Thursday, 6 March 2014

We Were Evergreen Daughters Remixes

Check out my official remix of Daughters by We Were Evergreen, taken from their debut album coming May 5th on Island Records & Mi7. Two more remixes come courtesy of the amazing Aeroplane and Jean Tonique!

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Roxx Club

Roxx is a 'backstage experience' pop-up club and events organisation currently residing at number 4 Winsley Street in the heart of central London. With a heap of positive press, including GQ declaring it their favorite pop-up of the year, and visits from Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, it's already caused a buzz. The intimate space sees an eclectic, friendly & fun crowd gather every weekend for live bands and DJs playing a mixture of indie, rock and alternative from across the decades mixed with cool dance/house music.

Did anyone else used to frequent the indie clubs in Central London around the time of Panic/Afterskool/Frog/Moonlighting? Well, think of Roxx as a slightly more grown-up version in terms of presentation. The drinks aren't going to break your bank (although it's a far cry from Moonlighting's £1.50 spirit mixers back in the day - oh nostalgia) and the service and staff are both exceptional, whether you have a table or you're just hanging out at the bar, plus it's free entry before 10:30pm. I DJ'd there on the 29th of November and took some photos which you can check out below.

For more information on Roxx please visit

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Erol Sabadosh at Roxx Club London

Named one of GQ's 'Pop-ups of the Year' Roxx Club is a backstage style underground venue in the heart of London co-owned by Tyrone Wood, son of Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood. This Friday Roxx Club will be welcoming Erol Sabadosh to the DJ decks for a guest set playing everything from Daft Punk to David Bowie with live music from Texas Radio & The Cream Tangerines.

Doors 9pm
Free entry before 10:30pm / £10 after

Bands from 9pm
Erol Sabadosh set time 11:30pm

You can expect to hear a mix of rock, guitar pop, indie, alternative and credible dance music including:

Arcade Fire / Ash / Arctic Monkeys / The Beatles / Bloc Party / Daft Punk / David Bowie / The Doors / Empire of the Sun / Fatboy Slim / Foo Fighters / The Gossip / Iggy Pop / Jimi Hendrix / Joy Division / The Killers / La Roux / Lana Del Rey / MGMT / Modest Mouse / Nirvana / Placebo / Pulp / Radiohead / Rolling Stones / Talking Heads / Vampire Weekend / White Stripes

"Clubbing is all about Pop-Ups, and our favourite is Roxx, which is bringing rock music back to serious nights out" GQ Magazine, Nov 2013

Saturday, 23 November 2013

See the trailer for Lana Del Rey's Tropico

On December 5th Lana Del Rey will be releasing a 30 minute film to Vevo entitled Tropico. Directed by Anthony Mandler who previously worked with Del Rey on the National Anthem and Ride videos, Tropico sees the singer playing Eve in a modern Biblical story of Adam & Eve featuring male model Shaun Ross and plenty of sinister imagery suggesting this may be the darkest video the melancholy songstress has ever released. Not long to wait now!

Friday, 22 November 2013

Doggystyle: Snoop's 20th Anniversary Mixtape

November 23rd marks the 20th Anniversary of Snoop Dogg’s highly-acclaimed Doggystyle and in honor of this date, Snoop has created a really cool mixtape of the tracks sampled on Doggystyle featuring commentary from the man himself. All I can say is it's AWESOME! Tune in below.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Happy - Pharrell's 24 Hour Video

Pharrell Williams just dropped this concept video for his track Happy for the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack. Featuring the man himself amongst dancers and cameos from the likes of Steve Carrell, Magic Johnson, Odd Future and Jamie Foxx while the 3 minute soulful disco cut plays on loop we see Pharrell and his cohorts dancing and singing through the streets and sights of L.A. thanks to a concept from direction team We Are From L.A. Check it out by CLICKING HERE! Also check out ATM Jam, his overlooked collaboration with Azealia Banks.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Steam & Rye Launch

Last night I went to check out the new venue Steam & Rye on Leadenhall Street opened by Kelly Brook & Nick House. Situated within the old converted New York Bank the venue features a large open main space dressed to look like Grand Central Station during the 1920s complete with train carriages containing booths as well as a basement and loft space. With a fun, friendly music policy and some brilliantly eccentric cocktails, not to mention a very well done American food menu I'm sure this will be a hit.