NEON194 celebrates Arthur Baker’s ‘Dance Masters’ Hosted by Ross Allen’s ‘The Meltdown’ Series

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The NEON194 venue  in London’s Piccadilly, marks its first extra-curricular event featuring legendary producer and DJ Arthur Baker. In collaboration with the great Ross Allen the venue will host the launch of Baker’s highly anticipated album, ‘Dance Masters’, on Thursday, July 6th.

The evening will kick off with a special Q&A session hosted by renowned journalist Kate Spicer, offering attendees a glimpse into Baker’s illustrious career. Dance Masters, the second series of the album, highlights Baker’s pivotal role in the evolution of dance music, club culture, and pop culture through a collection of his classic 12″ mixes.

NEON194 is the brainchild of Cymon Eckel – known for venues like XOYO and Forge & Co – and aims to provide a space and dynamic hub for London’s creative community in the once cultural wasteland that became Piccadilly.  The event marks NEON194’s first official cultural gathering and the launch of Ross Allen’s weekly ‘The Meltdown’ series.


To attend this exclusive evening of music and celebration, guests can RSVP to for free entry.

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