Saturday 2nd February – Techliks
Cutting edge electronica, techno, acid, disco, dubstep, esoteric classics
Cost: Full Members free / P.A.Y.G. Members & Guests £6 before 10pm, £8 after
Tickets: On the door
In this truly unique venue, lovingly converted Victorian public convenience originally built for the 1908 London Olympics, you will find one of the friendliest and most welcoming club nights in the capital. Tonight you’ll be treated to cutting edge electronica and techno with flashes of acid, disco, dubstep, old skool and esoteric classics from down the years. Dance music that keeps it real… a true underground night in West London.
Blissful, soulful, pulsating, sometimes cheeky, never without a surprise and consistently brilliant, DJ Stayhome has been cutting a steady swathe across London’s electronica scene for the past 12 years. Spend a couple of hours with him and you’re likely to hear anything from crunchy melodic hip hop through minimal techno and out the other side to heavier elements of dubstep. If you like your tracks cooked up with interesting rhythms and a whole lot of bass, you can count on finding them in his sets.
Running the gamut from deep to dirty to dubby and everything in between, doctorjuggles cut his teeth on London’s funky/nu-skool breakbeat scene of the late nineties and early noughties, moving through the dance music scene to experience the full range of sounds before falling in love with the deeper and techier beats which now pepper his sets. In spite of mastering the art in the digital age, doctorjuggles is a vinyl DJ, holding dear the sound and feel of this art and honing it to create soundscapes designed to move and inspire the dancefloor. The good doctor will see you now.