We’re back to party in East London this Saturday, tearing it up at the Shacklewell Arms till the early hours. It’s only three quid in before midnight, and you’ll need to get down early to beat the queues…
We’ll be spending the last few hours of 2013 partying like crazed baboons who’ve had Red Bull injected directly into their buttcheeks. Come join us at the Roadhouse in town, where a few hundred lucky people will be serenaded by the sweet sounds of party hip hop, classic R&B, bashment, disco, reggae and house party jams until the early hours of 2014.
All the early birds are sold out already, and tickets are just a tenner from Skiddle.com here.
Our dude Spin Doctor has got a great show coming up in London, with four different but amazing artists. Headlined by one of hip hop’s legendary founding fathers, the Zulu Nation funkateer himself, Afrika Bambaataa, as well as one of the dopest producers of the past twenty years or so, the Alchemist. Black Milk will also be performing live, and the consistently excellent beatsmith Tall Black Guy completes the line up. Click the flyer above for more details and tickets.
Afrikaa Bambaataa – Zulu War Chant
The Alchemist - Stuck To U
Black Milk – Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst
Tall Black Guy – Rock The Stage
Some snaps from our amazing Snoop Dogg special at Gorilla last Friday. Yet another sold out party, thanks to everyone who came down and got down to the sounds of the canine king of the West Coast. All photos are by Dom “Perignon” Varden, and the rest are up here on our Facebook page.
If you’re into disco, boogie and 80s funk, check this incredible new mix from our good friends at Uptown. Everyone from Prince, MJ, Rick James, Chic, Diana Ross, Cheryl Lynn and Whitney getting real freaky with it.
Uptown do their parties every third Friday of the month at Deaf Institute, give their page a like on facebook here.
Uptown DJs – Uptown Mix
Bam Bam Bronsolini returns with volume 2 of his Blue Chips mixtape, with almost 20 tracks of New York heat provided by Party Supplies once again. A few classic reworks in there, from the Pharcyde’s Passing Me By to Peter Gabriel’s Sledgehammer. Check the teaser trailer and full mixtape below.
Action Bronson – Blue Chips 2
Some snaps from our massive Halloween party on in Liverpool on Thursday night. Over 700 skeletons, vampires, zombies and, er, Duffman piled into the Shipping Forecast and got real ghoulish until the early hours. All the photos are by Tom Lox, and the rest are available up on the Juicy Liverpool facebook page. Juicy is at the Shipping Forecast each and every Thursday night.
Brick City legend Redman, seen here chilling amongst a plate of grapes, just dropped a brand new mixtape The Remixxes, with classic beats from the likes of Biggie, Dr Dre, Dead Prez, Watch The Throne and even Stevie Wonder. Check it out below…
Redman – The Remixxes
This month at Juicy we’re celebrating the canine king of the West Coast, with a special set of Snoop Dogg classics at midnight. He’s certainly got enough to choose from, with a career that spans from the golden era of Death Row records all the way to his current collaboration with Dam-Funk. Let’s just not pretend the David Guetta track never happened…
Early bird tickets are a ludicrously cheap £3, and can be bought by clicking on the flyer above. You can also pay on the door at Gorilla, but get down early as it gets more packed than Snoop’s bong.
Snoop Dogg – Who Am I (What’s My Name)
Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Rock
Snoop Dogg and Dam Funk – Faden Away
This Saturday we’re back to party at the Shacklewell Arms in Dalston. Expect all the usual party hip hop, classic R&B, bashment, disco gems and bad behaviour. Get down early as you can as it gets rammed later on, and remember to “like” the Juicy London Facebook page to keep up to date with all our parties in the capital.