Spray - synth pop gig + John Peel inspired DJ set on Monday 22nd October 2018
Electronic duo Spray bring bright and catchy synth pop to Merton Arts Space, which is uniquely set in the picturesque Wimbledon Library.
The anarchic indie-techno outfit’s Ricardo Autobahn is best remembered for the massive dance hit Cognoscenti Vs Intelligentsia (also known as 'The Hamster Song'!), by The Cuban Boys, which John Peel chose as one of his top songs for his famous Festive 50 countdowns on BBC Radio. He also plays keyboards with cult indie pop band Helen Love.
Jenny McLaren completes the line-up with her powerful vocals on songs that sound like instant club classics. Jenny has a successful sideline in vocalising club/dance records.
The band has also had their single I Am Gothic appear in the Xbox game Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 3.
For fans of 80s pop, 90s dance and techno, and sharp lyrics.
Spray will be joined by DJ Venice Hopper who will play a set of tunes inspired by the late John Peel.
Come and party among the book shelves – with a fully licensed bar – for an unforgettable night, in the heart of Wimbledon Town Centre!
Easily reachable from the Victoria Line, just 10 minutes overground from Vauxhall. Or just 20 minutes from Waterloo.
Music Genres: Alternative, Club Classics, Electro, Electronic, Pop
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