Enter the vinyl palace and spend an evening with the royalty and nobility of Record Club!
Kneel before BB King, bow before Queen, meet Prince and Lady Gaga, not to mention Duke Ellington and Earl Scruggs, or even the Duke of Earl.
The Lords and Ladies of Record Club are waiting for all your royalty and nobility themed vinyl to be played at The Triangle.
As with all Record Club nights, you can be as wild and wacky as you like with your records – Queen of Soul, the King of Rock n Roll, Kaisers or Emperors anyone?
After a short set by one of our Record Club noblemen, it’s an evening of free play, so bring your noble vinyl and get it on the decks.
Of course beer, cider and all manner of excellent drinks to satisfy the most discerning palate are available to purchase at The Triangle, and tasty – and free – Indian snacks are served courtesy of the Record Club.
The decks start spinning at 8pm, carriages at 11.30pm (ish). It’s certain to be a right royal knees-up. Arise, Sir Duke!
This month we are delighted to join the fringe programme of the Shipley Street Arts Festival, celebrating the best in national and regional street performers and musicians. And a massive inflatable whale, apparently. They have a watery theme this year so we couldn’t resist doing the same ourselves. Continue reading H2Ohhh!! 27th June 2015
For this event the reins were handed over to Rob for a 12″ Singles night. He had a great response from people offering to bring records along, and Rob put together a great playlist, which he kept secret until the night. He teased us before hand with this;
“You can expect to hear tracks from the following:
Burial, Aphex Twin, Frankie GTH, Future Sound of London, Baby Ford, Grandmaster Flash, ABC, S Express, Happy Mondays, Stone Roses, My Bloody Valentine, Yello, Kraftwerk, Orbital, New Order, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Roxy Music, The Mission, Bauhaus, DJ Shadow and (as they say) much much more! And maybe even the Thompson Twins.”
During the evening there was time for a free-play section, where those that had brough their own stuff along got to play it.
More about this event on Facebook, and Twitter (@therecordclub or @robfprior, or#rcjan14).
I guess the biggest selling 12″ single of all time had to feture in our 12″ singles event at some point…