â†’ Kaidi Tatham || Katie Barber || Atjazz || Marcia Carr || T. Maronie || Bunny Bread â†
TMP and the POW (Stop Making Sense) bring together some of UK’s best Underground DJs, expect a a sound clash fusion – old hybrids meets new electronica and beyond.
Following on from the huge success of SoundcLash at the end of January things have gone into overdrive with the interest for another party so in response to the the public cry for more we are only happy to announce that SoundcLash ‘Round Two’ is here – Saturday 22nd March is the date to bookmark for next heats of the male and female dj battle of the finest beats and rhythms rattling the dance floors of the Underground.
â— As team captains: Kaidi Tatham (2000Black) and Marcia DaVinylMC (Mi-Soul) gather their ‘arms’ of music mustards we are joined by very special guests – they guys need all the help they can rally in truth.
Enter into the ring Atjazz Recording artist the kingpin himself Atjazz who has taken up the gauntlet to assist The Ladz. Joining him to fortify their efforts of bombarding of eclectic rhythms, beats and grooves to try and dizzy The Ladyz is Jazz Re-Freshed aficianado Bunny Bread (Code Emphasis).
â— Once again repping for the women: Katie Barber and T. Maronie are stacked up with right credentials, they are more than able to hold court showing one and all that us Ladyz across the musical spectrum know how to get you dancers and clubbers alike in a spin – you had better be ready to take the good vibes and pretty shapes to the dance floor.
‘Round Two’ of the SoundcLash promises to be another fab night of music splendour of Broken Beats, Future Boogie, the all essential dubplates and colour assortment of all that is House music. We’ve lots of good humour and banter and chat to anhilate de bwoy dem and de man dem who feel able to stand up to the test and take the Lash that is the SoundcLash.
Don’t delay to get your advance tickets from Resident Advisor at Â£8 each on sale now.
Doors: 10pm sharp
Bring your ID for a hassle-free entry.
With the new year come fresh ideas and new beginnings in clubland. ‘Soundclash’ brings together a variety of Dance music’s splintering forms: electronic breaks, syncopated beats, fusions of rhythms and melodic grooves to fuse with analogue styles and templates of familiarity within those sounds of the old school that music heads and clubbers still gravitate toward. Taking advantage of that Talking Music Productions’ Marcia Carr and the team behind Stop Making Sense and the Bedroom Bar have hit the ground running with a venture that brings together some of UK’s fine Underground talent to present this one-off special, a high flying showcase of music expression; a sound clash fusion – old hybrids meets new electronica and beyond.
30 September at 20:30
Just know that your Shazam android/moble app will be defunct on the night as you won’t find the upfront dubplate selection from the Kaidi Kat available any where, that’s how hot and exclusive ‘Playback Re:Loaded’ will be, you don’t want to miss this!
Plus, injecting a little Boogie flavour and quality House bullets and classics House FM’s Steve Harrington will have plenty of vinyl on hand, and Nicky Markou will keep the grooves soulful, smooth on the deeper side of House.
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â€¢ Kaidi Tatham â€¢
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â€¢ Steve Harrington â€¢
â€¢ Nicky Markou â€¢
Venue: East Village (basement) Club, 89 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HX
Following the success of the first event Headphones & Handbags charity fund raiser for Breakthrough Breast Cancer back in March, DJ Marcia Carr returns with the follow up charity party set to be a night to remember. This time the Boys have been drafted in to throw down various selections assured to keep you rockin’ and shockin’ out on the dance floor all night long.
Johnny Reckless (Colourfulradio/Soul Brother)
Phil Asher (restlesssoul/PushFM)
Orin Afronaut (Bugz in the Attic)
Pete Mello (Remember The Times/Move On Up)
Rap Saunders (Soulmates)
Terry Farley (Faith fanzine)
Kaidi Tatham (Jazz Re:Freshed),
Seamus Haji (Big Love)
Stephen Dove (Flex FM)
plus MCs: T-Roy Broadcite MC E-Mix
So, let us gather together to “break some beats not their (disco) balls” as we raise heaps of some cash to help in the fight against cancer.
Advance tickets: Â£5* online / Â£7 with the flyer / Â£10 on the door.
*ltd adv tkts via www.wegottickets.com search “Headphones & MANBAGS Pt.2” or copy/paste
I hope that you will be able to make this event – “every bit helps!”
*Nb. Event will be filmed for future broadcast so wear your finest threads and bring your dancing shoes to da floor!
Online direct donations via: www.justgiving.com/marciadavinylmc
A former jazz dancer, Marcia Carr aka Marcia DaVinylMC is a woman of many talents – which aptly describe the long standing club DJ and co-radio presenter of shows on Ministry Of Sound and Colourful radio, who’s also a member of the London based Ladyzâ„¢ DJ collective.
Her club DJ sets of deeper, soulful, jazzy style encompassing tech house, Afro, gospel house, disco, broken beat, nu jazz and dubstep have also featured on air of a variety of radio stations as far flung as Singapore and Sri Lanka to a host of European neighbours – Estonia, Finland, Norway, Luxembourg, Greece, Ireland, Switzerland, Scotland plus venues like the Ministry Of Sound radio alongside the likes of Bob Sinclair, David Morales and MAW. Invitations to spin around the world have continued to find favour and appreciation for Marcia gaining new fans everywhere she goes. Having spun with some honorary names over the years that include Kerri Chandler, Phil Asher, Paul ‘Anderson, Frankie Valentine, Norman Jay MBE, Larry Heard, Jeremy Newall, Seamus Haji, Teddy Douglas (The Basement Boys), Marc Mac (4Hero), Ricky Morrison, Bert Bevans, DJ Paulette, Kev Beadle, Johnny Reckless, Jazzie B, Cosmo, Rachel Aubern and many others. On a night off Marcia still has a yearning to take to the dance floor – she’s definitely a girl about town always supporting the underground electronic dance scene.
Fitting in journalist contributions also to I-DJ, Soulm8online and the Soul Survivors dance magazines, Marcia Carr also runs music PR / Artist agency company Talking Music Productions, hosts many different events, is involved with studio production and remix work, she has also provided independent music consultancy to many organisations and illustrate exactly why she is a tour de force, she is very much in demand around the world.
We step it up for our autumn party, back to East Village on Saturday 8th October, we welcome a House Music Legend to grace our decks and headline beat players for an exclusive London performanceâ€¦Mr Joey Negro.
He was in the studio making credible and outstanding British House music when many luminaries around him were still busy getting to grips with their decks. In 2011 little has changed and the Z Records head honcho is widely regarded as one of the most commercially successful and in-demand artists on the global scene, In the beat basement Joey Negro partners up with our Residentsâ€¦Neil Pierce & Sy Sez .
Upstairs in the amazingly styled Boogie Bar we welcome the all round super talents of The Ladybugz, Marcia & Tayo combine as a potent combination of dj wizardry and slick programming that has seen dancefloors rocked at major clubs & festivals all over the globe. The Ladyz will join the beat players resident Shaun Samuel for a serious Vinyl throwdown!
Lady Bugz – Marcia Carr & Tayo Maronie
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