It's the follow up event to the hugely successful party with A Skillz in November 2021, and will be supported by local DJs Murray Watson, Tom Barrett and Eclectic Ballroom.
Since forming in 2012 The Allergies have made it their mission to reshape funky vintage sounds for the modern dancefloor.
DJ Moneyshot & Rackabeat first bonded over their love of classic hip-hop and beats, then decided to pool their knowledge and skills into making their own music.
“We like breaks, funky basslines, horns, and dancefloor grooves. We’re inspired by the golden eras of funk, soul, disco and hip-hop, and we try and cram that into three and a half minutes”.
Along the way they’ve racked up two ‘Tune of the Month’ awards in Mixmag, topped download charts, and helped headline the BBC6 Music festival in their native Bristol last year.
The Allergies’ second album Push On charged up the UK’s official indie album charts on its debut and became album of the week on Juno. The singles started racking up serious plays on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2 in the UK as well as across Europe, with a second 6Music ‘Album of The Day’ and a coveted ‘Album of the Year’ award to crown things off in 2017.
After breaking onto the scene with a Mixmag ‘Tune of the Month’, The Allergies (DJ Moneyshot and Rackabeat) continued in their mission to bring re-fuelled funk and feel good hip-hop to the masses.
The three LPs that followed, on Brighton’s Jalapeno Records, were sonic steps forward for the pair, winning them die-hard fans and BBC 6 Music ‘Album of the Day’ and ‘Album of the Year’ awards along the way.
With each successive release they found strength in numbers, with the duo forming a crack team of vocalists, rappers, and musicians around them, fleshing out their sound. Andy Cooper, of underground LA rap legends Ugly Duckling, became their powerhouse front man. Soul-sensation Marietta Smith, the deadly diva. And Dub FX’s sax star Mr. Woodnote, their master of the badass brass.
Madame Electrifie is the alter ego of breaks/electro/techno DJ Little Jo.
Jo has amassed some 18 years on the decks, playing some of the UK's leading venues across the years. She first cut her teeth at leading UK venues Ministry of Sound, The Cross and Turnmills, and graced many of the leading London warehouse parties in her early career.
Since then she's gone on to support some of the biggest names in electronic music over the years across all spectrums of the dance music world including The Stanton Warriors, Jon Carter, Elite Force, A Skillz, Craig Charles, Annie Nightingale, Rob Da Bank, Krafty Kuts, the Freestylers and a whole host of bands.
A festival favourite thanks to her eclectic taste; summer sees her play sets across all kinds of festival stages at Glastonbury, Bestival, Truefest, Nozstock, Wilderness & Shambala, alongside presenting her own stages at Boomtown and Beatherder. With tours of Australia and Europe also under her belt she's no stranger to rocking a party. 2020 has seen her locked away in the studio with several releases planned for 2021.
Fusing the best vintage beats with the best of the modern age; Madame Electrifie takes classic grooves and threads through everything from hip hop, to house, breaks and bass to create a raucous dance floor focused party, spliced with plenty of funk, fun and a refusal to take life too seriously. She's a resident on Data Transmission and can regularly be found causing shenanigans up and down the country.
She can also be found playing alongside breaks legend Mini Da Minx as Evil Twin. And is producer and backing vocalist in Electronica trio Cassini Circles.
Doors are open from 10pm till 3am
Tickets available on EventBrite only. First wave £10, second wave £15, remaining tickets will be made available on the door, subject to availability.
Ticket link shorturl.at/cdCK8
For further information contact Zed Malik on 07948391994