Prince Albert 418 Coldharbour Lane
Brixton London SW9 8LF [map]
Tel: 020 7274 3771 Facebook event
DJs 9pm - 2.30am
FREE ALL NIGHT!
Influenced by the New York New Wave scene of the late 70s but adding a no-nonsense sarf London contemporary twist, Misty Miller played a superb set at Offline to a packed house.
After the live show, the usual gang of DJs played party-sized earfuls of ska, electro, punk, rock'n'roll, Motown, dancehall, big band, Mrs Mills, Beyonce and rockabilly till 2.30am!
PHOTOS FROM THE DANCEFLOOR:
Misty Miller onstage.
Dancefloor after the live show.
She's still only 19, but her songs reference a rich treasure trove of alt/new wave influences like Patti Smith, Lou Reed, Blondie, PJ Harvey, White Stripes and The Stooges to create a powerful, passionate, spiky, original set.
She's already supported Jake Bugg and Tom Odell - plus a support slot with the legendary US new wave legends Television coming up - and we can't wait to see her on the Offline stage.
DJs on the night
An ale-fuelled onslaught of ska, punk, rock'n'roll, big band, rockabilly, Mrs Mills and Liberace in a floor stomping package.
DJ KING KEG
Funkier than a fleet of foxes wearing flip-flops, expect a body-twisting, booty-compelling feast of funk from the king o'kegs.
BARON BOBBY BAUHAUS (charcoal soul)
More mysterious than Robert Smith's eyeliner bag, Bobby gets dancefloors rocking with quirky, darkside indie-pop and kohl-smudging breakbeats.
Videos and photo slideshows of street photography, random amusements and weird shizzle from the internet.
MAP & DIRECTIONS
The Albert is less than two minutes walk from Brixton station and a few minutes from the Brixton Academy.
Turn left out of the tube station, take the second left down Coldharbour Lane (by the KFC), go past the Prince of Wales and it's the next pub on your left.