The month is May which means the Ibiza party season is about to kick off with out of this world parties and superstar DJs enjoying residencies all over summer untill closing parties in September/October.
Hed Kandi are still one of the most respected party brands with events held around the world and compilation albums constantly in selling on iTunes and popping into those all-important charts.
Sunday 9th May will witness Hed Kandi’s Tropical House event which will start in style with a Boat party cruising across Westminster Pier, with DJs rocking over two decks sailing down the Thames to McQueens Bar and club where it shall dock at midnight for the release party of their Tropical House compilation.
Artists such as Kygo, Alex Adair and Omi are currently riding high in the charts with tropical sounding anthems, so you can expect to hear hits from them plus Bakermat, Zhu, Robin Schulz, Klingande, Lana Del Rey, Jessie Ware and more played across many London parties completing this 2015 summer compilation.
McQueen in Shoreditch is the perfect destination for this album launch party and Ibiza send off providing a luxurious back drop, tasty cocktails and top DJs inclduing KISH, Steve Foyle, Muzz Khan and more with tickets priced at £10 so book now or miss out on anight to remember.
Music lovers will be flocking to the Jazz Café this week for a variety of amazing live shows from the world of Hip hip with 90s stars ONYX rocking the stage, plus the popular Supa Dupa Fly representing old skool R&B and hip hop as heard across many old skull parties in London town as well as at London Grooves Musiqology parties at Yager Bar.
Soul fans are counting down to Saturday night when the powerful Carleen Anderson will be singing anthems from deep within her soul and even sharing unheard music from her archives. This legend is no stranger to performing at the Jazz Café having shared the stage with Gil-Scott Heron, Roy Ayers and Courtney Pine in 1998.
Now the singer is returning with a special show celebrating 25 years of The Jazz Café plus it’s the day before her own birthday where she will be turning 58 years old and still looking and sounding fabulous. Fans can expect to hear new arrangements of old classics such as ‘Apparently Nothing’ and ‘Listen To Your Mama’, and countless more.
The final batch of tickets are selling fast for Saturday 9th May priced at £24 in advance, and if you’ve never heard Carleen Anderson live then this is a gig you need to attend to experience decades of timeless soul anthems.
Hip Hop lovers across the capital are counting down the days till one of the best kept secret events taking place beneath grounds of swanky new hotel.
The History of Hip Hop is being brought to Londoners courtesy of the popular hip-hop brand Doctors Orders who are celebrating their 10th anniversary by making every event bigger and better.
Friday 8th May is the date for hip hop lovers diaries when the culture and history of hip hop will be told like a musical story with DJs Ralhonze, Russ Ryan, Mr Thing, CWD and more taking you on a journey like no others can.
The venue is London Edition Basement at 10 Berners Steet, which is a small capacity venue holding an elite 200 people who enjoy the high quakity of the incredible D&B sound system and snazzy lighting rig. Designed by the man behind Studio 54 this hidden gem of a venue has been hosting some of the best hip hop events in the city.
Entry for the History of Hip Hop are is 100% FREE but is strictly GUESTLIST ONLY! So be sure to get your name added and enjoy partying to classic hip hop played across London Groove parties every week in the city from the likes of Doug E Fresh, Run DMC, Kid n Play, Jay Z, Notorious BIG, 2Pac and many more.
Two of the most respected figures in House music are preparing for a back to back set at the legendary Ministry Of Sound next weekend.
All eyes, ears and feet will be focused on the dancefloor as Chicago star Felix Da Housecat, teams up with the New York don Todd Terry on Saturday 9th May. Elephant & Castle will be the destination of legends who have inspired and impacted the sound of electronic dance music today.
EDM maybe slowly climbing down from the dizzy heights of success from the likes of Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Avicii, and Swedish House Mafia saturating the charts, festivals and entire world thanks to the new wave of deep and soulful house sounds.
Today's producers and DJs played across London Groove Musiqology parties at Yager Bar every Saturday such as: Disclosure, Duke Dumont, Second City, Wave & Odyssey, Gorgan City to name only a few might well be guilty of cloning the sounds of 80s and 90s house music, but Felix da Housecat and Todd Terry were part of that very revolution and paved the way.
Today these superstar DJs are veterans in their field who are constantly releasing new music, collaborating with international artists and sharing their stories at music seminars worldwide. Todd Terry will be bringing his infectious New York house sounding beats to the DJ booth whist Felix da Housecat shares his love of electronic supersonic Chicago flavour.
Saturday will be a night to remember with other DJs including Ryan Blyth, Alexis Raphael and Rory Flynn to name only a few spread across the baby box, 103 and the main room box. Tickets are priced at £18 upwards so book now or miss out on this one night extravaganza.
Music lovers across the capital have always showcased a diverse musical palette, welcoming DJs and performers from around the world to share their cultural grooves.
One of the key DJs spreading the roots of Africa’s infectious beats through deep soulful yet very afro house is none other than Black Coffee. His music has had a huge impact on not just the UK house scene but his own local community and some would say the entire country.
Black Coffee became a national icon for South Africa upon the wide spread success of his Soulful Afro House hits ‘Turn Me On’, and ‘Superman’ both of which were big hits dominating radio stations and London parties back in 2009.
During that time UK Funky was the sound causing major waves with likes of Doneao, Fish Go Deep and many more enjoying huge chart success, and the scene here in the UK was more than happy to welcome the classy sounds of Black Coffee. His DJ sets have always attracted huge crowds spread across generations from mid 20s to early 40s. Prepare to let the deep house stylings of this South African native transport your mind to a beach in Ibiza along with guest DJs Eric Volta, Sisterhood, and Steve 86 at XOYO in Shoreditch on Friday 8th May.
Tickets are priced at £13.50 so book now or miss out on a great night of groovy house beats spread across two rooms of the popular East London nightclub. The sound system, lighting and tasty drinks will certainly have you partying all night long.
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