Paul Daley needs no introduction. David Bowie remixer, John Foxx / Lydon collaborator, musician, revered DJ, Fabric resident for 3 years, 25 years in the Balearic armed forces...
And of course, former half of seminal duo Leftfield.
This is a rare London date for Paul. He will be taking 5 hours of the evening serving up an eclectic sonic stew for your listening pleasure.
The Dance Tunnel parties start early. As in, really early. 7pm. There's one of the finest Pizza joints this side of London upstairs so don't worry about going home for grub first and getting tied up with that Mad Men box set. Head for a drink after work and straight to the venue for dinner and, as the fine establishment that was Brannigan's would say, drinking, dancing and cavorting.
There will be one guest at each party with James McArdle and Paul Louth playing alongside them. The guest will be on early and will play an extended set (4/5 hours minimum) taking in whatever genres they deem fit along the way. Don't expect to hear house music from the moment you walk in, this is an opportunity for the guests to experiment and work across the board early on, playing sets you're unlikely to see them play regularly.
There will only be 100 tickets available and they will always be £5 so please try and purchase an advance ticket if you plan to come down.
Although the first party was invite only tickets for these events are now open to the general public.
Sorry it's rather longwinded that. Thanks for reading x