Lover of music not genres.
Annabel has over 18 years experience DJing and collecting records. Resident DJ for NTS Radio and Hidden Club Salford. She will take you from one place to another with her eclectic genre-free sets. Playing the full spectrum of music from straight-up raw Techno to Post-Punk to New York Disco & beyond.
Support from Heavenly Jukebox and C&S Strategies
Check her out here: https://soundcloud.com/belladisco
SEA READ live at The Social
17th October 2017
+ MORE TBA
MORE INFO HERE
We’re sad that Liv Siddall, Rough Trade Magazine’s editor is moving onto pastures new.
Liv started the magazine & we love reading it here at Heavenly.
Look back, read and purchase all 18 issues of the magazine here.
Listen to Liv’s final Rough Trade podcast.
There is a new music night at The Social called Honey Fungus and this month their brining three artists to W1 for a night of great sounds.
Honey Fungus presents:
The Love Company
60s Space Engine
It’s a bargain, £3 on the door and there will be DJ’s till’ late.
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Saturday celebrated 40 years of Ian Dury’s critically acclaimed record ‘New Boots & Panties!!’
Released on September 30th, 1977 on Stiff Records, it’s a classic.
Plus, spot a young Baxter Dury on the cover next to Ian.
For the October edition of the Heavenly Films night we are hosting something very special indeed. The first London screening since 2009 of Kieran Evans’ acclaimed documentary about Folk legend Vashti Bunyan.
Vashti’s story of exploitation, resignation, exile and rediscovery is one of this century’s most enduring musical legends.
BAFTA winner Kieran Evans’ gorgeously shot, achingly intimate portrait retraces Bunyan’s infamous voyage by gyspy caravan, from Inner London to the Outer Hebrides, during which she wrote her stunning, commercially disastrous 1970 album ‘Just Another Diamond Day’.
The film explores a slice of Bunyan’s life in loving detail, pausing only to wonder at the enduring charm and mystery of this prodigious, prodigal talent.
The screening will be followed by a rare Q&A session with Vashti hosted by Travis Elborough.
Tickets are likely to sell out so pre-odering from the link here is recommended:
TICKETS & INFO HERE