LONDON! So you might remember us telling you about the last Jackmode party back in November, and as it was such a success, Jackmode has decided to team up with Pelski at Counter Culture once again for round 2 this December. Congruent to the last party, Jackmode will be holding down Room 1 and Pelski will take charge of Room 2, creating a delightful dichotomy of music for the night. See below for details + tunage.
Zombie Disco Squad (Sound Pellegrino / Mad Decent)
Oliver $ (Grand Petrol / Made To Play)
Dick Von Stein (Counter Culture)
Mr. Solid Gold & Park Ranger (Troublevision)
Pardon My French DJ’s (Club Cosmique / Kiss FM)
Charles Darkly (Pelski)
7-9 Crucifix Lane
London, United Kingdom
Tube Station: London Bridge
Sat 18th December
11pm – 6am
One day until Thanksgiving and I am thoroughly excited to grub on the giant 22 pound, free range turkey that my mom purchased from some awesome grocery store in Memphis. Anyway, I hope that all you dirty dancers have an amazing Thanksgiving tomorrow and travel safe to wherever you may. After you awaken out of your Tryptophan food comas on Friday afternoon, make sure you come on by the Avalon to dance off your excessive caloric intake as Made To Play frontman, Jesse Rose, will be on the 1′s + 2′s along with Boys Noize Records‘ D.I.M., who pretty much epitomizes the quintessential dirty dancer’s set with a vast amassment of banging techno and reverberating electro. ///BONES will also be holding down the closing set so make sure you hang around to catch his epic latenight choons.
Please RSVP names to firstname.lastname@example.org to be on our discount ticket guestlist for the evening. Please have all names in by 5:30pm Friday night.
21+: $10 before 11pm
18+: $15 before 11pm
Oldie but goodie. I just love the Made To Play sound.
LDN This Saturday our pals at Pelski are throwing a mammoth night at Counter Culture underneath London Bridge in association with Jackmode. With a lineup that reads like a tropical fairytale and two of the most bumping soundsystems in London, where else would you be?
our neighbors to the north, MAD KIDS, have just come out with a new production and a couple great remixes as well. ‘capoeira no se’ gives me this image of dancing around a tribal fire with a whistle in my mouth. don’t ask me why. anyways, the guys from montreal have also remixed a couple of winky wonky tracks by Lorcan Mak and Zombie Disco Squad which you should have a go at. enjoy the weekend.
also, if you didn’t catch our last posts on these guys, get them here and here.