SUNK – Saturday 9th November 2013

After the success of the first SUNK party link, our next venture sees us back on dry land for what will surely be something special. The SUNK ethos is to throw parties that are interesting and a bit different – whether that be the location, the DJ, or in this case the live artist. When we were considering what to do next – or more to the point who we wanted to hear ­ – one name stood out from the pack. We think he’s made some of the most innovative, creative and deepest electronic music of the last few years. And we are not alone.Through his work as GB (Gifted & Blessed), under pseudonyms The Abstract Eye and The Reflektor, and via collaborations with J*DaVeY, Spacek, Airto Moreira and Flora Purim, Jody Watley and many others, Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker has – in his own words – integrated the technological with the spiritual and ancestral. His is a unique sound – one that could only have come from the mind and machines of GB.So for this, his only UK date, GB is flying in from the US with his synths, drum machines, and effects, etc, to play for us at an intimate and private venue (London SE1). This live set will coincide with the release of new work, an album entitled Within These Machines. Check it here : LINK
Supporting GB will be the SUNK crew of truly-madly, Andy Green and Chris Chippindale, bringing their individual yet interlocking visions of house and techno. We’ve got a wicked space, great sound, full bar and music to lose yourself to -­ now all we need is you…
This will be an all ticket event and capacity is very limited, so if you want to come PLEASE get your ticket quickly – we don’t expect them to hang around for long. Tickets are £10 in advance only, there will be no entry on the door. To purchase your ticket, and for more information, email us at :
Venue : Private Location, SE1, London, UK

Harri & Dom – Subculture at South Place Hotel, London (29/09/13)



For the last weekend of September 2013 the Sub Club crew invaded London to squeeze the very last goodness out of the summer. Harri and Domenic were the highlights on the rooftop of South Place for the hotel’s final terrace party of the year. As a wee taster, this is the first 80 mins recording of what went down in London town…