After our monumental Notting Hill Carnival party at the Garden, the Sunday West Soundsystem is back with a Christmas treat.
To say a big thank you to all who came and joined us over the August Bank holiday, we are throwing a special 10 pound pay-back Christmas event at West London's sole super club, Mode.
An offer we could not refuse, this event will now commence at 7pm with a 3 course XMas dinner for those who want to join us for a pre-party and XMas celebration.
COST: 45 pounds per head with a choice of 10 incredible dishes. For further information please check at www.modecollective.com
BOOTHS: We also have a number of booths available for private hire from 10pm at a cost of 500 pounds min spend - to be divided between 10 - 15 people. These tables also give you fast track entry as well as assuring your spot for you and your mates at our bash.
PLEASE CONTACT [email protected] to book for dinner and / or a booth.
The Sunday West team will be at dinner from 7pm - come join us!
The address 12 Acklam Road has a special place in the hearts of West Londoners from the Subterrania days, Neighbourhood and more recently the Supper Club, where the Sunday West Soundsystem started their Notting Hill Carnival parties.
Newly refurbed with another stand out identity and roaring sound system, the club has recently welcomed giants in the game - such as Claud Von Stroke, Maya Jane Coles, Seth Troxler and Guy Gerber to name a few.
We welcome back all the way from New York and making his fifth appearance at Sunday West, our father Christmas, Victor Simonelli.
Victor Simonelli is New York house royalty. Born and musically-schooled in Brooklyn, Simonelli grew up in an era where disco was giving way to the new sound of house, and that dramatic intersection is where his heart and many of his great productions lie. A New York radio fanatic from an early age, he discovered dance music via his boombox dial before ever setting foot in a club. He became an intern at Arthur Baker’s Shakedown Studios, and first made his name as a producer in the dying days of Nu Groove with Groove Committee’s I Want You To Know in 1991.
But it was the release of Feel So Right by Solution, an international smash, that guaranteed an excess of airmiles DJing in Japan, Europe and beyond.
Although it was as a house producer that Simonelli forged a reputation, his influences came more from the New Jersey sound detonated by Tony Humphries at Zanzibar whose bullets were supplied by Blaze, Smack and Paul Simpson.
Victor was intimately involved in the formation of Northcott’s Sub-Urban Records, for whom he recorded countless classics (usually in collaboration with Tommy Musto) before starting his own stable of imprints, including Bassline and Big Big Trax. More recently, he started his Stellar and West Side labels, mixing his own productions with work by other producers.
The line up is completed by our stirling resident DJ's and what promises to be West London's official Christmas party.
Spread the word and see you on the dance floor!