Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Interview with Duncan Beiny aka DJ Yoda ahead of his Socialeyes @ Jamm gig 16th December

Hi Yoda I hope you are well. Thanks for agreeing to answer some questions :o)

Q: What first got you into the art of DJ’ing?

A: I guess the music I was listening to as a kid - which was hip-hop and pop, but a lot of it had DJs scratching on it. So I would try and copy it using my parent's hi-fi, which I eventually broke!

Q: I presume you started your DJ career using vinyl what equipment do you use for a dj set now?

A: Pretty simple - still just two turntables and mixer, but now with a laptop running Serato. 

Q: For as long as I’ve known of you there has always been a comical aspect to your sets has this always been the case and how did this come about?

A: It's always been really important to me that my DJ’ing includes some aspects of comedy. I think too many DJs in hip-hop and dance music take themselves too seriously, and forget that their job is to entertain. I'm just as happy to see people laughing on the dance floor as dancing!

Q: You are well known for playing a diverse style of music, do you have an idea what you will be playing before you arrive at a gig?

A: I might have some idea, based on where I am, or what good new music I have - but the best test is just to start and see what the crowd are into. I love that I'm free to DJ like that, as I think a lot of other DJs have been pigeon-holed into a specific genre of music, and I would find that really restricting. 

Q: Is it hard to find a balance between making people smile and making people dance?

A: It's taken many years of practice, and I'm still learning!

Q: How did the ‘How To Cut and Paste’ mix CD series first come about?

A: That was just the style of mix that I've always done - I started making mix tapes for friends, and then started selling them, and they were always in this style of taking loads of different influences and blending them all together to make something new. Eventually I just gave these mixes the "How To Cut & Paste" name. 

Q: What can we expect next from the next in the series?

A: I'm just finishing up a second artist album, so when that's finished I'll turn my attentions to a new Cut & Paste mix. No idea what it will be yet!

Q: How do you plan a cut and paste mix and how does this differ to the way you choose what to play at a gig?

A: It's very different to DJ’ing in a live capacity, because there's no pressure to keep a dance floor full - I can just go off on whatever whim I like. I get together all the tracks and samples that I want to use for the mix, and then it's just like a jigsaw.

Q: Does what you play change much from venue to venue, country to country?

A: Yes - my AV shows are one thing, and my DJ sets are another. So it depends on where I am and what I'm doing. 

Q: What should we expect from a Yoda Christmas themed set?

A: Christmas music, durr! Ha ha, and a bunch of other stuff too. 

Q: What makes a good party for you?

A: A good atmosphere! Everything else is irrelevant!

Thanks Yoda see you on the 16th December

Interview by Robin Ball - http://socialeyesparties.com
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Friday 16th December

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

SOCIALEYES WITH DJ YODA Friday 16th December @ Jamm Brixton

Friday 16th December 2011
10pm – 5am
Brixton Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London SW9 6LH
Nearest tube: Brixton
Tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the door

LINE UP: DJ Yoda with Support from Robin Ball & friends

Socialeyes are back at Jamm and this time DJ Yoda takes over the mind control with a special Christmas themed set! Set over 2 rooms covering bass, dubstep, hip hop, house techno and electro Socialeyes bring it with their usual open minded style|!
DJ Yoda has been drafted in to set the venue alight as he continues to show the world his immense technical talent for DJing and his undeniably unique approach to music itself and of course the dance floor. 

DJ Yoda is simply a legendary turntablist. From Hip Hop beginnings, he has evolved in the past ten years, using his turntable skills and diverse influences as varied as Funk, B-more, Kuduro, Reggae, Drum ‘n’ Bass and even Big Band Swing and Country & Western to make unashamed party music. He can be found cutting the Indiana Jones theme with woofer-worrying Dubstep or The Muppet Theme with MIA. His shows are peppered with Film, TV and YouTube samples and visuals that lift his sets to new and stratospheric heights.

With full AV shows and DJ sets at the most famous clubs and venues across the globe (we just catch him before he jets off for a tour of Australia and New Zealand in the new year), we are proud to have DJ Yoda back and with the talent and creativity that this man possesses, we cannot wait to see what he has in store for us on the 16th.  
Socialeyes events have been rocking clubs, boats, warehouses and spaces across the capital since 2006. Their parties are created for like-minded music souls to gather for a night of forward thinking music, with a focus on the dance floor. 

Saturday, 24 September 2011


Saturday 29 October 2011
10pm – 6am
Brixton Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London SW9 6LH
Nearest tube: Brixton
Tickets £10
LINE UP:  Front room - Socialeyes with Robin Ball and friends playing  house, techno and electro .  
Live room - Basement Jaxx DJ Sets from Felix B, Wafa and Vula playing Funk fuelled house,  

A Halloween Special of the highest order as Basement Jaxx supported by Socialeyes offer up a spooky dose of Jaxx Funk to BrixtonJamm.

Known as one of London’s friendliest underground club nights, Socialeyes, will host their with a mix of the finest house, techouse, and electro in the front room of Jamm for this special night of the dead and undead; a call to the wild.  Socialeyes is a club night that doesn’t like to pigeonhole but focuses on presenting quality electronic music in all its forms, hosting one off events across London in intimate surroundings with serious soundsystems. So Jamm’s Funktion One system will hit the spot!  Having booked the likes of Funk D Void, Justin Robertson, Matt Tolfrey, Silicone Soul, Terry Francis, Colin Dale, Max Cooper & Sei A for past events (to name just a few), you can rest assured the DJs on show will deliver some of the best beats known to man!  

And as the call for all night creatures resonates through the underground, Basement Jaxx are preparing a dj set of firing Jaxxhouse, funk and electro. Accompanying them are Wafa and Vula, drummer and singer from Basement Jaxx’s incredible live band. Both are revered as talents in their own right and will be DJ’ing on the night.  We expect to send shudders down your spine (in a good way of course).


Live Room
Basement Jaxx DJ Set from Felix B, Wafa & Vula

Front Room
Hosted by Socialeyes with Robin Ball & friends

Tel:  07956 375370

Friday, 27 May 2011


Jakwob / Sei A / High Rankin / Justin Robertson / Mensah / Robin Ball & the Groove Pleasure Soundsystem / Robin Beats

Saturday 28th May 2011
10pm – 6am
Corsica Studios, 4/5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB
Nearest tube: Elephant & Castle
Super early Bird £6/ Extra early bird £8 / Early bird £10 / Advanced £12 / MOTD
Available from;

Socialeyes return with one of their biggest, most interesting, boundary pushing and fun line ups yet!

Created in 2006 from the Groovepressure & Groove Pleasure labels the Socialeyes parties have been popping up for one-off nights in and around London until finding their home at Corsica studios in 2010. They have hosted a broad spectrum of quality electronic guests from Funk D Void to Bar9, Terry Francis to Elite Force, Ben Sims to Max Cooper and always pushing open-minded, forward thinking electronic dance music on the best quality sound systems in intimate fun spaces. That is their ethos. 

On Saturday 28th May they celebrate their 5th birthday party and one year to the weekend since their first party at Corsica Studios.

Socialeyes is not restricted to one genre, the emphasis is quite simply on ‘good’ music. So on Saturday 28th May you’ll find two rooms, one for house, techno, disco & electro and the other for dubstep, breaks, beats & bass.

Jakwob is one of dubstep’s biggest new stars. First coming to acclaim via some major appreciation in the blog world for his bootleg of Ellie Goulding’s ‘Starry Eyed’ and bolstering such support with his remix of ‘Under The Sheets’ he’s since gone on to remix the likes of Kid Sister, Robyn, I Blame Coco, Empire Of The Sun, Temper Trap, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Audio Bullies and Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip.  Hailing from the Midlands, Jakwob is a multi-instrumentalist playing in many bands in his teens starting in jazz moving on to play death metal and folk. This goes a long way to explaining his style which transcends genres combining elements of dub step, electro, ghetto-tech and break-beat (to name a few). This eclecticism also manifests itself in Jakwob’s DJ sets, which take in dub, hip-hop, drum and bass, dub step and beyond. Currently working on a debut album, and very much in demand as a producer of the moment, he’s redefining the experimental, dub step, double-step, and electronic scenes

Sei A shot to fame with his recent release on Tiga’s Turbo Recordings, he’s one of the most exciting new producers and songwriters in the techno and house scene producing rich textures, moody atmospheres, subtle psychedelia and haunting vocals, characterized by an instinctual gift for melody and a sincere romantic flair.

High Rankin - One of the scenes more eccentric artists, his music brims with character and personality that engulfs the listener as well as causing the obvious dance floor riot!  An all round force in dance music be it as a dj, producer, blogger, label owner,  he is the quintessential modern dance music artist!

Justin Robertson’s tastes have always been eclectic, though in 2011 you would be hard pushed to find a musician working successfully in areas as diverse as techno, house, dancehall and art pop. Justin is a true modernist: he excels as a DJ of international repute; is a creator of bespoke techno; one third of New Pop band Thee Earls and a remixer for the likes of The Whip, Bjork and Felix Da Housecat.

Mensah - With his releases on Jake’s H.E.N.C.H. imprint amongst other releases and collaborations on Baobinga’s BUILD and LoDubs, Mensah displays a kind of dancefloor ownership that offers the now pre-requisite bass weight with a decidedly more dance element. Being supported by the likes of BLOC and Fabric Mensah is an ascending force on the scene.

Robin Ball  & the Groove Pleasure Soundsystem  
2011 sees Robin enter into his third decade as a dj, with a career that has taken him across the globe from London to Sydney. His passion for a wide variety of electronic music has inspired the eclectic line-ups for his Socialeyes parties and his non-stop passion and dedication for the scene.  This year he debuted his latest project “Groove Pleasure Sound System” which received a great response at Corsica Studios back in January when his skilled crew of tech-house, disco, jamming wizards performed live to the backing of Robin’s deft DJ skills. As a testament to his eclectic passions, you will also find him in room 2 playing a set of dubstep, breaks, beats and bass under his alias, Robin Beats.

Tel:  07956 375370

Thursday, 26 May 2011


Warming us up for his gig at the Socialeyes 5th birthday this Saturday Jakwob takes time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions

Q: You have come to fame through your big remixes for other artists but just recently you have put out  your first Jakwob single and your forthcoming release has just been aired on radio 1, are you pleased with the results and what reaction are you getting from your fans?

A: I’m very happy with the response, in fact, it’s been pretty overwhelming. I’m glad that radio and fans are still on board.

Q: What other projects and releases are you working on at the moment? Can we expect to see a Jakwob album in the future?

A: I’m currently working on an album which is due for release early 2012. There’s another single on the way soon too!

Q: Your first release was on your own “Boomting” label, will your new material be on there as well and will anyone else be recording for this label?

A: We’re currently working with a few different artists on material for release through Boomting. My album and the rest of my singles will be released through Boomting Recordings / Mercury Records.

Q: I believe you are writing music for other artists is this a role you are comfortable in and will you be doing more of this in the future?

A: Yes, I’m writing with lots of different people and I like to constantly challenge myself by working with people from lots of different backgrounds and genres. 

Q: How does your production process work and how does the process differ when writing for someone else?

A: It’s a very similar creative process. The latter just requires more focus on what the artist wants to do.

Q: Do you get time to listen to other styles of music and if so what music do you take inspiration from?

A: I always have the time to listen to music. I’m in a studio practically 24/7. I listen to anything and everything.


Q: You have made your name as a dubstep producer can we expect to see you covering any other styles of music in the future?

A: Yes, it’s going to be an interesting journey through the next few singles and the album. Dubstep is just part of a larger sound that we’ll be releasing over the coming months.

Q: At your dj gigs do you play just dubstep or do you get to vary the style you play at some events?

A: I usually just play straight dubstep, some drum and bass and reggae, but in the coming months I’ll be switching it up even more with a lot more minimal dub, hip-hop and funky.

Q: As a dj do you play records, cds or are you computer based?

A: When I DJ, I use CDs. I used to use vinyl but it was too impractical on long-haul gigs.

Q: If you were going to have a night off and go out to a gig which artist or dj would you like to hear?

A: I would go see Niki & The Dove, again.

Q: What makes a good party for you?

A: Good friends and good music.

Q:  What are your ambitions for the future?

A: To write music that will inspire others.
Interview by Robin Ball


Tuesday, 24 May 2011


Robin Ball invites musicians to add a live element to his dj sets, for the 5th birthday they’re going to strip things back to just the core of the group with Robin on the decks, Amir on drums and bass from The Natural Street Freak!

 2011 sees Robin enter into his third decade as a dj, with a career that has taken him across the globe from London to Sydney. His passion for a wide variety of electronic music has inspired the eclectic line-ups for his Socialeyes parties and his non-stop passion and dedication for the scene.  This year he debuted his latest project “Groove Pleasure Sound System” which received a great response at Corsica Studios back in January when his skilled crew of tech-house, disco, jamming wizards performed live to the backing of Robin’s deft DJ skills. 

Artist Links;
Robin Ball http://soundcloud.com/robinball
Amir http://www.reverbnation.com/amirofdrums
Natural Street Freak http://www.reverbnation.com/amirofdrums

Sunday, 22 May 2011

An attempted interview with High Rankin

Ahead of his gig at the Socialeyes 5th Birthday on 28th  May High Rankin talks absolute rubbish to us :o)
Q:  How would you best sum up High Rankin?

A:  A waste of time, effort and biscuits.

Q:  For people who don’t know of you what tracks would you like them to search out so they can best get an idea of what High Rankin is about? 
A:  Ideally some of the ones I made before I sold out for a quick buck off the man.  Perhaps some pre-2007 DNB. When I was a fresh faced young lad ready for the world and not scared with wounds of the world.

Q: You are well known for being diverse in your production style, blurring boundaries between bass music and beyond, we at Socialeyes hail you for this! Can we hope to hear you pushing more boundaries in the future?

A: I am currently in a dispute over a hedge which I feel is too far over a clear boundary between mine and my neighbor’s allotment.

Does the fact you are known for different styles of music complicate things when it comes to choosing what to play at your gigs?

A: I find if you stick to the 10 ten brostep tracks off Beatport most people are happy.

Q: As well as your unique music productions , your moustache, dress style and humor seem to be a big part of the High Rankin persona do you think it’s important for an artist to stand out from the rest?

  Well they say the clothes make the man. It also distracts people away from my terrible mixing.

Q: For the Socialeyes 5th birthday we have Justin Robertson playing in the other room from you and he also sports a fine moustache, are you up for a tache off?

A: If he wants a fight I’ll take him out the back and we can do the man dance.

Q: Do you get time to listen to other music and if so what music do you take inspiration from?

 A: David Grey, Huey Lewis and the new, Katie Waisel.

  What else in life gives you inspiration?

A: My firend James Pryor. He's terminally retarded yet always has a smile on his face.

Q: How does your production process work?

A: It pretty much starts and ends in tears. What happens in between I couldn’t possibly comment on.

Q: As a dj do you play records, cds or are you computer based?

 A: Mainly old 78's and wax cylinders.

  What makes a good party for you?

A: Beak, slosh pots and an early night.

  What projects and are you working on at the moment?

A: I'm hopefully getting my own talk show on a daytime digital channel but I can't really say any more than that.

Q: Do you have anything else to say to us?

A: Yeah, if you trample mud and dog shit over my mum’s carpet again, my dad will come round and break your dad’s legs.


Wednesday, 18 May 2011


Ahead of the Socialeyes 5th Birthday at Corsica Studios next Saturday 28th May, headliner Sei A chats to Socialeyes main man, Robin Ball.... enjoy

Q: You currently reside in London but you are originally from Glasgow. How has Glasgow influenced your musical style? 

A:  Glasgow has a great variety of electronic nights/artists for such a small City. Every weekend there was always something on. With the slight industrial feel to the City, and the long winters… I think that all helps with the production tip.

Q: Why did you move to London?

A:  I moved to London for various reasons - change of scene, moving in with my girlfriend, having family and close friends here and also the change in climate - Glasgow seems to be permanently Grey.

Q: You released a great LP “White Rainbow” on Turbo Recordings at the end of 2010 how did this come to be released on Tiga’s Turbo Recording?

A:  Tiga had heard my first Album on Parisian Label ‘Missive’. He supported pretty much half of the album and about a year after its release, his brother Thomas got in touch about doing the second Album on Turbo.

Q: How and why did you get into electronic music?

A:  I studied music at College then University. I started to mess about with the machines during studies and everything I was doing through the courses seemed pretty irrelevant to what I really wanted to do – Production. From there I started my own production name and began to release music and play out.

Q:  At your gigs do you play records, CDs or are you computer based?

A: When I’m dj’ing I’m CD based.

Q: In a club situation what do you think works better, a live performance or a dj?

A: I definitely think DJ’ing works better. When you’re doing a live performance with Techno etc, I sometimes feel you’re limited to what you can offer. If the crowd isn’t feeling it - it’s much easier to scope out what works and what doesn’t while DJ’ing.

Q: Do you use any hardware in your production or is it all made on computer?

A:  I’m mainly all Software based. When living in Glasgow I was half hardware - half software but studio space at the moment is only slightly limiting.

Q: What other releases and projects are you working on?

A:  I’m currently working on 2 new EP’s for Turbo, one of which is a release with a Midland remix. There’s talk of the third Album but at the moment I prefer to not think about an Album based project. I think if the whole Album idea is over thought it can take away some of the natural process with the thought of it being forced out. There’s also talk of a new collaboration with someone but I think that’s all I can about that for the time being :o) 

Q: What are your ambitions for the future?

A:  To compose music to a full film script. I’ve been working with small scripts/short films but I’m looking for the next step.                    

Q: What makes a good party for you?

A:  Good sound system, good tunes, friends & beer.           

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Socialeyes presents Robin Ball & the Groove Pleasure Soundsystem

Eye eye party people, please come and join Socialeyes as we travel to West London for a spring warm-up in what is fast becoming West London’s best venue for underground dance music, the Raving Buddha.

Robin Ball, captain chief of the brilliant Socialeyes parties is treating West Londoners to a semi-live performance with his Groove Pleasure Soundsystem.  Debuting at Corsica Studios back in January, he and his skilled crew of tech-house, disco, jamming wizards perform live to the backing of Robin’s deft DJ skills. 

The Raving Buddha, which boasts the favourite sound system of choice, the Funktion One system, is a small new venue, launched recently by London event promoters Proactive, responsible for the recent Drumcode and Cocoon warehouse parties.  With everyone from Luke Solomon to the Freestylers playing there, it provides the perfect spot for Socialeyes and a Saturday evening drink with a backdrop of tech-house grooves.

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Maher Daniel - The Montreal man in Stereo

Socialeyes are big fans of rising techouse star Maher Daniel! Here we discuss with him where the Montreal club scene is at, his musical inspirations and how his production process consists of a cup of coffee and a cigarette.

Q: You currently reside in Montreal Canada is that where you were born and grew up?

A:  First off thanks for having me. I was born in San Francisco and then grew up between Dubai and Montreal. I have been in Montreal for the last 12 years.

Q: Does Montreal have a strong music and club scene and what’s your favorite club there and why?

A:  Montreal used to have an amazing scene; we used to be compared to Europe but I believe the city has taken a big hit in the last 5 years. Although I am happy to say that the scene is definitely coming back in full force and it’s starting to flourish once again. We have an amazing outdoor party in the summer known as Piknic Electronik, which is held every Sunday afternoon from 1pm-10pm. The organizers also do a winter festival called Igloofest, which is out of control in the best of ways. Montreal also hosts the Mutek festival, which is incredible and really brings out another side of dance music to Montreal.

As for best club in Montreal…if you ask anyone in Montreal and even around the world, Stereo is the best club in Montreal. World renowned, it’s hailed as a temple for clubbers & the best sound system in North America. The venue, the atmosphere, the people…it’s just brilliant. You just feel like you are at home with a huge pumping sound system.

Q: Would you say Montreal has influenced your musical style?

A:   Montreal has influenced me a lot in the music that I play. It has helped me grow and develop as an artist. There are a couple of really solid, young artists in this city that I’ve had the pleasure of performing with. Notably, Nadir Agha (aka Ostrich), Hakim Guelmi & Matt Brancatella.

Q: How and why did you get into electronic music?

A:  I blame my big brother, hahaha. When he came to Dubai for Christmas break back in 96/97, he picked me up from school and playing in the car was Sasha and John Digweed’s Northern Exposure compilation. At first I was like WTF is this?! But that’s when it snowballed, and here I am…14 years later.

Q: Do you get time to listen to other music and if so what music do you take inspiration from?

A:  I definitely do listen to other music when I’m not listening to dance music. My girlfriend has the best Indie playlist so I’m always listening to that when we’re together.  I also listen to a lot of down tempo electronica, chill out, old school hip hop, soul and funk. All of that is really inspiring to me.

I think every type of genre I listen to has some bit of inspiration, everything is produced and written differently and I think grasping all of that knowledge really helps when I write my music. 

Q: If you were going out to a gig which artist or dj would you most like to hear?

A: That’s a tough one so many great DJs out there that I love listening to and dancing to. It’s really hard to pick just one. Some names that come to mind are Steve Bug, Visionquest, Bill Patrick, Marco Carola & Nicolas Jaar.

Q:  At your gigs do you play records, CDs or are you computer based?

A: I play both records and CDs. I’ve recently started loading up play lists onto hard drives in case the venues I’m playing have CDJ 2000s because that allows me to bring more records with me when I play out. I haven’t launched myself into the whole digital DJ era just yet. Quite frankly, I don’t see myself using such programs as Traktor to mix records.

Q: In a club situation what do you think works better, a live performance or a dj?

A: They both work equally but I think it really comes down to the artist, whether it’s a live performance or a DJ set. Whichever platform you are using if you do not interact with the crowd, it gets a little boring. The whole idea of staring at your laptop the whole time is kind of weird for me.

Q: How does your music production process work?

A: I start off with a cup of coffee and a cigarette and it usually all comes about on its own, depending on how I’m feeling & what I want to write. If I want to go deep/housey/techy, that’s where my mind goes and from there, it just flows.

Q: Do you use any hardware in your production or is it all made on computer?

A:  I do use hardware. I think it’s important to have external hardware. It sounds so different relative to soft synths. I run a Roland JX305 groove synth, a Virus B, a Novation Supernova, a Korg Electribe and occasionally a MS2000…all of these alongside my Protools rig.

Q:  I hear rumors that you’re doing a remix of ‘Strings of Life’ on Defected, tell me more?

A: It’s not a rumor ;) It’s true, I was asked to remix Soul Central’s  - Strings of Life for Defected. This came about after my release on Joris Voorn and Edwin Oosterwal’s Rejected Records.

Q: What other releases and projects are you working on?

A: I have a new single coming out on Tiefschwarz’s new compilation “In The City” as well as an EP to follow up that single. There is a new single coming out on Get Physical Music. I have collaboration with Mathew Dekay coming out on Pier Bucci’s label, Maruca and then a few collaborations with Matt Tolfrey…roughly 4 or 5 records that we have written together.  I’m also in the process of working on my first artist album. I’m really excited about how things have been moving & how fortunate I am to be working with such great talent.

Q: Do you have any exciting gigs coming up?

A: For the moment I’m really keeping it tame as I’m working in the studio and pushing really hard before Miami’s WMC in March. That being said, I maintain my monthly residency at Stereo Afterhours.

Q: What are your ambitions for the future?

A: To really keep pushing hard musically. Spreading my music to my fans and to the people
Who have supported me & put up with me throughout the years is probably what I aspire to most. That, and bringing together a live performance is definitely in my plans.

Interview by Robin Ball

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Socialeyes presents: Groove Pleasure Soundsystem

On Saturday 22nd January, Socialeyes returns to Corsica Studios for something a little bit special, the birth of the Groove Pleasure Soundsystem! Groove Pleasure and Socialeyes creator Robin Ball debuts this new concept for Socialeyes where he invites musicians and vocalists to add a live element to his dj sets. Robin says “I’ve had a dream to do this happen since seeing the Massive Attack Soundsystem in the early 90’s at the Glastonbury Festival, I had seen reggae dub djs playing whilst an MC sang but Massive Attack were doing it with dance music and it blew me away! What I will be doing is bringing this idea in a modern form to our Socialeyes night at Corsica Studios.”

Currently Groove Pleasure and Groovepressure are the names given to the 2 rooms at Socialeyes parties, they represent the different sides to Robin’s musical passions, Groove Pleasure covers house, techno, electro & disco whilst Groovepressure covers dubstep, breaks, beats & bass (expect to see a Groovepressure Soundsystem in the future). They are also the names of his previous record labels and parties in the UK & France and are currently the titles to his radio shows on Samurai FM; 

8 Reasons to come and witness the debut performance from the Groove Pleasure Soundsystem and Socialeyes with us;

1.  It’s a new religion, you need to make a pilgrimage to Elephant and Castle on the third Saturday in January!
2.  You will be able to say you were at the first ever Groove Pleasure Soundsystem event!
3.  That wagon you're on is too heavy, someone needs to jump off!
4.  Dancing is more pleasurable than 1000 press ups!
5.  It’s at Corsica Studios, immense sound system and all!
6.  It’s only £6 for an advanced ticket and drinks are very reasonably priced!
7.  Bass is good for the soul, so said the Dalai Lama 2011!
8.  It’s my birthday party!

DJ + live elements
SATURDAY 22nd January 2011
22.00 - 06:00
House, Techno, Electro, Disco
@ Corsica studios
4/5 Elephant Road, London SE17 1LB
Nearest Tube: Elephant & Castle
Tickets £6 in advance from:
Tel:  07956 375370