Disco Heat – Friday 6th December
At The Prince of Wales, Brixton
The expanding homelessness crisis, more apparent than ever on the streets of London, is an indication that we all need to come together to do our bit.
He has been doing his do for decades and is one of the most in demand names in the game for good reason.
Then comes Faze Action, who have long been lighting up the disco landscape with their cosmic live shows and boogie basslines, fusing together all styles of disco old and new into fantastic soundtracks that span the eras.
Add in Alfresco presents Logan Fisher & 7″s of bliss, Jay Carder, Size Doesn’t Matter, Linden C (Mi-Soul) and Gerrardo and you have every part of the disco spectrum covered in style.
It’s a stylish venue for a humble party hosted by in the know brands such as London Disco Society, a collective of disco devotees and highly regarded selectors who bring plenty of knowledge and passion, Up On The Roof who are famed for their rooftop parties with a diverse fusion of everything from soul & disco to house & hip-hop, and Brixton Disco Festival who celebrate the birthday of the genre each year in April with an always raucous get together.
Joining them is Mi Soul Radio – the biggest and best radio station for lovers of soul, disco, funk, dance, house, garage, reggae, hip hop and all things in between and has been since it was founded by the original founders of KissFM in 2011.
Finally, Alfresco Festival, the cultural party for all the family that brings underground acts to a boutique location in the woods will also be providing beats on the night.
This is a great cause at a great location with a great soundtrack, so get involved. Tickets are £5 at www.residentadvisor.net
Plus partnering support from:
Up On The Roof – Brixton Disco Festival
Mi-Soul Radio – Alfresco Festival – Disco Disco
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