Brixton Buzz is teaming up with Brixton’s long running Offline Club to put on another big party in the ballroom of the Brixton Dogstar tonight in Coldharbour Lane tonight (Sat 4th Feb) – and we’ll be rocking the place until 3am!
Described as being ‘like someone’s friendly house party, opened up for the general public,’ the Offline Club nights are now one of Brixton’s longest running parties, and are renown for their fun and eclectic music policy.
We’ll be in the Ballroom at the Dogstar on Brixton’s Coldharbour Lane – that’s on the first floor – and there will be Offline DJs serving up a spontaneous, fast moving, genre-leaping mix of pop-tastic party sounds.
We play: Hot Chip, Jay-Z, MGMT, Grandmaster Flash, The Cure, The Smiths/Morrissey, Kelis, Missy Elliott, Prince, Michael Jackson, Sean Paul, David Bowie, Missy Elliot, Destinys Child, Kate Bush, Deekline, Iggy Pop, Drake, Blur, Pixies, Nelly, Le Tigre, Bonnie Tyler, Bob Marley, Killers, Specials, Outkast, Chemical Brothers, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Clash, White Stripes, Kate Bush, Toots & The Maytals and more!
On the decks will be DJs DJ Editor and Bobby Bauhaus spinning tunes from Prince Buster to Beyoncé to Blondie in a fun, party-fuelled atmosphere – and if that doesn’t convince you to come down and party, check out photos of a recent show or read some of the press reviews:
Brilliantly eclectic… always a roadblock – it’s that good! ” TIME OUT
“The party to end all parties ” South London Press
“Like someone’s friendly house party, opened up for the general public….Entertaining, friendly, and free.” Londonist
“A terrific night of fun.” Richard Herring
“Offline… Always edgy, consistently unpredictable and genuinely good” South London Press
Date: Saturday 4th February, 11pm-3am
Offline Club in the Dogstar Ballroom (1st floor)
Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, SW9 8LN
10pm-3am. Free before 10pm, £5 after.
Expect a hearty, ale-fuelled onslaught of ska, dancehall, disco, soul, punk, rock’n’roll, big band and rockabilly in a floor stomping package.
BARON BOBBY BAUHAUS (charcoal soul)
More mysterious than Robert Smith’s eyeliner bag, Bobby gets dancefloors rocking with quirky, darkside indie-pop and kohl-smudging breakbeats.