Alex Picone (Cadenza), Robin Ordell (Half Baked), J Nelson, Peter Glasspool, Leroy Roberts
launches on Sat 4th Feb, bringing artists such as Margaret Dygas, Kozo & Cezar Anthony Collins and Cadenza’s Alex Picone to the venue. The team behind [moh-teef] felt that there was a gap in London’s nightlife for a quality, underground weekly house night – and wanted to provide a party where house heads can drop by, regardless of who’s playing, and know they’ll be friendly faces and a great soundtrack. The ethos behind [moh-teef] is to provide an intimate, friendly vibe where residents are joined by one or two guests each week – with a mix of more established names alongside hot new talent.
[moh-teef] - A central theme, a recurring subject, or an idea, especially in musical, literary, or artistic work
***********PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A TICKETS & GUEST LIST ONLY PARTY***********
email for guest list............... firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited £10 advance tickets from Resident Advisor (any time entry)
Please note if you have purchased a ticket you must still email your name to the guest list
On the door price
£10 before 1am
£12 after 1am
Please note : Id required No ID no entry
Introducing Relay… Cable’s new sister venue
Relay is the brand new sister venue for Cable – created out of the space that was previously Cable’s mysterious 3rd room, Relay is now a standalone venue in its own right, with a program of events that will run parallel to the parties at Cable next door. Having expanded into another arch at the back of Cable, the new space is larger, with a new seating area away from the dancefloor, new bar, cloakroom, and some shiny new toilets. In addition, Relay is being kitted out with a spanking new Nova soundsystem especially configured for the new space - bringing it up to the same world class standard as Cable’s main room. The lighting rig will be totally overhauled, with low hanging lights adding to the intimate atmosphere, and new LEDs across all the walls creating an ever changing sheet of colours. At the same time, the exposed brickwork and historic and atmospheric feel created by the railway arches remains.