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Pure Collectors Soul. Strictly Original Vinyl Only.

For the first time some of UK's finest collectors come together for another one off special, back by popular demand, in Londons fashionable Dalston with a state of the art audiophile sound system. Hear Vinyl the way it was intended to be heard on a high end system, no more dodgy sound.

Lovely Thai Food available.

Admission : FREE!


Steve Guarnori

Gary Dennis


JM ( JM Soul )

Doctor B

Wayne Arbon ( Filthy Soul )

Michael Daniel (Carib Soul)

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An enjoyable event. Nice venue, drink prices seemed a bit high, but it is "trendy Dalston", (my Dad would have laughed at that as he was born there), and good music. Only question I have is why did a couple of the DJs start a record and then stop it after a few bars and then start from the beginning again? Very odd and quite offputting if you were dancing. Worth checking to see if there are any more similar soul events there.


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Hi Geoff,


This is a short explanation,because there was a sizeable Carib Soul presence this should explain it.


For the uninitiated, the rewind is the act of stopping a song—generally playing on a vinyl record or, in more recent years, on a CD—bringing it back to the start, and playing it again. In Jamaica, rewinds are normally performed by selectors in response to crowd demand. You may have heard a hip-hop or dance music DJ do the same thing.


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Yes but we're not in Jamaica and I noticed an air of puzzlement on the faces of dancers. To be honest it just seems a bit daft to me, and I wouldn't do it especially on any expensive record. Can't see it catching on at the 100 Club or Lifeline, lol. I don't normally frequent anywhere that hip hop or rap with the silent c is played, they cause me to lose the will to live.


See you Thursday.


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