Andy Blake & Dan Beaumont added to line up for SOCIETY

Just over three weeks until the next SOCIETY featuring Marshall Jefferson and we have some brilliant news. Joining Jefferson on the night will be:

ANDY BLAKE
DAN BEAUMONT

Founder of Dissident Recordings as well as promoter and DJ at World Unknown in Brixton, ANDY BLAKE is often cited as the DJ for music geeks. Whilst we agree, his talent is much bigger than this; Andy is a DJ for all party heads and one of those DJs who really brings the energy; somehow making a 25 year old record sound even fresher than fresh. For this month’s SOCIETY, expect a musical journey from Chicago by way of Manchester, Detroit and London; hidden gems, classic sounds and forgotten beats to move your feet.

DAN BEAUMONT is one half of Jam Factory and proprietor of gay dance bar Dalston Superstore. In a previous life Dan was a founding member of the Disco Bloodbath collective, tearing up dance-floors around the world. We are very excited to have Dan joining us to dig through a set of underground Chicago and Acid House. A delight for your earballs and the perfect accompaniment to both Marshall Jefferson and Andy Blake.

Expect a selection of mixes and sounds to appear on these pages in the coming weeks – in the meantime (and for those that don’t know) enjoy an introduction into these two sonic journeymen…

Andy Blake interview and mix for Fabric.

Some Jam Factory productions

We’re having a warm up party for the next SOCIETY at The Victoria (near Mile End Station) where our co-promoters Class Of  808 will be playing a three and a half hour set, entry is free, so if you’re around come party with us! It’ll be fun night… More details over on the Facebook event page.

Knockturnal

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