Most new nights come and go faster than the British summer, so the advent of Untitled, a club from Andy Blake, Jim Warboy and James Baillie, immediately made our ears prick up.
For a start Andy Blake, who we featured in DJ Weekly 9, was responsible for Dissident, the analogue-obsessed label that covered everything from psychedelic disco to old school jackathons, a soundtrack you can hear at World Unknown, his other monthly night in Brixton.
Jim Warboy remains one of alternative clubland’s greatest forces, having run Kash Point, All You Can Eat and now the weekly road-blocked Caligula at The Bathhouse in Liverpool Street, and a DJ and promoter who is constantly ahead of the curve, straddling the overground and underground to attract everyone from fashionistas to indie kids.
James Baillie is one of the most connected men in the dance world, having run Venus and The Bomb in Nottingham, and is the brains between this year’s polysexual Sunday at Love Box where Grace Jones headlines a day that includes DJMag favourites, Trailer Trash.
Held in a maze like underground location near Old Street, and with a rare as hens teeth 6am licence, Untitled promises to return to the original welcoming vibe of early acid house under the influence of body-quaking music that defies classification.
Anymore than that, we don't know, but if the three names behing Untitled aren't enough to pique your interest, you probably secretly hate life.
Untitled, a late night party for dancing, launches on Saturday 5 June at Door 217 City Road, EC1V. DJs: Andy Blake; James Baillie; Amy Drop The Bomb; Warboy. Entry free before 11pm. £5 before midnight/ £8 after.
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