March 5, 2013
The records they play range from the late ’50s greasy R&B, to the Storming Soul of the ’60s, to US Garage and British Beat. Tunes that slipped through the cracks the first time around, resurrected by the most discerning. The club assembles its DJ roster with one thing in mind – the dance floor. Alongside the rare records that never made it, they’ll drop those heavy Motown sides that you know and love. In this mix, all these tunes feel just as party-starting as the day they were released.The Blackeyed Soul Club is a place for vinyl purists, for Mods and Rockabilly kids, for Indie types but most of all for anyone who wants to come dance and party without the kitsch of the usual ‘sixties’ scenes. It’s for anybody and everybody.