Heavenly Jukebox pres
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Saturday 16th October
Heavenly Jukebox presents
WRONGTOM (Big Dada)
Ginglik – 1 Shepherds Bush Green (opposite tube station)
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Wrongtom is a record producer and dj from South London who has just released the brilliant ‘Duppy Writer’ album with Roots Manuva.
Spanning over a decade, Toms career has covered a colourful patchwork of styles from Dancehall to Indie-Pop with the likes of Rockabilly, Dub, Ghettotech and Free Jazz filling the gaps in between. Starting out as a percussionist playing on records for Bob Jones Black On Black label and Kingsize, Tom soon taught himself to produce with some hand-me-down analogue gear and a cracked copy of Cubase, his early productions bridging the gap between new school breaks and old freestyle-electro records.
Somewhere down the line he got tangled in the web of pop music and in no time was touring the land with spiky soul boys Hard-Fi playing seemingly inappropriate records to thousands of indie kids which came to its ilogical conclusion on stage at Wembley Arena as 10,000 perplexed punters listened to a selection of B-More, Shut Up & Dance and Italo House classics. Through Hard-Fi, Tom notched up production credits on a UK number 1 LP and paved the way for his reggae/dub collective Stoneleigh Mountain Rockers, with whom hes worked on projects for Trojan Records, Pama International (featuring 2 Tone luminary Lynval Golding) and now with UK rap legend Roots Manuva.
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The Fragment DJs are the gentlemen behind the excellent blog and clubnight which resides in London’s fashionable Eastend! We’ve tempted them onto to the Central line to bring their bag of party tunes to Shepherd’s Bush for one night only.
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Born out of the Heavenly Recordings label 20 years ago, the Heavenly Jukebox allowed a group of different DJs to mix and match musical styles in the same night; a broad selection of tunes crucial, essential, pop music from the dusty analogue sweet soul sounds to the digital hits of today & tomorrow. If it gets stamped by the bird then it needs to be heard! The capers continues . .
. . . & the venues pretty good too!
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Ace, friendly basement venue Time Out
One of Londons coolest bars The Sunday Times
..a gem of a place Time Out
Among the best spots of any size in the capital londontown.com
Five out of Five viewlondon.co.uk
Voted best bar in Hammersmith and Fulham by myvillage.com
West Londons premier electronic evening angryape.com
A gorgeous bunker bar Time Out
Ginglik is a whirlwind of bohemian expression Itchy London
Not just a super-cool hideaway, this place is also a friendly wonderland londontown.com
A truly unique venue londontown.com
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