Afrodisiac is the City’s brand new Friday night, bringing shades of Ibiza blended with 70s disco funk to a rooftop high above London. Think nudisco, Afrobeats, funk and disco house; cocktails, champagne, bar snacks and good vibes until late.
On Friday 3rd May DJ Complexion will be kicking off the bank holiday from 3pm, followed by Lulah from 6pm and Izaak Gray from 9pm will be kicking off the bank holiday weekend in style, spinning disco all night from 6pm. Book your table now or get in touch to hear about drinks packages on email@example.com.
Lulah Francs is a techno/disco/Chicago house DJ, singer and producer. Growing up between London and Ibiza, Lulah was immersed in music from day 1 and the soundtrack to her childhood was more Frankie Knuckles and Defected than nursery rhymes and pop music. On her first ever visit to DC10 Lulah fell in love with art of DJ-ing and her determination to carve out her own place in the industry hasn’t wavered since.
Following a 3 month residency at the W Hotel in Amman Lulah is back in London and already has venues and and promoters signing her up. A residency with established club night Eighth Avenue will see her play gritty East End venues as well as smart locations like Cuckoo Club and Kings Road favourite, Embargo Republica.
This summer brings private parties in Ibiza as well as two slots confirmed for Glastonbury Festival. Low-key bar/restaurant and hotel sets are all firm favourites for Lulah Francs as well, as she has the versatility and also loves to play mellow beats and deep house.
DJ IZAAK GRAY
East London Audio head-honcho Izaak Gray brings a unique and tireless energy, enthusiasm, and technical ability to the decks, as informed by his skills as an engineer, musician and record collector. With a unique sound with influenced by global music and underground beats, he’s become a popular vinyl-only DJ, playing at Spiritland, Brilliant Corners, Nine Lives, Chiltern Firehouse and other audiophile venues across London.
As one half of world dance fusion duo, Earthboogie his sets feature unknown international classics from South America, Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa.