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Inner City Soul : 21 May 2016 : Guest DJs Ian Wright & Steven Clancy - London

  Singer Tavern, 1 City Road  - London   EC1Y 1AG   GB

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Inner City Soul : 21 May 2016 : Guest DJs Ian Wright & Steven Clancy

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Inner City Soul is back bringing you our finest selection of guest DJs alongside our residents spinning Soul, Funk, Modern, Breaks, Crossover and more all on their original vinyl format.

This time round we have the pleasure to introduce to you our two fine guest DJs who are sure to offer a unique and dance orientated selection:


Alongside residents: Tomas McGrath & James Pogson

Date: Saturday May 21st
Time: 8pm - 2am
Entrance: Free
Venue: Singer Tavern, 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG London

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Singer Tavern, 1 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AG, United Kingdom

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   3 of 3 members say helpful 3 / 3 members

I only came across this night while looking through the events guide here on Friday. The location was ideal for me, a simple train journey into Moorgate. Quite a posh bar, I did wonder if the two bouncers in their suits would let me in. The music was in the basement, a nice bar, good sound system and a decent dance floor. Musically there was an emphasis on the 70s, and very good they were. I did suggest to Tomas McGrath that he should include some of his set when he's playing at the 100 Club, he wasn't so sure but I'd say give it a go, just the odd one so as not to frighten sixties only people too much. I would say the majority of records played weren't known by me but there were quite a few I did know, e.g. Reality, You Can Win, The Price, He Left You Standing There, Kellee Patterson's version of I'm Gonna Love You A Little Bit More, and a version of The Bottle, not Gil Scott-Heron, more a Latin feel to it.

It was quiet at the start but began to fill up with a mainly younger crowd, many of whom are regulars at the 100 Club allnighters. I  had to leave at 11 as I needed to get home because I've got quite a lot on today, a shame because the music was good. Well done to James and Tomas, I hope this continues in this venue.

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