Get Diverted 8 Years on the Terrace
with Session Victim & Jimpster at The Prince of Wales
August 6th - 4pm - 4am

Line-up /
Norman Jay (4 hour Good Times Set)
Rudi Ranx

Sweet Memory Sounds:
Count Skylarkin presents a tribute to DJ Derek

Rob Alldritt. Richie Cox


Norman Jay joins us Up On The Roof for the 3rd and final time of the summer of 2016. This time, it's a very special edition of his legendary long-running 'Good Times' party, and will be joined by regular cohort Rudi Ranx.

Norman's legendary Good Times sound system, was the go-to spot at Europe's largest street party, the Notting Hill Carnival, for 30 years.

Good Times was THE party that changed the face of the Notting Hill Carnival and which has become a Summertime fixture at festivals worldwide. Jay set up his first sound system, Great Tribulation, in 1979 with his brother Joey which became Good Times in 1981, the start of a 30-year residency at Notting Hill Carnival. Norman changed the face of the music played there, introducing a range of gritty, soulful styles to complement the predominantly reggae-based sound systems. The move paved the way for the open-minded Carnival we know today, with Good Times still at its core.

DJ Derek played twice for us on this date and we were greatly saddened that he passed away earlier this year. His close friend fellow DJ and Up On The Roof regular, Count Skylarkin, has spent the past months browsing through Derek’s legendary collection of reggae, ska, soul, rhythm & blues and calypso, and will be dipping into those famous Sweet Memory Sounds too close the party.

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Check out this Terry Farley Interview, ahead of his set at The POW

Skiddle had a chat with Terry Farley to discuss the old days, the new projects, fashion and football terraces... … ones/28028

DJ Alfredo...Up On The Roof with Marshall Jefferson and Terry Farley
at The Prince of Wales, Brixton
Saturday 9 July 2016
15:00 - 04:00


The Balearic Terrace //

DJ Alfredo (Ibiza)
Terry Farley
Nancy Noise
Lloyd Evans

Club //

Marshall Jefferson (Godfather Of House)
Colin Dale
Rob Alldritt

Boudoir Hosted By Meet. //

Meet. DJs

We are again bringing a touch of the Balearic Bliss to Brixton with Ibizan icon DJ Alfredo, Terry Farley and Nancy Noise on the terrace.

Godfather of house Marshall Jefferson and Colin Dale take things H.O.U.S.E in the club room after dark.

Meet. take over the boudoir with full decor and other silliness.

Junction 2 Festival
Drumcode, The Hydra and Closer
Saturday 4th June 2016
12:00pm to 10:30pm (Last entry 8pm)

Boston Manor Park, TW8 9JX
Zone 4, London

Adam Beyer's Drumcode takes centre stage underneath the dominating bridge structure. Powerful lines of pillars run down the length of the dance floor creating a unique, raw experience that can only be compared to the infamous Kappa FuturFestival in Italy.

Contrasting with the brutalist aesthetic of the main stage, the site’s natural beauty is truly revealed when you follow tree-lined pathways to the field where The Hydra and Closer stages will sit.

Adam Beyer
*Alan Fitzpatrick
Carl Craig Presents Modular Pursuits Live
Ida Engberg

The Hydra: electric minds 10
*Âme (DJ)
Mano Le Tough
Move D
Mr. G (Live)
Dolan Bergin

Marcel Dettmann / Nina Kraviz
*Dense & Pika

(*In alphabetical order)

The Site

Boston Manor Park immediately presents the contrasts of the capital city. All at once it is both green space and abstract architecture. On approach the site is dominated by the overhead bridge. Powerful lines stream into the distance as the bridge stretches across the park below creating a corridor of pillars. Visitors will be drawn into lush parkland and woodlands, then onward, down the length of the avenue ahead, crossing a bridge over a small moat and onto an island upon which the mainstage will sit, cocooned amongst concrete and trees with water on all sides.

Contrasting with the brutalist aesthetic of the Drumcode stage, the site’s natural beauty is truly revealed when you see the location of The Hydra and Closer stages. Enclosed by a tree line and linked to the bridge area through a series of winding woodland paths, step down into an inviting open field where LWE will be creating an array of beautiful bars, interesting art and a delicious food area.

Each of the stages will provide a unique and different atmosphere, all are covered so you can enjoy the music and not worry about any unreliable British weather!

The message

This summer sees the launch of Junction 2, a new festival for London. At an intriguing, new location. The message is simple - great sound, high-end production, an attention to detail, no short sets, no VIP, no plastic tents and like-minded people. Stages hosted by Drumcode and The Hydra alongside LWE’s brand, Closer.

Junction: ‘An act of joining; combining. A place or point where two or more things meet or converge.'


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(Last entry 8pm)


Coach trips are being arranged by outgoing from: Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, Manchester, Portsmouth, Sheffield, and Southampton.

DJ Yoda..Up On The Roof
Sunday May 15th
3pm - 12am
@ The Prince of Wales

467-469 Brixton Road, SW9 8HH

DJ Yoda
Mr Shiver & Si Kurrage
Get Down Sounds
+more TBC


Duncan Beiny aka DJ Yoda is no ordinary scratch DJ. His seminal How To Cut & Paste series showcased a tongue-in-cheek mixing style that prompted Q Magazine to declare him “one of the ten DJs to see before you die”, whilst Hip Hop Connection voted him “one of the top three DJs in the world”.

From hip-hop beginnings, DJ Yoda has evolved in the past ten years, using his turntable skills and diverse influences as varied as Funk, B-more, Kuduro, Reggae, Drum ‘n’ Bass and even Big Band Swing and Country & Western to make no holds barred party music. In support comes Soulection's own Hannah Faith.

His most recent collaboration album ‘Breakfast of Champions’ has recently been released to an excellent critical response. With help from vocalists Sparkz and Truthos Mufasa from The Mouse Outfit, beatboxer & producer extraordinaire Shlomo and rising wordsmith Rex Domino.

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Flashback to when Agent! hit The Steelyard last year....

Tune in -  Agent! | Southside Berlin | Podcast #89 … podcast-89


Republic Artists 8th Anniversary
Boat Party w/ Agent (desolat / cocoon / berlin)
& The Egg Afterparty w/ Extrawelt live, Ambivalent, Just Her + more tba


BOAT PARTY (2 FLOORS): Agent! Cocoon / Desolat / Berlin), Boletz, Ticau b2b Manuel Alicante, Fabrizio Maselli, Digital Mike, Ludwig Spatz, Robert Heinrich, Sendlak, Dumi

EGG ROOM ONE: Extrawelt (live), Ambivalent, Just Her, Venice Calypso, Rödor

EGG ROOM TWO - Holotropia, Photonz, Violet (UK), Joe Roberts

EGG ROOM THREE - Republic Artists, Agent, Nick Elia, Thomas Tesla, Filipp, Arthur Keen, Alex Luckystrike b2b Ralph Kayden, Connor Turner b2b Connor White
► Heading up the proceedings on the boat will be none other than Berlin's AGENT!, who has rocked floors across the globe, from Tresor, Tokyo's Womb, Cocoon Club Frankfurt to our very own Fabric. His Desolat release was featured on Fabric 62 mixed by DJ Sneak, and his remix for Anne Clark 'Work It' has been released on Moon Harbour - a collaboration with his buddies, Vito & Danito and Zokhi & Rooz Lee, which hit #3 in the Techhouse category of the Beatport charts. On top of that "Dopeman", his single on Cocoon Recordings has smashed all charts and clubs worldwide.
Nick Elia, Roland UK artist has been a regular aficionado on London’s club scene, since the mid 2000s, with performances at venues Egg, Lightbox, Ministry of Sound, Area or Crucifix Lane to name a few. His productions have been supported by Paco Osuna, Spartaque, Tiga, B.Traits, Cevin Fisher, Kiss FM, Daniel Bortz, Colin Dale and Dubspeeka among others and a critically acclaimed record ‘Glue’ was featured on BBC Radio 1 by DJ/presenter Hannah Wants.
Arthur Keen Polish dj, producer and live performer has released around 100 original tracks and remixes. Rework of Nikola Gala’s track “Mid Meld” as well as EP The Door with stellar remixes from Berlin’s Agent! and Polish duo Duss, both released on Republic Artists Records have been aired and played around the world by Sacha, Laurent Garnier and other respected artists. His latest EP "Blend" has received support from Pig & Dan, Robert Babicz, Richy Ahmed, Paul Ritch, Lonya, Arjun Vagale , Siopis, Oscar G, or Kaiserdisco.
► Republic Artists Records boss Thomas Tesla has rocked floors from MoS, Egg London, Amnesia Ibiza to Tresor Berlin, has released music on Tanztone Records, Wasabi Generals and Republic Artists will be also in attendance to supply the beats.

The 16-hour musical journey from House to Techno will start on the Golden Jubilee boat, leaving from Temple Pier at 6:00pm, and as usual, there will be a kicking after-party as well. This time at our favorite club Egg London

Please note all boat tickets holders gain free entry to after party before 1AM


3:00PM – 6:00PM Pre-Drink at Bar&Co.
Your ticket will be exchanged for a wristband that is valid for entry to the boat party and re-entry to The Egg

6:00PM - Boarding

6:30PM –10:30PM Boat party | boat departs at 6:30PM from Temple Pier!
10:30PM - Temple Pier Disembark
11:00PM – 10:00AM After Party at The Egg

No ID = no entry policy

Boat - Golden Jubilee
Time and again CPBS flagship vessel the Golden Jubilee has proven herself to be one of the most popular party boats on the River Thames. Fitted and maintained to a high standard, with two spacious decks, a bar on each level, and an extensive sundeck!

Embark Location & Pre-Party address
Temple Pier
Victoria Embankment, WC2R 2PN
Nearest Tube: Temple

Disembark Location
Temple Pier
Victoria Embankment, WC2R 2PN
Nearest Tube: Temple

Egg London
200 York Way
London N79AX

Republic Artists having been throwing parties in London since 2007. Republic Artists Records was born in 2014 to present the sound of those parties to the rest of the world.

[RA001] Jacob B – Mushrooming EP
[RA002] Arthur Keen, Agent!, Duss – The Door EP
[RA003] Saytek – Challenging Behaviour EP
[RA004] Nick Elia, Elek-Fun - Exit Velocity EP
[RA005] Nikola Gala, Jacob B, Nick Elia, Arthur Keen, Thomas Tesla - Mind Meld EP
[RA006] Jacob B - Sruba EP
[RA007] Arthur Keen - Blend EP
[RA008] Mr. Dello, Nick Elia, Medhat, Thomas Tesla - Atacama EP

Our music has been supported and played by Slam, Siopis, Sasha, Stacey Pullen, Laurent Garnier, Kaiserdisco, Monika Kruse, Bill Patrick, Betoko, Adam Beyer, Marco Carolla, Paco Osuna, Danny Tenaglia, Dubfire, Pirupa, Detlef, Psycatron, Technasia, Sante, Daniel Bortz, Denite, DJ T, Chris Fortier, Saytek, Agent!, Andrew Grant, Randal Jones, Pezzner, Cevin Fisher, Lonya, Horatio, Nikko. Z, Hannah Wants, Stephan Hinz, Roger Sanchez, David Scuba, Karotte, Max Graham, Danny Daze, Ben Mono, Amine Edge, Riva Star, Melokolektiv and many more

Get Diverted Opening Party
at The Prince of Wales
Friday 25 March 2016
17:00 - 05:00

A Guy Called Gerald
Mr C
Radioactive Man
Rob Alldritt
Russell Wayne

Samantha Blackburn
Elijah Collins

Marsham & Patrick Cresswell
Liam D
Donna Love & Killed Kassette
Jordan Brown

Get Diverted’s customary opening party this year brings acid house pioneer A Guy Called Gerald alongside Superfreq’s Mr C. We look forward to bringing you another excellent programme of terrace parties in our 8th year on the Brixton Roof Top!

Our first headliner, A Guy Called Gerald pretty much kick-started UK acid house with his ’88 Hacienda classic ‘Voodoo Ray’ and ‘Pacific State‘ (he was one of the founding members of 808 State) – gatecrashing the charts in the process – and went on to lay down the blueprint for jungle music - and has since continued his role as one of the UK’s most dedicated producers. On top of releases on seminal labels like Perlon, Sender, !K7 and Beatstreet over the past 10 years, GCG released his 9th album ‘Tronic Jazz: The Berlin Sessions’ last year on specialist Berlin label Laboratory Instinct. We welcome one of dance music’s most unassuming heroes to take us way back to a time when US imports were streaming into the underground record stores in Manchester.

Alongside Gerald we are excited to have the return of Mr C to Get Diverted. International DJ, innovative producer, founder of Superfreq, Plink Plonk, End Recordings, The Shamen frontman and co owner of The End, Mr C emerged as a pioneering force in the house music scene in 1987 and has continued to be instrumental in the proliferation of dance music on a global scale. Starting off as an MC in London’s clubs at the age of 16, he then hooked up with Colin Faver and Eddie Richards to become the resident rapper at Camden Palace. This inspired Richard to become a DJ, playing his beloved house and techno at some of London most infamous parties including Fantasy, Release and Harmony alongside holding down a weekly radio show called Future Music on Kiss FM.

In 1995 Richard opened the legendary nightclub The End, with Layo Paskin, he is also the founder and owner of Plink Plonk records and promoter of the hedonistic Superfreq parties which operate globally. He remains very current on the production front with recent releases on Berlin label Get Physical. Now residing in LA, Mr C’s London gigs are now less frequent, which makes his Good Friday appearance even more special.

Radioactive Man completes our trio of headliners playing a live set in the club room. He is a cult DJ that skirts the vanguards of rave culture and as a live act he’s performed in many stand out situations. This includes a residency at Bloc festival, regular sessions at London home from home fabric as well as international festival and club dates – a highlight being at Sonar in front of 8000 international music fans before Jeff Mills and Mad Mike. His resilience to stick with a full hardware set up is guarantees that his trademark warmth and personality envelopes the crowd making the best outlet for his raw machine funk sound.

We also welcome back our resident Samantha Blackburn, having spent last summer in South Africa, alongside Elijah Collins, Russell Wayne, Rob Alldritt and more in the Boudoir!

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12:00pm – 10:30pm
Tobacco Dock

Carl Cox – Great Gallery
Seth Troxler – Car Park
Joris Voorn – Little Gallery

We are excited to announce Carl Cox, Seth Troxler and Joris Voorn as our room hosts at Tobacco Dock for SIDEXSIDE. They will invite selected guests to join them and play side by side in a series of pairings that’ll excite, challenge and inspire…

With an entire night as their blank canvas, the DJs have time to push boundaries, and dig deeper into their record collections. Expect forgotten classics, hidden treasures and guilty pleasures.


VIP tickets include:
- Fast track entry
- VIP rooms with comfy sofas and bean bags
- VIP cash bar with cocktails, champagne & premium spirits
- VIP lockers / cloakroom
- VIP toilets


PLEASE NOTE: Last Entry to Tobacco Dock is 8pm

Bonobo presents... OUTLIER
Tobacco Dock London
12th March
12:00pm - 10:30pm

(Last entry 8pm)


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New international event series - Outlier - curated and headlined by Bonobo has assembled a genre-defying programme of music from some of the industries most innovative talents:

Maya Jane Coles who will play as both herself and her darker alias, Nocturnal Sunshine. Continuing the theme of bass-leaning pseudonyms, Paul Woolford will also make an appearance as Special Request.

Joining the already stellar lineup is a man who needs little introduction: head-honcho of Worldwide and Bronswood Recordings, Gilles Peterson. After a game-changing year in 2015, George FitzGerald will also join ranks, with experimental producer Lapalux and Erased Tapes duo Kiasmos adding to the event's live music offering.

You will also be able to enjoy Alex Smoke, who has his next album 'Love Over Will' set to drop on R&S on January 22nd, as well as Lone and enigmatic producer Romare. Other guests include Throwing Snow, Trevino, Glenn Astro and Hodge, with more still to be added to the landmark launch party.

Tickets: … J5UXZKsJRA

VIP tickets include:
- Fast track entry
- VIP rooms with comfy sofas and bean bags
- VIP cash bar with cocktails, champagne & premium spirits
- VIP lockers / cloakroom
- VIP toilets

Hot Since 82 - Knee Deep in London
10:00pm – 06:00am
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse

29 Great Suffolk Street
London, SE1 0NS

November saw the best Knee Deep in London yet at Studio Spaces, and looking to crank things up a level for the next one; Hot Since 82 has chosen the famous arches of the Great Suffolk Street Warehouse.

From the immersive clubbing concept TAKEN, to the intimate and industrial surroundings of The Laundry and The Steelyard; the vibe of Hot Since 82’s London parties have become a corner stone of London's club scene. With all of these shows selling out many moons in advance, the capital simply can’t get enough of Daley Padley.

This April will be the hottest ticket yet, as Hot Since 82 curates a lineup over 2 rooms in one of London’s most iconic spaces. Teaming up with LWE, this cavernous warehouse venue can be regarded as their spiritual birthplace; and a return is long overdue for them.

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“I can’t wait to play there. NYD is always special; new energy and new plans are made.The vibe is always special and so the music has to be.” Anja Schneider

Enjoy this midweek selection: from ANJA SCHNEIDER on Hunger TV... … -schneider

Check out this great interview with Gilles Peterson via Red Bull … -interview

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Red Bull chat to Fatboy Slim, ahead of the event

'The idea is to create a club where the emphasis is on being slightly stupid without resorting to slapstick' … -interview

We caught up with Maetrik after his set at Drumcode Halloween, in The Great Gallery at Tobacco Dock. He will play under his other alias Maceo Plex on New Year’s Day alongside his brand Dream Don’t Sleep. Here are a few words from Eric Estornel on why he loves the venue, the idea behind the concept and why London is where it’s at…

Slide & Get Diverted NYE 2015
with Gilles Peterson & The Reflex

The Prince of Wales, 467 Brixton Road, London, SW9 8HH
Thursday 31 December 2015 / 9pm-6am

Tickets £15 upwards from:

Club //
Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music)
The Reflex
Elijah Collins. Rob Alldritt. Steve Robinson

Boudoir //
Mark Hume. Donna Love. Killed Kasette. Patrick Cresswell. Marsham

Lower Covered Terrace //
Lloyd Evans. MB

After the sell out success of the last year with Gilles Peterson and previous years with Derrick Carter, Todd Terje and Greg Wilson, we welcome back legendary crate digger and BBC 6Music favourite Gilles Peterson to headline our NYE party, alongside edit maestro The Reflex and support across the venue.

Gilles joins us for NYE once again after superb summer 'Up On The Roof' parties over the last four years.

Starting off life as a club DJ, Gilles continues to spin passionately around the world. From Kazakhstan to Hackney, Istanbul, New York, Beijing and beyond … he has always seen himself first and foremost as a selector of discs for the Dance!

The formula for Gilles’ radio shows is a simple one: the finest new music he can lay his hands on…In addition to his BBC 6 Music show, Gilles records a separate weekly Worldwide programme that is syndicated to 8 stations across the globe including France’s avant-garde Radio Nova, VRT StuBru-Belgium, Arrow FM in the Netherlands, CRO Wave- Czech Republic, FM4 in Austria, Radio X and WDR Funkhaus Europa - Germany.

Every year, the musical heroes of the global underground are brought together and honoured at the Worldwide Awards - an annual celebration of the best music from the show that year held in London and hosted by Gilles.

Today, Peterson is at the forefront of his own independent label - Brownswood Recordings.

Regular guest The Reflex supports...Nile Rodgers is a fan. Kid Creole is a fan. Disclosure, Jazzy Jeff, and Joris Voorn are all fans. From house music royalty, Joey Negro, Dimitri from Paris and Mousse T, to the original DJ - remix pioneers John Morales, Greg Wilson, Danny Krivit, and Nicky Siano, all the way to Aeroplane, DJ Marky, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Horse Meat Disco, J.Rocc, Nic Fanciulli, Jazzie B, Cut Killer, Rainer Truby, Acid Arab, Nightmares on Wax… They are all fans of The Reflex.

Fascinated by the remix from an early age, London-based French native Nicolas Laugier, aka The Reflex, takes his cue from the first wave of disco remixers by using only the original sounds from the master tapes (or stems) to breathe new life into soul, pop and disco classics. Imaginative arrangements, boxfresh sonics and intricate editing make The Reflex Revisions rocket fuel for every DJ set.

Support across the venue.


"Above all this a confident and creative DJ reminding us that when done this well, playing good records one after another (sometimes barely mixed together at all) is an artform that will never, ever get tired. Another three hours would have been more than welcome" Crack Magazine … se-goulash

DCR273 - Drumcode Radio Live - Hot Since 82 Studio Mix … studio-mix

Final release tickets on sale now!

LWE’s Favourite Bicep Tracks … cep-tracks

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House Hunting x Ransom Note presents:
Mark Seven - Parkway Mastermix Vol. IV … mix-vol-iv

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LWE NYD 2016
Dream Don’t Sleep
With Maceo Plex
12:00pm – 10:30pm

Tobacco Dock 50 Porter’s Walk, London E1W 2SF

1: Dream, Don’t Sleep
Maceo Plex
Âme (Live)
Gardens Of God
Dino Lenny
Odd Parents

Adam Beyer
Anja Schneider
Enzo Tedeschi
Zoo Look

+More to be announced.

16 frames of images per second creates a moving image, there are 16 bars in a lot of your favourite songs, 16 mm film in your movies and 16bit created the most iconic video game characters. The number 16 is surrounded by creativity, symbolising great change and evolution. Energised by the number, we’re going to make LWE NYD 2016 the best one yet.

The century comes of age hitting the sweet-sixteenth year, so those New Year’s resolutions can wait a little longer. Bringing futuristic production that’s built on inspirations of the past, we’ve selected a line-up that is built around a similar ethos.

Following on from the hype of 2014 & 2015 we’re expecting LWE NYD 2016 to hit a new level for LWE!

Maceo Plex and his Dream Don’t Sleep concept will takeover The Great Gallery with very special guests Âme bringing their remarkable live showcase. We welcome back LWE favourite Anja Schneider who has been our Tobacco Dock resident this year to play an extended set in the car park, no doubt she will create many more of the magic moments that we have come to expect.

Tickets available now from £35.00

VIP tickets include:
- Fast track entry
- VIP rooms with comfy sofas and bean bags
- VIP cash bar with cocktails, champagne & premium spirits
- VIP lockers / cloakroom
- VIP toilets with no queues

Smile High Club brings together pioneers and newcomers alike for a “futuristic and hedonistic journey” via FACT Magazine … smile-high

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Proto with Prins Thomas & Mark Seven
7 November at 22:00–05:00
@ The Prince of Wales, Brixton


Club //

Prins Thomas (4 hrs)
Mark Seven (3 hrs)

Boudoir hosted by Dabble //

Tristan Kelly. Winston Woolwich. Mike Misiu

The guys behind Slide and Get Diverted launch a new brand in November, 'Proto', with Norwegian DJ and producer Prins Thomas alongside the brilliant and underrated Mark Seven. Dabble host the Boudoir. With extended sets from headline acts and interesting programming there is a great buzz surrounding Matt and Rob's new venture.

Prins Thomas is responsible for a swag of the eclectic ‘space-disco’ sounds emanating from his homeland, Norway.

Thomas is producer DJ and remixer, for himself with his own releases, Way back in time, he started playing around as a DJ at a puerile age. Viewing it as an extension of his break-dancing efforts, Thomas began mixing hip hop, electro and the likes of Arthur Baker and Shep Pettibone. He then took up the bass and played in more bands than Norway has trees.

He joined forces with Hans-Peter Lindstrøm in 2003. They both have backgrounds in different Norwegian band projects, ranging from punk to gospel to heavy metal to folk and psychedelia, but they also shared a passion for collecting records and run their own labels Feedelity, Full Pupp and Internasjonal.

Based in Stockholm since the late 1990s, British-born Mark Seven began his obsession with the dance at now vaunted London parties such as Delirium, to a soundtrack of Soul, Funk, and Hip Hop. As Acid House took root in the capital Mark became a regular at the similarly hallowed Future and Shoom and started organizing his own events. His passion for discovery led him to journey to the U.S. and Europe to source vinyl, and has resulted in his own on-line store, JusWax. In Stockholm Mark set up the Black Lodge all-nighters, mix-tapes from which helped to alert the outside world to his knowledge and ability.

Producing since 1991 and running labels since 1992, Mark`s current project, Parkway, is inspired by the sounds he first fell in love with: the explosion of creativity that occurred post-Disco, when electronics became more affordable and the music moved back underground. Names like Paul Simpson, Winston Jones and Boyd Jarvis, Emergency, Streetwise, and Easy Street. Records with Herb “The Pump” Powers etched i and segues of exclusive edits / remixes of unknown-to-all-but-a-few Black music releases of the 1980s. Unsung tracks that fed into a sound that became House. A history, that without people like Mark, would have already been forgotten.

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The Warehouse // Knee Deep in London
Hot Since 82

Black Studio // Get Physical
Roland Leesker

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