On Saturday we put on an Offline DJ-only event at our fave pub in Brixton, the Prince Albert, and the night was a stormer!
The night ended with me and Dubversion having a CD ‘face off’, with each daring the other to put pon ever cheesier songs.
I managed, Shampoo, ‘Trouble’ by EMF, Shirley Bassey and Elvis and a load of other stuff that only sounds great when you’re drunk.
By 2am we had every single person in the pub – including the bar staff – dancing! Top night!
Offline @ JAMM, this Thursday!
There’s more! Check out the bumper bill of top acts at our Brixton big night this Thursday. Come along – it’s FREE!
THURS 27th APRIL Brixton JAMM
8pm-2am. 261, Brixton Rd, Brixton, London SW9
Nearest tubes: Brixton, Oval, Stockwell
LIVE ACTS [10pm – midnight]:
11:30 MORTON VALENCE
‘Morton Valence ought to be the next big pop sensation’ incendiarymag.com
‘irresistibly infectious… the audience were utterly entranced’ The Times
‘utterly inspired’ Mojo Magazine
‘the most interesting and intriguing band on these shores’ Metro
11:00 THE TACTICIANS
“A stripped down union of a happy-pills popping Hefner, post ‘Wake Up’ Boo Radleys and Dodgy”…”a band destined for greatness” XFM Radio.
10:30 PORTICO QUARTET
Incredible Southbank regulars with a unique, uplifting sound that mixes minimalism, jazz and hiphop making it a bastard to categorise. But they’re chuffin’ good.
10:00 THE DIRECTION
‘Nattily scruffed’ (XFM) indie/punksters.
8.30 – 9.30pm ENTERTAINMENT
VIC LAMBRUSCO’S CABARET HOUR
‘Abrasive political comedy’ – Time Out
A full bill of top notch stand up and poets including:
RICHARD TYRONE-JONES: Twisted urban gothic from Dudley
PAUL BIRTILL: the misanthropic Merseymouth
RHIANN EDWARDS: giving it to the Clapham Tamaras
PLUS A SHEDLOAD OF TOP DJS!
Including Dubversion (PROD), IanW (How Does It Feel To Be Loved), Han, Editor, Skim, hiccup, LD Rudeboy… more to be announced.
More info: Offline website