who didn’t had a Krank-arranged make-up artist on hand to help them out.
It’s touches like these, the make-up artist, the photo booth, the outrageously good lighting, decoration, visuals and superb Funktion One sound system that made this party one to remember.
In short, these boys know how to throw a serious soiree. As the clock stuck 6am and world class DJ Magda spun her final tune, we stood on the stage and peeped over their shoulders to the still bouncing 3000 strong crowd. At that moment we thought to ourselves, our line of work is pretty damn good!
Now we just have to ask ourselves a simple question, when’s the next one?
Photography by Sophia Whitfield.