The UK Garage veteran is preparing to headline one of his biggest gigs yet as he takes to the stage of the legendary Brixton Academy to rock the crowd all night long.
When it comes to being a showstopper, no-one come close to DJ EZ who for decades has been one of the most important DJs at the forefront of UK Garage breaking hits on radio, and even making Grime anthems like ‘Oi’ popular In the clubs by working them into his Garage sets simply because of his love for Bass anthems.
EZ mixes everything from Garage, to Deep House hyping up the crowd with guest Garage MC’s whilst turning the DJ Decks upside down with his special edits, and turntable trickery, he’s simply a wizzard in the DJ Booth and having spun at festivals and big events across the world, now he’s ready to headline South London’s Brixton Academy.
All roads are leading to O2 Academy on Saturday 9th April where he’ll be playing some of the biggest anthems loved across London RnB clubs, however as main tickets are sold out via the venue’s box office and ticketweb, you will have to pay extra for resellers tickets available on credited site StubHub, but be quick as there selling fast from £50.
The South London Soul Train is preparing to go ‘choo-choo’ this weekend and music lovers across the capital flock south of the river to soak up the legendary sounds of Norman Jay and other well respected DJs.
All roads are leading to Saturday 2nd April when the South London Soul Train express prepares to take people on a journey through decades of Disco, Funk, Soul, Rare Groove, Motown and more uplifting your mind, body and soul.
This is the perfect way to kick start April with some serious good times vibes courtesy of Norman Jay MBE who will be getting knee deep in the funk, joining him will be JazzHeadChronic spinning some his most treasured rare grooves whilst level 2 will be entertained by Snowboy & Perry Louis dropping th efinest selection of 45s.
Room 3 will be all about Northern Soul with guru Rob Messer & Craig Jamieson dusting off their vinyl collection to keep people dancing all night long like London Grooves Soul Saturdays parties. Tickets are priced between £5 to £13 at the Bussey Building/The CLF Art Café in Peckham so book now and get ready to party hard aboard the Soul Train.
The huge Bank holiday weekend is fast approaching as Easter Celebrations and events are being planned across the capital.
Good Friday will see ravers gathering together at the infamous Egg London to ‘Get Wavy’ as superstar DJs surf there way through some of the biggest Garage anthems across clubland.
Surfs will most definitely be up at the York Way venue not far from Kings Cross where one of the best female Garage MCs Ms Dynamite will be making everyone in the club say ‘Boo’ like her classic Garage anthem. She’ll be joined by DJ Luck & MC Neat whose party classics are always featured across R&B clubs in London town.
Other DJs on the night include Billon who thanks to being supported by the likes of Radio 1 DJs Annie Mac and Skream has been seeing his combination of Garage mixed with House getting play listed by the best DJs on the rave scene.
Tickets are selling fast priced between £15 to £20 so book now and enjoy partying at one of the top super clubs in the city.
There comes a time in a popstar’s life when they’ll either release an album of covers or venture into the world of Swing which certainly worked out well for Robbie Williams back in 2001.
Now Peter Andre is trying his luck, and thanks to the success of his recent appearance on Strictly Come Dancing its seems the ‘Mysterious Girl’ singer played across London Groove parties has been bitten with the Swing bug. Now the pop star is all set to embark on his UK arena and Theatre tour where he’ll be showcasing his new found love of doing the Jive, Waltz, Mambo and more.
Pete wil be doing swing mash ups of his classic hits so for example his 90s anthem ‘Flava’ the lyrics say “If you want to swing let me do my thing and everybody jam with me’ well now he literally will be swinging, and his live band will be jamming with lots of brass sections reviving the sprit of the Rat Pack.
Prepare to hear swing anthems like ‘Come Fly With Me’ and many more when he kick starts the tour on March 8th and headlines at The O2 Arena on Sunday 20th March with tickets priced between £30 to £70 so book now and get ready to party all night.
Black Coffee is one of the most respected names on the Afro House scene, having released such a strong catalogue of music over the years and his success seems to be climbing from strength to strength.
His current album ‘Pieces of Me’ has been keeping the star busy with his world tour as he performs in places such as Mexico, Germany, Japan, France, Italy, Spain, Ireland, USA and many more. His album and gone platinum in South Africa and one of the most popular songs on the project ‘We Dance Again’ has inspired his latest tour.
Thanks to fans posting video’s of themselves dancing to the anthem Coffee’s ‘We Dance Again Challenge’ has become a viral sensation with participants from fans to celebrities and politicians showcasing their moves.
Now London is getting ready to host Black Coffee’s biggest UK gig yet at Electric Britxton over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. We Dance Again London wll be a spiritual experience as his rhythms takeover South London’s popular venue.
Tickets are selling fast priced at £20 and fans can look forward to hearing his classics such as ‘Superman’ played across London Grooves Musiqology parties.
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