Ludgero Costa // Fabel and Marcelina Wick – all partners in artistic crimes of music and visuals spins some sweet beats for you and friends!
Representing sticky artwork and plastik music.
minimal / house / deep house / tech-house
9pm-3am / free entry
Table & party bookings
The Mad Movement Takeover
Honey-sweet cuts of disco / funk / UK house & garage.
18+ 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
Email us to book a table
Mamilah + Support
Mamilah originated in Leeds in early 2017, amongst a group of musicians from all corners of the UK and Ireland.Their awareness of the commonly misused umbrella term ‘Neo-Soul’ for any modern R&B/Soul sparked the Mamilah flame, a flame that strives to exude a more traditional soulful blend.
Inspired by artists such as Judith Hill, Stevie Wonder, Nubian Twist and Aretha Franklin, they bring a fresh twist on what it is to be soul. Since their inception, they have played in Leeds most reputable venues such as the Belgrave Music Hall, Smokestacks, The Brudenell Social Club, and The Wardrobe; alongside Leeds heavyweights Têtes de Pois and Necktr, and Manchester group Children Of Zeus. After their debut London gig at Camden Assembly in April 2018, they are now confirmed to support KOKOROKO.
They are looking forward to a summer playing various festivals such as Long Division Festival and Manchester Jazz Festival. Their newest release ‘Sundrips’ is a powerful ballad that brings back nostalgic Soul inflections whilst maintaining a fresh and organic sound.
Soul / Jazz / Funk
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