Time: October 12, 2013 at 10pm to October 13, 2013 at 6am
Location: 229 The Venue
Street: Great Portland Street
City/Town: London, WC1X 8BZ
Website or Map: http://www.229thevenue.com
Event Type: allnighter, northern, soul, live, music
Organized By: Lord Savage, Rob Bailey
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2013
CROSSFIRE started back in 2001 bringing together all the different elements of the London 60s scene for a big night of pure vintage underground partying. This 1000 capacity venue in the heart of Central London home to Le Beat Bespoké, Nutty New Year and New Untouchables live promotions has three rooms of action with an all night bar!
NORTHERN SOUL music has reached a whole new audience through the film ‘Soul Boy’ and you can emulate those dance moves on the huge wooden dance floor in our fabulous Ballroom to a soundtrack of the best Northern Soul oldies in the true all-nighter tradition from historic venues of the past. Hosted by Kent Records and 6Ts promoter and DJ Ady Croasdell, expect to hear top jocks from the London soul scene past and present including Irish Greg, Dawn & Nick Brown, Val Palmer and Jo Wallace joining Harboro Horace playing the best Northern Soul classics.
The R&B ROOM is hosted by London promoters the New Untouchables with authentic Rhythm and Blues, Ska/Reggae and Club Soul on the menu from resident DJ Rob Bailey and special guests from top European R&B club joints including Roger Banks, Dave Edwards, Scott Fraser Simpson and Kris Tebbutt.
The BEAT BASEMENT is hosted by the successful Mousetrap all-nighters in Finsbury Park. Resident DJ Dr Robert (Le Beat Bespoke) and Rhys Webb & Coffin Joe (Horrors) + 2 Pete's (Perfumed Garden- Derby) spin the primest 60’s Beat, Garage, Psych committed to vinyl. Expect maximum fun, gorgeous go-go girls to a backdrop of kaleidoscopic visuals and the best live acts.
LIVE at 10.30pm in the Beat room are the ever so good AARDVARKS, hailing from just up the road in West London. You can expect to hear all your fave raves from their debut EP, Bargain Day album and all the brilliant singles alongside some choice covers from The Who, Tomorrow, Ruperts People and Wimple Winch.
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