After top- notch parties in Amsterdam, Manchester, Corsica Studios and LN-CC we return to Peckham for a no-frills-dance with none other than Ruf Kutz' finest sleectors Glowing Palms & Kickin Pigeon.
Synth addict Glowing Palms returns to RS since his last appearance back in 2013. Known to ignite dancefloors with unbelievable psychedelic-disco and tropical-boogie. An accomplished producer with 3 *stellar* releases under his belt on Ruf Kutz and most lately Blip Discs. Glowing Palms simply knows best. With standout performances across the country, most notably last summer at Gottwood Festival in 'Ruffy's Lab' which was a highlight of last year- we don't know why it has taken us 4 years to get GP back under the red neon.
Joining us is another Ruf Kutz don, who also caused madness at Gottwood last year - Kickin' Pigeon. Most probably the number 1 encylopaedic eclectic DJ - with deeep selections and knowledge, playing the music you slept on and never knew existed. Having worked in Manchester's top record shop Piccadilly Records as the dance music buyer since ever, Kickin' Pigeon knows a thing or 2 about records. A resident at top Manc party Wet Play with RS fav Ruf Dug and Randall Marsh, with killer selection at our last Manchester excursion, can't wait to have him join BZ and GP behind the wheels of steel.
Dress to sweat.
2 decks, a rotary mixer, 1 red neon light and a few crates of vinyl. Dub fx.
£10 OTD / RS Members £8
£6/ £8 via RA: https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?974441
..as always, don't be late to avoid that queue.
1. be nice
2. no photos on the dancefloor plz... (take them outside before u get in a la Berghain)
BRING PHOTO ID!
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