Join Jazz FM and the Broken Hearts DJs for swing night Peppermint Candy
See Paul Ross’s favourites Top Shelf Jazz perform all the swing hits, followed by the hippest swing-hop MCs in town, The Correspondents, mixing it up with grime and dubstep over swing favourites and new tracks from their new ‘What Happened to Soho’ EP.
But the night doesn’t stop there. Carry on swinging with your hosts, the gorgeous vintage style icons Broken Hearts DJs, Paul Golledge of Mouthful O’ Jam fame, complete with his original Art Deco decks and a suitcase full of 78s, Mikyla from the cooler-than-thou girl DJ outfit The She Set, always resplendent in her 1920s costumes, and last but definitely not least, Nick Hollywood from Freshly Squeezed Records, and genius behind the White Mink: Black Cotton compilation and club series.
And if that wasn’t enough, the first fifty to arrive will receive special goody bags from Tatty Devine, containing a bespoke Peppermint Candy necklace (for one lucky guest), a Tatty Devine Cockatiel ring with a Swarovski crystal eye, Peppermint sweets, and a copy of the Peppermint Candy compilation, before it hits the shops on 18th July. There will also be complimentary Hummingbird Cupcakes for all, and a speciallly created Peppermint Candy cocktail will be available for this night only at the bar.
The Correspondents, Top Shelf Jazz
Broken Hearts DJs, Nick Hollywood (Freshly Squeezed), Paul Golledge (Mouthful O’ Jam), Mikyla (The She Set)
Free Tatty Devine/ Peppermint Candy good bags for first fifty + complimentary Hummingbird Cupcakes
£15 for music and DJs, £50 for complimentary cocktail & three-course dinner.
6 July 2011
Doors open at 9pm.
The Cobden Club
170 Kensal Road
Nearest Tube: Kensal Green