SoulBrew 9th Birthday Party
9pm-3.30am Bank Holiday Easter Thursday
21st April 2011

East Village 89 Great Eastern St, EC2A 3HX
(Old Street Tube)

£5 in advance / £8 on the door

Info & tickets: www.soulbrew.com | www.eastvillageclub.co.uk

DJs
Keb Darge (Funk 45s set)
Nick The Record
Kyri R2
Spin Doctor
Andy Bird
Tom Pepper

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Few independent promotions in London have lasted as long as SoulBrew’s eight years and there is one simple secret to their continued success, having fun.

Well known for throwing unpretentious parties taking in all forms of soulful sounds for their ever growing throngs of fun loving dancers SoulBrew residents Spin Doctor & Andy Bird have welcomed an incredible who’s who of DJs including Danny Krivit, Jazzie B, DJ Vadim, The Nextmen, DJ Spinna, Evil Dee & Ashley Beedle to name just a few over the years.

Tonight they have pulled off another stunning line up of talent and vinyl aficionados that is sure to see East Village packed to the rafters again at a great event to kick start your four day weekend!

Taste maker, record player, label owner & London based Scotsman Keb Darge is a leading light in the Deep Funk scene and also runs a record label, ‘Kay-Dee’, with fellow funk aficionado & producer Kenny Dope. He has released several albums of compiled classic deep funk tracks, most notably the ‘Funk Spectrum’ and ‘Keb Darge’s Deep Funkcompilations’, released on BBE Records. Keb Darge is a leading authority on deep funk & soul music of the 60s and 70s and a darn fine DJ. He’ll be joining us and spinning and exclusive funk and soul 45s set.

Joining us in the basement is the man with arguably one of the largest collection of rare disco 12”s in Europe, Nick The Record. A record dealer (hence the moniker) and a simply great DJ it would be nice to run all night and keep him playing!

With local trouble makers Kyri R2 and Tom Pepper on early doors duties, all our DJs will be spinning a great mix of Hip-Hop, Soul, Disco, Deep Funk and essentially whatever the hell else they fancy make sure the crowd is getting truly rocked.