The Doctor’s Orders and Londonhousemusic presents
House vs Disco – New Year’s Eve
10pm-4.30am Thursday 31st December 2015
Trapeze, 89 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HX
Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson (The Loft / Mi-Soul)
Stuart Patterson (Love Vinyl / The Date)
Martin Lodge (Mi-Soul)
Ralphonze (The Doctor’s Orders)
Disco classics and real house favourites rub shoulders on the dancefloor. Expect floor-filling disco, timeless house and bridging the gap between the two with all manor of exclusive edits.
The Doctor’s Orders have been hosting some of London’s greatest hip-hop parties for the last ten years. Often dipping in and out of house classics and disco anthems (and always getting a positive reaction), they have decided to distil that for a full night of ‘House vs Disco’.
Londonhousemusic have been involved in some of London’s purest house music events of the past two decades which have seen Kerri Chandler. Danny Krivit, Tony Humphries, Frankie Knuckes (sadly one of his last ever sets), and many many more.
Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson is one of the most respected party DJs with the perfect clubbing attitude. With a wealth of experience spanning back to the 1970s. Paul’s been a huge part of many landmarks in clubbing history including being one of the founders of Kiss FM, Camden’s legendary ‘The Loft’, as well as headlining huge warehouse parties and a residency in Italy.
Alongside him will be Stuart Patterson, a name always welcomed by any true house, disco and dance music heads. Stuart’s experience with DJing, club programming, promoting and more make him a true heavyweight of the industry and behind the turntables.
Martin Lodge originally started playing Soul/Funk/Hip Hop back in 85, then in 1988 he heard house for the first time and was hooked from that moment. Martin is currently a resident for SunceBeat Festival in Croatia and formerly of The Southport Weekender. Expect a very tasteful selection and style from Mr. Lodge.
Warming things up is Ralphonze. Bucking the trend for a man his age his passion runs deep for house, disco, hip-hop and beyond so expect him to get things heated up right.