Low Life 16th BDAY

Art & Culture

Check R$N exclusive Live podcast from Bill Brewster below in anticipation of Sunday:

They began in Franks house in Harlem, New York City in March 1995 and 16 years later they are still going strong. Low Life is the party offshoot of DJhistorians Frank Broughton and Bill Brewster who call their club nights professional house parties. Ever since they returned to the UK from New York in 1996, they have been roaming about the east end and south London throwing some of the most fun parties in the capital, without ever bothering with much in the way of publicity. Which made DJmags nomination of Low Life as Best Club Night In UK earlier this year as something of a surprise.

For their 16th birthday, Bill and Frank have reunited two of New Yorks greatest DJs, Danny Krivit, the king of the edits whose album for Strut just dropped a few months ago, and Tony Smith, a true disco legend who has only ever played in Europe once and that was at Low Life, too. They are supported Low Life residents Bill Brewster, Michael Cook and Matthew & Jolyon.

Last year they played back to back for nine hours creating an incredible and unique atmosphere and this year promises more of the same.

Low Life presents Bright White

Easter Sunday, April 24th

10pm 6am

Tickets: 15

Dress: White

Tickets from:

DJ History