Long serving representatives of the disco scene Pete Herbert (Maxi Discs) and Johnny 'Chingas' Hiller (Lasermagnetic/Tropical Spacemachine) continue to join forces bringing their good time sound to the CAMP (James Priestley's new joint) for the first time.
The Spacemachine, a party spin-off 'J.Chingas' Tropical Spacemachine' fortnightly radio show on deepfrequency.com takes a more leftfield direction musically speaking, so expect anything from krautrock, different shades of disco and exotica through to early 90s NYC house vibes and beyond.
Following previous sessions with the Idjut Boys, Phoreski, Bad Passion & Toby Tobias, the chaps are joined by Mo Morris from A Mountain Of One this time around. Mister Morris has promised to bring down a selection of records that have influenced the making of his new LP 'Institute Of Joy'.
Catch the 'A Mountain Of One' live showcase at Rough Trade his Saturday, the 5th from 7pm!
You are advised to get there early, as there are ltd. spaces and entry is on a first come first served basis.
The City Arts & Music Project (The CAMP) is a temporary space located on City Road, Shoreditch London, which is the perfect backdrop for a fun filled Saturday evening alternative bar vibe. Taking over the site of a former Chinese restaurant and operating as a café during the day / bar at night, it's committed to a progressive Arts & Music program. Armed with a Martin Audio soundsystem, a focused calendar of DJs & party crews and Contemporary Arts series, The CAMP aims to provide a breath of fresh air for Shoreditch.
The event is free.