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Saturday, November 4th, 2017
7:00 PM
Bonfire Night Special! Sat Nov 04 - The South London Soul Train keeps coming on strong! Torch lighting the dancefloors with another red hot 3 floor, 4 room Bonfire night (well from midnight anyway) blend of vinyl n' digital napalm, All Night Long. Your dancefloor hammering host with the absolute most Jazzheadchronic joined on level 1 by souled out, funked up hip hop turntablists The Allergies & the mighty Uncle Frank (Live) + More across 3 floors and 4 rooms at The CLF Art Cafe, Block A, Bussey Building.

Part of our on-going mission to move your mind & body + force feed yoh soul with the absolute best of times!

Uncle Frank

This is Uncle Frank, the band from the UK.

Uncle Frank make the best kind of music.... music with soul, funk, rage and love! Multi-instrumentalists and producers Frank Benbini (also one third of The Fun Lovin' Criminals) & Naim Cortazzi are back with the explosive new single 'Love Lion'

The Daily Express wrote "The world needs this kind of music - because it's real and self-made, feel-good and original.”

The bands self produced music is mixed by Grammy Award winning mixer and producer Tim Latham (Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, The Rolling Stones and Erykah Badu). Benbini first met Latham during a Lou Reed session at Quad Studios in New York and since that auspicious joyful audio day the Uncle Frank have gone on to shape a sound that is best heard live and guaranteed to funk you upah + we truly can't wait to welcome them to The South London Soul Train Live stage.

Joining Uncle Frank and SLST host Jazzheadchronic will be .....

The Allergies:

The Allergies are the production/DJ outfit from heavyweight disc jocks Rackabeat (Chai Wallahs) and DJ Moneyshot (Solid Steel).

Drawing on such influences as Boca 45, DJ Format, Gramatik and RJD2, the pair aim to bring that vintage sound of sampled funk, beats and breaks back to the forefront of club music. This duo are deck deadly y'all so prepare to dance hard!!!!

Then on level 2 - Time to let the funk mercilessly flow. Commander Snowboy and Jazzcotech Warrior in chief Perry Louis here to deliver the news on vinyl. The scoop - funk is alive and livin on 45. Eruption time, as the rare grooves keep flowing and prime cuts of funk and soul are once again truly delivered live, hard and direct to the dancefloor. Beware the soul shrapnel as the dancefloors went BOOM!!

Level 2/ Room 2 - S’all all about the Northern Soul of it all. The Legendary Rob Messer and Warren Boogaloo dropping the platters that absolutely positively still matter. The choicest cuts from the Motown, Stax, Volt, Chess & the rest vaults served up on a dynamite rig for maximum dance floor action and satisfaction.

The South London Soul Train 3 floor, 4 room line up completed in the CLF, Rye Wax basement by SLST too damn hot residents First Word & Wah Wah 45 Records DJs delivering more piping hot joints from an eclectic menu of wholesome world wide wonder funk, soul, groove, boogie, disco and hip hop. Then to now. Strictly on the good foot! Boom Bloody Pow!

Release yourselves!

As always, all floors will be taking all passengers on a Non-Stop Magical Mystery Tour through all things Too Damn Funky. P-Funk to Jazz Funk, Soul Jazz to Rare Groove N’ Stax, Brass, Breaks, Bop and Hop to Motown, Club Classics and Anthems.

However - Passengers are requested to check their Souls at the Station as this ones for good time party people only! No Bass Wobbles Here, Only Love, Funk and Soul.

Event Runs 10pm - 5am / £5/7/10/13 Adv from RA or £13/15 OTD / Takes place on The 1st, 2nd + 3rd Sat of each month + on-going specials at The CLF Art Cafe + the last Sat of each month at OMEARA London (except Oct) + Beyond.

Next Event: Sat Nov 11 - The South London Soul Train with Jazzheadchronic, The Soul Grenades (Live) + More across 3 floors and 4 rooms at The CLF Art Cafe

Swiftly followed by:

Sat Nov 18 - The South London Soul Train with Jazzheadchronic, Lakuta (Live), Boca 45 + More across 3 floors and 4 rooms at The CLF Art Cafe

Time to keep getting it on,

See you on the dancefloors fo sho.