Warm vs Rhythm section @ Bussey Building


**OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY FOR THE END OF BOLD TENDENCIES 5 **

 
Line-up /
Horse Meat Disco (Strut / K7!)
Tim Goldsworthy (Thee Loving Hand)
Nasty & Mangno (Off Modern)
Bradley Zero (Rhythm Section)
Thristian (NTS / Boiler Room)
Ali Tillett (Warm)
AVB (Dollop)
Myles (Detroit)
plus VERY Special Guests TBA

Warm and Rhythm Section join forces for this very special one-off at Bussey Building in Peckham to round off the Summer and welcome in the Autumn as we see in the close of Bold Tendancies 5 and Frank’s Campari Bar.

Horse Meat Disco has become an institution on both sides of the sexual divide due in large part to its dedication to Disco music in all forms. The brainchild of James Hillard and Jim Stanton via the inspiration of New York nightlife legend Adam Goldstone the idea was to create an alternative party that harped back to the halcyon days of parties like The Loft and The Gallery in New York whilst at the same time adapting it for a London crowd and always looking to the future. The formula proved successful and Sundays at the Eagle have become the place to play for any DJ worth their salt. In the last 12 months the boys have toured the world (again) and released a third highly acclaimed mix CD on Strut. Their first original material will be released later this year!

Tim Goldsworthy is one of the unsung heroes of electronic dance music. Having co-founded the legendary Mo’Wax label in the early 1990’s with UNKLE’s James Lavelle they went on to sign acts such as Air, Luke Vibert, Malcolm Catto, DJ Shadow and DJ Krush to name just a few! After leaving Mo’Wax and London behind he fled to NYC where he set-up yet another hugely influential label; DFA Records w/ LCD Soundsystems’ James Murphy, where he produced ground breaking LP’s for LCD Soundsystem, Hercules & Love Affair and Cut Copy. Having now relocated to Bristol, Tim has been working in the studio with Massive Attack!

Peckham Stalwarts Off Modern formed in late 2008 around their monthly club night and exhibition space in Corsica Studios. Since then, Off Modern has quickly established itself as an influential and significant platform for young artists, musicians, writers and philosophers; promoting grass roots movements in contemporary art, literature and music in the capital. These guys really know how to throw a party and have destroyed dancefloors from Fabric to France, which gives us all themore reason to expect something special from them on home turf. Offmodern.com

Thristian BPM is the beloved presenter & co-founder of Boiler Room as well Morning drive-time Host at NTS Radio. This makes him pretty hot property right now. Boiler Room seem to be taking over the world with shows streaming from London, Berlin, Notting Hill and as far as Poland right into your bedroom, and 10,000 other peoples bedrooms.

A necessary bridge between Rinse and Resonance, NTS Radio is proving to be an unstoppable force of good music, as it steadily becomes the go-to station to hear good sounds all day long. Selector extraordinaire Thristian will be crossing the river to say hi and show us how it’s done. Boilerroom.tv, ntslive.co.uk

Arne Vladimir Blackman (AVB) represents notorious northern party starters dollop. With a line up of guests that reads like an a-z of who’s relevant in the last 7 years, these guys have some pedigree. Setting up shop in Nottingham and recently setting their sights on London, dollop bring with them years of experience and a knack for getting it right with minimum nonsense. dollopdollop.com

Myles arrived in Peckham earlier this year and this Detroit, Michigan native is making his mark on the scene as resident DJ at Bar Story. With a sound influenced by his hometown and an extensive knowledge of its roots, Myles’ got skills to pay the bills, a fellow defender of the faith with Peckham’s very own Bradley Zero.

Bradley Zero can’t write his own blurb but sure knows how to throw a party. Defender of the faith and rhythm section man Bradley zero steps up and throws a party to do Peckham proud.

 

 

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