Celebrating 20 Years of Trouble's Loft

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Paul 'Trouble' Anderson has been a key player in the UK club and underground scenes for over two decades, earning the nickname Trouble after his blend of soul, reggae and house was labelled as troublefunk. As well as helping to pioneer Kiss FM in both its pirate and legal guises, Anderson is also known for his Loft nights – established in 1993, they showcased some of the finest funk, soul and boogie artists around. Twenty years later and the time seems right to celebrate all that was great about Loft, with past and president residents, including long-standing UK DJ talent and label owner Phil Asher, house and soul singer vocalist Lisa Millett will be performing live with jazz saxophonist Nathan Haines, while upstairs, there's a Loft boogie going on, with head honcho Anderson playing a special boogie set, alongside Johnny Reckless and Chrissy T, and downstairs Anderson steps up again, this time next to Neil Pierce, Funkie P and Simon Andrews. The event has now been moved to Nomad on Old Street, after original location East Village is relocating its current events due to a temporarily suspended license.

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