Old World Blues returns to Dalston Den this weekend for their second party. The London event series might still be in its infancy, but the collective behind it are no strangers to the scene. A handful of residents form the basis of the soundtrack, a bunch of crate diggers donning collections that span over several decades. A handpicked blend from the 90s to the now.
The crew have been spreading their love of the music and the parties that celebrate the sound for several years. Alongside Future Nostalgia, the creative corner of the brand, the recent launch of Old World Blues aims to fuse music of old and new. Recognising the progression and within it, the longevity of house music, focused on a fascination between the seamless blend in narrative, whatever the age of the beat.
Peter Glasspool speared up the opening night back in October last year. It was a sellout success, as Glaspool and the residents set the tone for the future to follow. Multiple creative minds form the backbone, with all bases covered from design, production and of course, the mix.
This weekend sees the return of the resi’s, with Nim Chimpsky, Tommy Neptune, Danny and DDERHAM all set to take the controls. Spaced resident and Alphaville Records founder Tom Cottrell joins at the top of the bill and together, they’ll span a six-hour soiree. Expect the deepest of digging from all the aforementioned, a well versed in serving up sounds for the floor.
They’ll be taking over a brand-new room at the Dalston Den, an intimate setting complete with a killer sound system. Tickets can be bought from Resident Advisor here.
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