Partial 4th Birthday
w/ John Gómez | Invisible City

Friday 14th September
Starts 23:00 // Ends 03:00

£8 / £10 Advance

Celebrating four years of class parties with another class party

John Gómez is one of the most exciting selectors doing it at the minute. The Dekmantel affiliate has been continually involved in the London scene since moving from Madrid 8 years ago, developing his tastes at clubs and parties such as the iconic Plastic People, Brilliant Corners and his own night Tangent – handled with Nick the Record, and currently based in the Pickle Factory. In 2014, John was picked by Antal to host the London NTS edition of the Rush Hour – affably hosting fellow label talent like Hunee and Soichi Terada. Perhaps his biggest breakthrough to date has come through his compilation on the always killer Music from Memory: “Outro Tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music From Brazil (1978-1992)” which has seen him playing his first shows in Australia, South America and the US in the follow up. Keep an eye peeled for his collaborative record with Antal coming out on Rush Hour which is gonna absolutely rock dancefloors in the very near future

Invisible City Sound System

Shop, label, and a great DJ to boot. Invisible City started as a Toronto based record store with an unquestionably deep-searching catalogue. Their label – Invisible City Editions, has went from strength to strength – turning out a diverse selection of long lost treasures over the past few years, most notably 2016’s Mashisha by VO or, more recently – Sandy B’s Student Night. Invisible City Sound System – or Gary, the shops DJ branch, mirrors the labels flawless and distinctive selections, playing music stretching from odd ball new wave electronics to forgotten house gems to various types of island music that he has discovered digging deep across all corners of the world. Invisible City is perhaps best that is perhaps most endearingly put by Dan Snaith of Caribou/Daphni fame:

“… the heroes behind Invisible City, have a peerless reissue game … having been lucky enough to see them dj many times over the past decade, it’s my duty to endorse their prowess as DJs. You won’t find a more fun, deeper night out anywhere.”