Spacey electro and dancey techno by Multiplayer Disco. They make it happen on a summery night in Hoxton Square with tingly beats and fantastic loops to go with your bubbly stuff.
Email us & book a table – email@example.com and make your Friday go yay!9pm-3am free entry
18+ Table & Party Bookings
DJ Louis :: Indie :: Disco :: Dance
DJ Louis busts out all the big fun tracks for your Ziggy Saturday night!
Get down to the sound from 8pm and book that table firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 613 1988.
Best of al; it’s free entry all night!8pm-3am Free Entry
Table & Party Bookings
Retro Spirit Vinyl-Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Sunday
Retro Spirit rocks the joint with VINYL ONLY every 3rd Sunday of the month!
No CDs and definitely no stupid USB sticks! This is the real thing on wax.
All day happy hour & solid home-cooked food – Sunday brunch served ’til 4pm – to match it all.
Listen to the waxy guitars from the 40s to the 50s spun on plastic by DJ Retro Spirit aka Big Beat Luke.
WARNING! Mellow start, ending frantic!
Free motorbike parking on Hoxton Square. Quiffs optional – yet preferred.
3pm - 9pm free entry
Table & Party Bookings
Adiescar // Amorie // Arliston // Isobel Frances
Hot Vox Music presents a live pop / shoegaze / singer songwriter gig featuring:
Adiescar – British singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist recently graduated from studying composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Influenced in all walks of musical life, her composing ranges in style from acoustic pop to electronic rock. Her repertoire has been compared to artists such as Tori Amos, Judie Tzuke, and Gabrielle Aplin. Past shows include supporting Don Broco, Public Service Broadcasting, Leon Bratt (winner Live and Unsigned 2012), and festivals such as Rhythms of the World (2015), Worcester Music Festival, Bedford River Festival, Rock at the Castle (Herford Music Festival), and have travelled around the UK performing shows (Birmingham, Coventry, Manchester, London, Cambridge, Leicester etc.).
Amorie – Combining hyper-metaphorical lyrics, minimal downtempo beats, and haunting vocals touching on the darkness of heartache, Amorie is an electronic pop enigma. Blending inspiration from Lorde, James Blake, and Son Lux amongst others, her sound is a mix of several backgrounds. The now London-based American began writing and performing in her early teens, inspiring a move to Liverpool, UK at eighteen to hone in on her artistry at Paul McCartney’s famed Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Arliston – Formed in East London, Arliston is a new project by Jack Ratcliffe, George Hasbury and Jordi Bosch. Jack has worked very closely with engineer and songwriter Chris Blakey (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Death in Vegas, Lloyd Williams) to create a signature sound blending lush textures, soulful vocals and expansive soundscapes. Reminiscent of Bon Iver, The National and James Blake.
Isobel Frances – With clear, bright vocals and a songwriting technique that combines modern, pop themes with a soulful yet laidback approach.
7pm-11pm / £6 adv; £8 otd
18+ Advance tickets
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