Plan B is one of South Londonâ€™s best kept secrets and a staple for the areaâ€™s clubbing for almost nine years. Since the re-launch of the club in 2009 (which included fitting a state of the art, no expense spared Funktion 1 sound system in both rooms) Plan B has put on a succession of high quality events, featuring the outputs of emerging underground talent and international DJs alike, offering a unique space for clubbing in Brixton.
From now on Saturdays at Plan B will become a platform for innovative and retrospective forms of house, techno, disco and other electronics.
Launching on Saturday 18th September 2010, in conjunction with FACT Magazine, we welcome a rare set from Detroit producer and disco aficionado Moodymann (this will be his only London date until early 2011) and accompanying him, the jewel in Eglo Recordsâ€™ crown â€“ Floating Points. Community promises to redefine the scene in Brixton and South London as a whole with a fresh, in-house perspective on how Saturdays nights in one of the most musically rich and forward thinking cities in the world, should sound like.
We are aiming to reunite the best homegrown talent in South London, whilst accommodating some of the worldâ€™s finest DJs, bringing about a return of the underground spirit and affinity for the area that has been so strong in the past.
Forthcoming guests include the likes of Jamie Jones, Todd Terje, Sebo K and Greg Wilson, with lots more to be announced in the coming weeks and months!
9PM TO 4AM
Â£10 ADVANCE, Â£12
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Expect another roadblock as London’s leading listings magazine presents a night of BASS from dubstep, to electro to drum n bass from Sub Focus,Â Emalkay and Burns. After their jam-packed sweat-all-you-like launch party with DJ Yoda in May and tropical techno rave-up with Riva Starr in July, TimeOut are back to tear the Shoreditch’s sophisticated East Village club a new orifice with the hottest name in D&B: Sub Focus. The wunderkind, aka Nick Douwma, will be headlining, packing all his huge summer sets into one for an intimate showcase this evening. He’s joined by scorching Calvin Harris-approved producer Burns and his jackin’ electro-disco remixes, the rising dubstep producer of the moment, Emalkay, and dubstep/D&B collective DubFreakz, with more guests to be announced upstairs in the bar. Hang on to your head because this session’s gonna be huge! LOUNGE: The Dubfreaks featuring Dream, Integral, MFRK, Dantini, Lenny Still!, Nicholas Yeah? and Dubchef take over upstairs. 9pm-3.30am, Â£7 advance timeout.com/live
BASEMENT: Nick Dare, Xi, Kristopher Hall and guests drop underground house and techno. LOUNGE: Norman Jay is joined by Terry Farley and Dave Jarvis who launch their Happy Days compilation so expect the finest soulful house, disco and funk. 9pm-5am, Â£8 advance clubtickets.com, more on door
Muak â€“ People Together host a Night & Day Special Party
Saturday 11th September sees Muak (People Together) return to Londonâ€™s EGG Club to host an exclusive Night and Day Party.
Continuing its mission to bring together the worldâ€™s foremost DJs, producers and musicians, this night is no exception as it welcomes very special guests, Trusâ€™me (Prime Numbers), Lovebirds (Winding Road Records), and plus in the basement a label show ca…se with Lost My Dog Records : Giom, Pete Dafeet, Rhythm Plate.
Soul CentralÂ “In-Ten-City” (Aaron Ross 2010 Deep Dub)
Another solid record from the back cat, thereâ€™s a dope little techy, arpegiatted sound towards the end of the main mix, I was messing around with an edit and I looped up that part as and then as the breakdown was made up of that musical part it was all without drums so I added new beats and worked an arrangement around that techy part. It totally changes the energy of the record and hopefully opens it up to the DJ.s who play that deeper techy sound.
Peven EverettÂ “Stuck” (Phil Asher’s Soul Heaven Version)
One of my proudest signings and the record that launched the label, a soulful classic with a tight edit from Phil Asher…
Long before it featured on the cover of the best-selling Oasis album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? London’s Berwick Street was a mecca for any self-respecting record collector.
Hailed as the “Golden Mile” of vinyl, in the 1990s more than 20 independent stores once lined the street alongside the fruit market and sex shops, earning this corner of Soho a reputation as host to the greatest concentration of record shops in Britain.