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[LDN] Slide with Late Nite Tuff Guy, The Reflex & more

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Slide with Late Nite Tuff Guy, The Reflex & Red Greg
at The POW Brixton
Rooftop Terrace & Club
Bank Holiday Sunday 28 May 2017 / 3pm-4am
467 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 8HH


Tickets available from
https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?907231

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Late Nite Tuff Guy
The Reflex
Red Greg

Henry Greenwood. Pablo Contraband. Steve Robinson.
MOVE DJs. Jive Talk. Pandadontdisco. Slide '94'97 DJs


After a sell out Easter Sunday with Greg Wilson, Slide return on Bank Holiday Sunday 28 May with a wonderful disco all dayer at POW Brixton.
Heading things up is the brilliant Late Nite Tuff Guy, after his triumphant Slide appearance last summer, plus regular guest and French edit king, The Reflex, with the brilliant crate digger Red Greg rounding things off. Support from residents across the venue.

Late Nite Tuff Guy is a new breed of disco vigilante, peddling the most credible of disco edits and accruing some serious acclaim from an illustrious roll call of industry people in the know. Greg Wilson, Jackmaster and Dimitri from Paris have been regularly playing a handful of LNTG tracks in any given set and their ongoing support is testament to the quality of his work.

Regular guest The Reflex supports...Nile Rodgers is a fan. Kid Creole is a fan. Disclosure, Jazzy Jeff, and Joris Voorn are all fans. Fascinated by the remix from an early age, London-based French native Nicolas Laugier, aka The Reflex, takes his cue from the first wave of disco remixers by using only the original sounds from the master tapes (or stems) to breathe new life into soul, pop and disco classics.

Red Greg has had a busy 2017, spinning at the likes of Mona Paris, Southern Soul Festival, Inner City Soul, XOYO, Altered Soul Experiments plus the Upcoming Liverpool Disco Festival.

Slide w/ Greg Wilson - https://vimeo.com/124762014
Slide w/ ALFOS - https://vimeo.com/71831094

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