Club Contact

The new MP3 blog from London's club Contact. The idea is to allow people to hear new music they wouldn't have otherwise found but, if anyone has any copyright issues with a particular song, i'll take the link down. Songs are only available for a limited amount of time.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

We're back! The Contact club night returns to London tomorrow (Thursday) evening! It starts at 7.30 and will end at roughly 12.00 which is much more sensible than our old hours of 10pm to 3am. Best of all, it's entirely free to get in. We also have a shiny new DJ - Adrian from the Popjustice boards. The fact that he has promised to play Time To Say Goodbye by Antique is ample proof that we have chosen the latest addition to the Contact team wisely. It's at Juno, 134 Shoreditch High Street.

You know the rest:

"For such a cosmopolitan city, the pop clubs of London are surprisingly conservative. Contact at Juno is set to change this, proving that when it comes to smart, stylish, heart-pounding, ass-shaking pop, there's more to life than New York, London, Paris and Munich. Mao may have said that revolution is not a dinner party but he didn't explicitly rule out the possibility of it being a pan-sexual disco explosion.Whether it's the new wave of glittering Scandinavian synth-pop or the remarkable, cutting-edge sound of Japan's idols, we'll be destroying the image foreign music has of being inaccessible by spinning the freshest and most dynamic chart tunes the globe has to offer, every Thursday from the 17th of November onwards.Where t.A.T.u led, we will follow. Decadent Moscow disco, the vibrant sound of young China, pulsating Korean gayo, the propulsive rhythms of Arabic radio.......there's a whole world waiting to be discovered.Mixed in will be the cream of Anglo-American pop and the finest electro, from Rachel Stevens and Girls Aloud to Annie and Fischerspooner, courtesy of international playboys Shari Vari, Adrian and Stewart Turner, founder of Manchester's legendary TVOD club, whose trademark brand of synthetic sleaze could have been made for the Shoreditch setting. "


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