Porque Podemos - Loosely translates into english as "Because We Can".
Why will we be dancing to the tribal tech, dirty techno and deep house beats being played by carefully selected dj's on this day whilst the clean living majority of our nation settles down to enjoy their roast dinner?, on a day that is traditionaly considered to be a "day of rest" thoughout this country?, in a disused Victorian public convenience?... "Because We Can!".
On 30th Oct 2011 "The Toilet" officially known as Public Life will experience the launch of what is set to raise the bar and set new standards for our capital city's underground clubbing.
From 12 midday you can expect Samantha Blackburn to play an uplifting Tech set incorporating many tribal elements revealing her south African roots, at around 2pm Seb Rumore will up the ante with his downright filthy mix of electronic and Techno beats ready for 4pm when Tim Underbelly will commence, thus taking us on a deep house journey of highs and lows until we close our doors at 6pm.
Accompanying the DJ's and complimenting the magical sounds will be the live beats of in our eyes "the finest percussionist in the land" JAYONDRUMS.
For anyone who is unaware of this venue we would advise that it is small, it is dirty, it is raw, we want to keep our parties the way real people do things, there will be no guest list and no pre sale tickets so to ensure entry arrive early.
Admission Price is at Â£5.00 on the door all day although as this is a launch event we will be offering free entry to the first 20 people to descend the steps into the hole and any underbelly wearing their dog-tags.
Sunday 30th October 2011
midday - 6pm
Public Life, 82a Commercial Street, E1 6LY
Â£5.00 all day