Lostbahnhof Second Annual BBQ
Sunday, 30 May 2010 15:00 - 23:30 BST
Lati Ri Courtyard
London London EC2A 3BE
"Dance culture on the best possible soundsystems" - Metro
We're back for our annual all day BBQ street party on the May Bank Holiday in the heart of Shoreditch. Last year hundreds of you packed the courtyard and the street outside and danced until the speakers literally blew. This year we've got a storming line up and even hotter jerk chicken.
Venue details: http://www.latiri.co.uk
A Very Special Guest
FREE ALL DAY LONG!
A Very Special Guest - 100% confirmed. We're all super excited to get this act who's jetting over from..... I've already said too much.
Red Rack'em - AKA Hot Coins, the DJ who has several well known releases on labels such as Tirk and Untracked. He has the rare talent of being able to play quality sets in several different fields or throw the whole lot together and join the dots. His music is supported by Todd Terje, Kode 9, Yam Who and Prins Thomas and has played at festivals all over the country. ‘Not being able to put a foot wrong right now’ - Gilles Peterson
Heavenly Jukebox - The soundsystem of the legendary Heavenly Recordings label who have been playing records together for the last 20 years. Carl and Danny play the purest cuts of digital to analogue forever Pop & dynamite sounds. Expect rock ‘n’ roll, psychedelic soul, disco, hip hop, reggae, house and techno. "The most bulging record sacks this side of Notting Hill.” - Time Out
Legendary Children - A DJ collective taking music back to where it all began, before super clubs, overpaid superstar DJs and below par pills. Their nights at CAMP are all about the simple things - love, dancing and house music.
Lostbahnhof - A trio of DJs with diverse approaches to music, who have welcomed guests like Tobias Thomas, Nadia Ksaiba, Neville Watson, In Flagranti, Oliver Ho and Mr. Beatnick to their nights over the past few years and whose recent appearances at clubs like Cable mark a new recognition for their work. Veering between Disco, House, Garage, Techno, Dub, Soul and all other manner of surprises, the Lostbahnhof sound always places a focus on the audiences they play to.