Friday sees Gutterslut’s Nic Fisher join us for the Totally Fetch: Fringe! Vs Mean Girls official afterparty, alongside Hannah Holland, Duchess Of Pork, Kostakis, John Sizzle and Vangelis & Tareq. And to get us in the mood, the lovely Nic made us this totally fetch mixtape which we’ll be alternating between that and re-watching Mean Girls so we’re fully armed with every imaginable (and amazing) line ready for the quote-a-long tomorrow night at the Rio Cinema. Make sure you get your ticket from the Rio’s website!
1. Round Table Knights – So Good (Teenage Mutants Remix)
With Fringe! Film Festival kicking off around East London tonight, we caught up with organiser Alexander to find out a bit more about their party here next weekend. On the day of the party, Fringe will be hosting a quote-a-long screening of cult teen classic Mean Girls at our wonderful neighbours The Rio cinema, followed by a HUGE afterparty right here at Superstore! Hannah Holland, Nic Fisher (Gutterslut), John Sizzle, Duchess Of Pork and Kostakis will all be raiding their record boxes for fabulous tunes for dancing to. Way better than prom anyway.
For your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Mean Girls and for free entrance to the afterparty, email the correct answer to the following question to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Totally Fetch!” by 10am Tuesday 9th April to be entered into our prize draw.
Who wrote the screenplay to Mean Girls? Is it…
a. Tina Fey
b. Tina Gay
c. Tina Hey!
Ahead of both the screening and the afterparty, we asked Alexander to pick his top five Mean Girls quotes and why he loves them…
Never has feminism been brought to the point so succinctly as by Gretchen Wieners…
All you ever needed to know about sexual health, pregnancy and death by intercourse, as explained by Coach Carr.
Regina George, as seen by her adoring schoolmates. The pretty face of bullying gets away with just about anything. Never has having your face punched been so awesome.
I love Gretchen Wieners and it was hard to choose between Gretchen cracking and Gretchen being really sorry that she’s so popular. But it had to be the latter.
There’s so many good things about this clip I don’t even know where to start. Being half a virgin? Regina’s all carb diet? No, it’s most definitely Karen’s psychic powers. It’s really helpful being clairvoyant.
We’re extremely honoured to announce that Jim Warboy and his hugely influential night SOS will be joining us here at Dalston Superstore in its brand new monthly home. Ahead of the relaunch at the beginning of March, we caught up with Warboy to speak to him about his illustrious past shaping London’s clubland over the last decade and what’s in store for SOS’s future. And he’s even dropped this HOT HOT mix on us! To say we’re excited is not quite cutting it…
In your years of running amazing clubnights, how have you seen the east London scene evolve and what would you personally want to further alter?
The East End scene has exploded over the past 10 years. I know a lot of people moan about the East End and the ‘hipsters’ but I actually think it’s still a very exciting place to be. There’s a lot going on and if you look around there are so many great people to meet. Of course, I get irritated by the way it’s seen as a new territory or market by some businesses but as long as people continues to celebrate the diversity that made it special in the first place then there should still be something for everyone.
One thing that gets on my tits is the amount of parties on offer being run by promoters who end up mimicking other nights that they consider successful or popular. I always encourage all budding promoters or partymakers I work with to stir things up more. Kick ideas around, throw different elements into the pot and then give a good shake. In my experience that’s what generates new and exciting ideas. Risks need to be taken at some point. It’s not always easy but it’s definitely worth it in the long run.
Which of your previous nights do you feel had the biggest cultural impact?
This is like asking a parent which one is their favourite child.
Over the past 9 years I’ve been lucky enough to work with some great people like Matthew Glamorre on Kash Point, K-tron on All You Can Eat, Leo Belicha on Caligula, Laurence Malice on Heroes, plus the team at SOS. These different partnerships have helped each night create some level of impact but probably in different ways.
It’s not an easy thing to measure but one under-estimated impact of all of club nights is that they’re often a place where people meet for the first time, forging out new friendships and working relationships, which often go on to influence culture in music, art and fashion for years to come. I’ve seen that happen time and time again.
Clubland has a lineage which is like a baton being passed on from one generation to the next. We are all part of an ongoing cultural impact, providing we keep developing and nurturing ideas that will be adopted, mutated and hopefully replaced by the next generation.
Do you miss any of the defunct ones?
I miss all the nights I’ve been involved with, but I see each one as a part of my overall experience that I then carry forward to the next one so that tends to stop me getting too sentimental.
What’s the most insane or elaborate outfit you’ve ever spotted whilst DJing?
I’ve seen such a plethora of outlandish outfits, but what’s more interesting is that almost every venue I’ve ever been in was more shocked by nudity than any whacky outfit. When I’ve had naked performers, or the occasional partygoer, I’ve had to intervene with security and management to stop somebody being thrown out or forced to get some clothes on simply because they’re starkers. One person naked in a room can create a stronger reaction than the wildest outfit. I just don’t get that. I mean we’re bloody born naked. What’s so outrageous about that!
Tell us a tale from the craziest SOS party you ever had…
Some of the earliest SOS parties at Old Rehearsal Studios in Kingsland Road were pretty trippy. We’d spend a couple of days setting it all up with a catwalk in the main railway arch for the Voguers, a pop-up beach café, a Bedouin chillout with incense, candles and fresh fruit, plus a polysexual porn cinema and a very dark backroom. What happened in there shall remain a secret!
Why is it time to bring back electroclash?
Scottee and I had spoken a year ago about creating a retroclash party and the move to Superstore now seemed like the perfect opportunity to try it out. We want to shake things up a bit and create something uplifting in the upstairs bar but experiment with an alternative to the pop/commercial rooms at a lot of parties nowadays. Electroclash is definitely fun and it embraces the performance and DIY aesthetic we’ve always encouraged at SOS.
The plan is to kick the night off with some older electroclash faves and then mix it up with newer experimental dance music later on. Put Peaches next to Zebra Katz and there’s something that holds them together. Ultimately, we’re going to play around with it, aim to keep it exciting, and have some fun. For those that want a deeper, housier vibe we’ve always got the basement.
What’s a quintessential SOS track?
It’s hard to pick one out. Ima Read by Zebra Katz holds a special place after their performance at SOS last year. It’s one of those tracks that will work in the housey sets downstairs and the experimental sets upstairs.
Piepke, the artist behind your flyers, has done a brilliant job for this latest one. What’s the thought behind the design?
Working with Piepke is amazing. We seem to share a similar tongue-in-cheek humour and imagination. He’s such a talented artist and always manages to translate any brief whilst completely putting his own spin on it. I think this month’s design perfectly captures our excitement about going to Superstore. The gold bomber jacket is a nod to the addition of the Electroclash room at SOS. What we need now is somebody to actually make us that pimped up trolley so we can hotrod down Kingsland High Street haha.
What’s your fave track or hidden gem we can hear on your latest mix?
DollarInMaPocket by Donewrong is fantastic. It’s about to come out on Hannah Holland and Deboa’s Native City label and is already getting a great response when I play it out.
And finally, what can we expect from the first few SOS parties here at Dalston Superstore?
Save Our Souls record label is about to launch in April so we’ll definitely be incorporating those fresh-off-the-press artists with performances, and DJ sets etc. Overall, you can expect a diverse crowd, fresh ideas, and some seriously good new music played by the freshest newbies on the block and veteran old dogs, like me.
Join Jim for the very first SOS here at Dalston Superstore on Saturday 2nd March from 9pm – 4:30am.
Batty Bass boss Hannah Holland has just sent us the latest offering from the label from New York’s The Carry Nation. With remix offerings from herself, Luke Howard & Severino and Al B, we just know it’s going to get a lot of love within these four walls. Have a listen and check out the official word from Hannah below…
The Batty Bass New York Series showcases some of the legendary talent that serves the city’s underground house scene, ‘This Bitch Is Alive’, as The Carry Nation’s debut tune announced. These artists and tracks are to be heard in secret loft spaces, where voguers carry on and on til sunrise and beyond.
Who lives in a House Like This? New York’s finest… DJ Nita & Will Automagic. They are nothing other than legendary expert DJs and dancefloor magicians , their potent combination as The Carry Nation has literally created dancefloor gold dust. Debuting the incredible ‘This Bitch Is Alive ft. Viva Ruiz’, they carry on to their 2nd release with Batty Bass, ‘House Like This’. Bouncy basslines, congas and a groove that penetrates the dancer to make them werk the floor and ignite the party. ‘Oh it was wonderful, Build your house of the future, House like this’ announces the vocal, giving us The Carry Nation’s own slice of future New York house.
Label boss Hannah Holland’s House Like This remix serves up touches of acid thunder, a pokey baseline and magnetic snare rolls, building the house with an element of UK old skool for a late night deep affair.
London legends, Luke Howard & Severino (half of Horse Meat Disco) have expertly taken This Bitch is Alive into a techy hypnotic bitch of an alive remix. Late night strings, rims, claps and snares march the dancefloor deep into the night.
Al B’s New York flavour for ‘This Bitch Is Alive’ takes us back to the era of Sound Factory with a full on tribal werk out. Al B made this mix back last year and the response on the dancefloor has been nuts , particularly from NYC’s runway ballroom scene kids. It would only be right to spread the love to all the floors!
Founder of hot clubnight SOS Jim Warboy sent us this roughly transcribed conversation he overheard on the number 55 bus. We’ll let him explain who he was listening to…
Jim: A TOWIE looking Vauxho queen talking at the speed of light – on an iPhone5, of course….
“Y’alrite baaybes, just a quickie. Wanted to let you know that I’ve moved. I’m finally an East London Gay! Got myself an amaze place. Huge warehouse. Well I say huge, it’s been split up into loads of little bijou rooms, but you’ll never believe it, – only 800 quid a month. First place I saw and just grabbed it.
I’m sharing with some wicked people – couple of fashion students called Kasumi and Daisybell, a web designer, a photographer and a nutcase artist who makes things from rubbish he finds on the streets. It’s mental. Don’t get a minute’s peace.
I just love, love, LURVE this area. You know when I started coming here last year I was like, WOW, this is so amaze I just HAVE to live here. Let’s face it, the West End is just Sohover and I just had enough of Vauxhole after I saw that G-head collapse on the dancefloor – I mean, not another one!
When you come to visit I swear you’re gonna wanna live here. Everyone’s so cool. Girls hang out with guys. Guys hanging with girls. Yeah, for real! I even saw a girl snogging the beard off some trainwreck bloody tranny the other night. Hilare! So twenty twelve, sister.
Just bought myself a maje new top after I left the gym today. It’s a vest but not like a normal vest right. It’s like really old looking and really cool. Vintage baybee. Fierce. And only 45 quid. Yeah 45! Bargain!
Think I’m gonna wear it to a party my flatmates were talking about. It’s in a disused sewer or something. I know, sounds disgusting but all the best parties round here are in really fucking spesh places. The flyer’s just a black and white pic of this topless guy from an old porn film with a bulge that would make you gag. OMG, love to meet him on Grindr. Dutty, dutty, dutty! There’s even a couple of my fave DJs from Vauxhole playing. It’s all about the underground house, gurlfriend.
Actually, I went to a party the other day and this guy started drinking someone else’s bottle of water and ended up off his head. What a lightweight. GHB virgin babes – what are they like? Teach the bitch for swiping other people drinks. Uh huh, innit.
Did I tell you I’ve stopped waxing my chest? Yeah just shave it short now, au naturel oh el. It looks delish with my tan. Got the idea from one of the fag rags cos the guys looked so hot in the pics with it. Growing a little tache too. Honestly, even me mum wouldn’t recognise me now!
Listen, listen, you’ll never guess what. Remember your birthday when we were really pissed and that guy stole your bag on Charing Cross? I saw him down my road the other day AND I then saw him begging on Kingsland Road that night. Couldn’t believe it. It’s like he’s following me. Spoookeey
Oh baaybes, I feel like I haven’t let you get a word in edgeways. Some things never change. Anyway, gotta dash. It’s my stop. Vauxton.
Join Jim for our Superstore Xmas Party this Friday 14 December from 9pm to late with Hannah Holland, The Lovely Jonjo, Jeffrey Hinton, Charlie Porter and Jacqui Potato.
It was really only a matter of time before the dual juggernaut of Farley & Heller made an appearance at Paris’ Acid Ball. Individually and separately they have both been hugely influential and integral parts of the British dance music scene for many years. We caught up with one half of the duo, Terry Farley, a man who’s definitely no stranger to Dalston Superstore to ask him all about his early Boys Own raves, classic stories from the acid house heyday, Ibiza then and now, and more…
As a born Londoner, what/where is your favourite London hotspot?
I love markets – up the lane (Portobello), Roman Road in the ‘80s was, as they used to say, “ream”, Columbia Road and of course nowadays Broadway market.
What’s the best party you’ve been to so far this year?
Harvey I reckon, closely followed by some nights at East Bloc (especially our Boys Own party).
Why do you think people have been so passionate for so long about house music?
The intense link between the music and the best days (nights) of your life. The chemical reaction as well stays in the subconscious, so as soon as you (well me haha) hears a 4×4 Chicago beat a small rush starts around your toes… likely story.
What is your favourite record that you own?
It changes by the week but today it’s…
Big London club record when kids actually danced together ‘hustle’ style. Tomorrow it will be some reggae record – I’m fickle.
There’s a great story about being inspired to take your first ever E after seeing Danny Rampling for the first time and he dancing to George Kranz Din Daa Daa. How much impact do you think that moment had on your life?
That was at the Rockley Sands weekender run by Nicky Holloway – it was on the cusp of change when the crowd split between the black music purists and the kids who had been to Ibiza and took gear. Danny was doing his Amnesia style dance and Chris Butler and Johnny Walker had sat inside the huge bass bins. Sitting inside speakers was a early Acid House thing. Pics of said Weekender can be laughed at here at faithfanzine.com
Speaking of ways you met people… how did you meet Pete Heller?
He warmed up for Danny at Shoom, played guitar over Danny’s set as well.
If you could climb in a time-machine and go back to any dance floor any era any location, where and when would be setting the dial to?
1975: a true golden age of London clubbing. Punk was starting but without a name, American black dance music was at its innovative and raw best and the standard of dancing in west end clubs was amazing. It was also a time when shop culture was important, you found out what/where and whom at places like ACME, Sex, Johnson and Johnson, Swanky Modes…
What one thing will you always love about Ibiza and what one thing do you wish had never changed?
Putting the roofs on totally fucked things, what was unique and magical turned into normality – a crazy normality but the specialness was lost.
What do I still love…? The fact I’m struggling here tells me something.
If acid house geese and jackin’ cows sum up the Boys Own outdoor parties of the past, what might sum up Boys Own 2013?
Barbour coats and ketamine haha!
You and Pete Heller will be playing the Shoom 25th Anniversary… will you be playing old favourites or new bangers?
Both, but that’s how we play anyway. So much new music by new producers harks back to the early ‘90s so music no longer sounds old or new just good or bad.
You’re no stranger to the Superstore basement! What do you like about playing here?
It reminds me of our clubs used to be in the ‘70s and mid ‘80s, mixture of people, intense atmosphere that is not reliant on drug consumption and I dig the way the staff at the club seem part of a community, part of the night and not a opposing enemy like at bigger venues.
You have a long-standing association with London’s gay scene. Why do you think this is?
When I was a kid THE best west end clubs were either gay or black so if you wanted to be part of that elite side of the soul scene you had to leave any preconceptions at home. I just love a good party and a great crowd, and London’s gay scene has produced so many of my faves over the decades.
What’s your favourite current house night?
I’m working most Saturdays but the ones I’ve enjoyed playing at this year was Guy Williams’ party at East Bloc, Society at DSS on a Thursday with Robert Owens. I also love playing the basement at East Village. If I can hang out, I’m a long-term fan of the secretsundaze crew and I really love the Loft over west down Scrubs Lane.
What do you think has given your career the longevity you’ve enjoyed?
I’m rubbish at anything else.
And finally, who’s been the most interesting or difficult person you’ve ever interviewed for your own site Faith Fanzine?
Miles got told off by Frankie Knuckles after I had hooked up a Skype interview for Faith haha. The best ones are the older DJs who have stuff to say who have lived the life so to speak: Derrick Carter, Lil Louis, Frankie (eventually)… young European deep house DJs want to talk about plug-ins.
As the inimitable Ivan Smagghe is set to play the Halloween party hosted by our disco sisters Trailer Trash and the good ship Bugged Out, we managed to get a moment with the man himself to discuss what Halloween means to him, the roots of his long-standing relationship with Andrew Weatherall and what really scares him.
To really get into the spirit of things, check out this live recording of Ivan playing at our San Francisco friends Honey Soundsystem…
Londoners really get into All Hallows Eve- what’s the best Halloween party you’ve played in terms of effort gone into by promoters and by the crowd themselves?
I must admit I’m not a very big Halloween fan. I think it’s a corporate American thing that’s been imported here. It’s not an English tradition. Or European. It’s a bit of a cashing-in job I think. That said, if you want to have a costume party it doesn’t have to be Halloween. Like Horse Meat Disco. But that’s just their general style of living. It’s not a costume, that’s just the way they are. I think that’s the way to be.
Yeah, Halloween, I don’t mind it, but I wouldn’t put too much into it. If you want to dress up you can dress up any time really.
Do you find the mood different at Halloween events, in terms of reading the crowd and selecting records?
No. Playing records certainly not. If it’s going to be Halloween, it’s always fun if people make more of an effort but it gets into a cycle… there’s Halloween, then there’s Christmas… that whole invasion of things you “have to do”. Do it if you want to do it. I’m French so we do Mardi Gras which is in March/April. 20 years ago Halloween didn’t exist and people were still partying.
You’re playing at Bugged Out/Trailer Trash with Andrew Weatherall- a DJ/producer you’ve often associated with. How did you come to meet?
I was a fan, as were quite a lot of people of my age, but we met quite late actually. We met when I moved to London so about 10 years ago probably. It was quite randomly at a party that I was playing. We’ve got the same booker so that’s how we started playing together and we kinda play similar music. There’s not many people I play joint with… maybe only five or six and he’s one of them. It was a random meeting. Pretty simple. Even though I was a fan I didn’t feel intimidated, he might be intimidating to some people but he’s a gentleman.
You’ve said you have other DJs who you play out with quite a lot, but is Weatherall one you have a particularly close relationship with as you’re so often associated with each other?
It comes from the music I suppose. He’s a bit older than me but we were both listening to other types of music when acid house first happened. And we’ve got our differences, he’s a massive reggae fan and I’m not but it all comes from the fact we’re open minded and not only focussed on electronic music. That makes it work. With other DJs I play with the link is definitely more related to electronic music. We have links outside of music, books for instance. We talk a lot about other things. It’s not only about the music… And probably being moody sometimes. That’s been said about him beforehand and that’s what’s said about me.
What scares you the most?
What scares me the most? Myself. Probably.
And what should more people be scared of?
Not me! That’s a definite no. They shouldn’t be scared of me.
They should be scared of greed.
You recently contributed a remix for and played the Paris launch party for Astro lab’s compilation Treasure Hunting- have you got any more records coming out on the label?
Errr not that I know of. Maybe in the future but not at the moment. I’ve known Laurent (Pastor) for years but I’ve got a lot on at moment.
Anything else you’ve been working on lately- anything for Kill The DJ?
I’ve just finished a remix for Visionquest, Seth Troxler’s label. That should come out very soon. I’ve got a mix coming on Eskimo. But the main thing is really the It’s A Fine Line album on Kill The DJ. Hopefully it should be out before next summer.
Lots of people record under aliases, and Halloween is a time when people get to dress up and pretend to be other than they are. Do you ever wish this was a route you’d followed?
Pretending I’m someone that I’m not? Absolutely not. God, that is so not me. It’s the same thing isn’t it, if you want to do that why would you need Halloween for that? If you want to be someone else just be that person. And that’s it. It’s so complicated just being yourself, if you then had to be someone else… Jesus Christ. No. No.
Ivan Smagghe joins Andrew Weatherall, Waze & Odyssey and Hannah Holland at the Bugged Out + Trailer Trash Halloween House Of Horrors tomorrow night (Saturday 27th October) from 10pm – 6am at Netil House in Hackney. Advanced tickets are now sold out but there are 50 held back for the door- first come first served!
Miss Hannah Holland has kindly shared with us her brand new single, Candy Darling, for her label Batty Bass…. AND in the spirit of Halloween generosity is also giving away for free a copy of her recent Mykki Blanco bootleg! We got the lowdown on both tracks from the lady herself…
What is it about Mykki Blanco’s sound that attracted you to make the bootleg?
He’s one of the most exciting emerging artists around, when Sinden sent me through the beats I was blown away with the downright filthy bass hiphop snarl and had to create it into a 4/4 situation so I could work his attitude into my sets.
What’s the inspiration behind your latest track Candy Darling?
Candy Darling was one of Andy Warhol’s factory superstars, she’s had records made about her, by both Lou Reed and Blondie! An utterly fabulous character; I found some snippets of her speaking and decided to work a sleazy number around it.
And who are Clouded Vision, the remixers?
Clouded Vision are Matt Walsh (Turbo / Bugged Out) and Steve Cook. I’m a huge fan of their music and was honored they made this incredible remix, I LOVE it, it blows the dancefloor apart.
Can we expect to hear either track at Paris’ Acid Ball next weekend?
And any other gems upcoming on your label Batty Bass that we should know about?
Next year we’ll be doing a special New York series from some amazing artists making ferocious beats that are rocking the floors of New York’s underbelly… plus a brand new Ride Commitee ft. Roxy track, which we are completely gagging about! Myself and Dan Beaumont are working on a remix, as well as Batty Bass and PAB favs The Carry Nation.
Catch Hannah Holland at Paris’ Acid Ball next Saturday 3rd November with special guests Farley & Heller and residents Dan Beaumont and DJ Squeaky from 9pm – 3am.
With Summer Rites taking place this try Sunday we called up some of favourite DJs who, by the magic of coincidence and canny booking, are playing in our Superstore tent, to find out their top tunes from the summer that might be making an appearance….
Scissor Sisters - Let’s Have A Kiki (DJ Nita Remix)
The bass is great..super groovy. Nita Aviance put a proper vogue bitch spirit in this remix. He’s been around… he knows.
HANNAH HOLLAND: Terry Farley & Dan Beaumont – Fire
Fire simply does what it says on the tin which is sets dancefloors alight with this genius collaboration.
THE LOVELY JONJO: Disclosure – Control (Joe Goddard remix)
I’ve been playing it over the last month and every time the crowd goes crazy when the bass drops, and people always ask what remix it is which is always good.
JOHN SIZZLE: Hot Chip – Flutes
I’m loving this track. I’ve no idea what it’s all about but I’m feeling it… they’ve really heaped on the melodies and loops and use repetition to really drive a groove. Beautiful, simple lyrics….”One day you might realise that you might need to open your eyes.”
DAN BEAUMONT: Italo Johnson – Untitled (from Italo Johnson #5)
A perfect analogue pumper that always delivers… I would go as far as to say that I am dangerously obsessed with this record. It’s loud and weird and makes people lose their shit.
MIKKI MOST: Tiger & Woods – Gin Nation
A monster remix remix of the classic Imagination track Music And Lights by Tiger & Woods which has had people dancing in fields and tents all summer… perfect for getting the Summer Rites party started!
Join us at the Dalston Superstore tent at Summer Rites festival in Shoreditch Park on Sunday 2nd September from 12:30pm onwards.
We welcome back the wonderful Miss Honey Dijon to headline our debauched Summer Rites afterparty this Sunday! After cavorting about the luscious green surroundings of Shoreditch Park for the festival during the day, join us back in the lazer basement to continue the party.
Not only Miss Dijon will be spinning at the decks, as she’s joined by a special b2b set from Batty Bass duo Hannah Holland and Josh Caffe! Upstairs The Lovely Jonjo, DJ Squeaky and Grizzle aka John Sizzle and A Man To Pet keep the party bumpin’ in the top bar.
Get in the mood (and get over any post-bank-holiday midweek blues!) with this live recording of Honey Dijon last time she graced our decks for Paris’ Acid Ball back in January…
Our special discount tickets for the festival itself our flying out the door so come in and grab one personally for only £15 from behind the bar! It’s no surprise really as we have the fabulous Kim Ann Foxman playing in our very own Superstore tent!
Honey Dijon plays Summer Wrongs this Sunday 2nd September from 9pm – 3am here at Dalston Superstore with Hannah Holland, Josh Caffe, The Lovely Jonjo, DJ Squeaky and Grizzle.
We’ve very pleased to be joining our friends Gutterslut, East Bloc, Vogue Fabrics and more at this year’s Summer Rites festival! Taking place in Shoreditch park on Sunday 2nd September, the main stage features the talents and delights of Jonny Woo’s Gay Bingo, Bright Light Bright Light, Feral Is Kinky, Mutya and…. BOY GEORGE!
Rest assured that even though we’ll be nursing our hangovers from Paris’ Acid Ball here at Superstore the night before, we’ll be out in full force hosting a kick-ass, pumpin’ tent with some of our favourite DJs playing all day, including the incredible KIM ANN FOXMAN!!
Joining her will be Grizzle (John Sizzle and A Man To Pet) DJ Squeaky, Rokk, Mikki Most, Dan Beaumont, The Lovely Jonjo Hannah Holland and Severino.
Tickets are £25 from the Summer Rites website or come into Superstore and pick up one of our discounted tickets at £15 each from behind the bar!