The Poke - Lo Records Birthday Party

  • Venue
    Jacks Club
    • 7-9 Crucifix Lane; London Bridge; London SE1 3JW; United Kingdom
  • Date
    Fri, 18 Nov 200510:00pm - 6:00am
  • Attending
    • 2
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    Rob Da Bank (sunday best/radio 1), The Chap [live] (Lo), Richard Thair (toob/red snapper), Milky Globe [live] (Lo), Cursor Miner [live] (Lo), Si Begg (noodles), Osymyso (antidote), Nathan Fake [live] (traum/border community), Secondo [live] (Dreck), Nick Luscombe (Flo-motion/xfm), Unique 3 (, Lo DJs, John Power (furthur)
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  • Ten years is a longtime in the music industry, so when a label that has stuck to their resolutely uncommercial roots makes it into double figures that's generally a good reason to celebrate. When you're talking about Lo Recordings who in their 10 year history have championed everything from ear splitting noise to blissful ambience, avant-garde rock to library music and funk rarities, you've got one hell of a good excuse to throw a massive party. So that's what we've done, on Friday November the 18th, we celebrate 10 years of musical innovation down at The Poke, with a stellar line-up of artists from the label, plus one or two like minded souls and DJs who have championed the label over the years. A truly eclectic party spread over two railway arches, we are proud to present everything from the acclaimed art-rock of The Chap to the deranged electro pop of Cursor Miner, on the way taking in some of the leading lights of today's leftfield music scene, Radio 1's Rob Da Bank, XFM's Nick Luscombe, Noodles mainman Si Begg and the reigning bastard pop king Osymyso, alongside stars of tomorrow such as Nathan Fake and Secondo.