Go out and stay out all night. Here's your essential party schedule for this weekend...
XOYO resident Heidi’s reign at the club is starting to head to a close. Catch her while you can alongside German electronic music legends Phillip Lauer and Gerd Janson, performing as supergroup Tuff City Kids. Plus Honey Dijon, bringing underground house sounds from across the US. XOYO. Fri Nov 25.
If you just can’t get enough of ’80s bangers then head to Scared to Dance this week for indie tunes plus Depeche Mode’s greatest hits. The Victoria. Fri Nov 25.
Mark the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality with this swing dance and feast. New Unity. Sat Nov 26.
Stoke Newington: the home of brunch, overpriced kitchen utensils and now LA’s premiere French ’60s pop night. Minijupe launches in the UK with sets from pop culture expert Jean-Emmanuel Dubois and Belle & Sebastian’s Chris Geddes. Expect Yé-Yé, French beat, pop and soul sounds. On vinyl, obvs. Stereo92. Sat Nov 26.
Half Baked started in 2009 as a series of Sunday daytime events, but they’re celebrating their seventh birthday with a big Saturday night. Expect minimal house from the likes of Romanian DJ trio RPR Soundsystem. Half the profits will go to Fabric’s #saveourculture campaign. Great Suffolk St Warehouse. Sat Nov 26.
Notorious party planners The Hydra are teaming up with Croatian underground electronic festival Dimensions for a fifth birthday party featuring Detroit techno legends Moodymann and Omar-S. Studio Spaces E1. Sat Nov 26.
A great tribute to the most seminal club in history – NYC’s pioneering underground disco Paradise Garage – this pm-midnight event features sets from Larry Levan disciples like Jellybean Benitez and David DePino. Ministry of Sound. Sun Nov 27.
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