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Shiftless Shuffle Two Room Speial part 2 on Sunday 18th November 2018
On Sunday 18th November, JazzCotech bring together two iconic club sessions as part of their Shiftless Shuffle Winter special in a 2 room Exclusive at Trapeze in Shoreditch! Featuring 5 of the UK’s most prolific DJs who started the JazzFunk and Dancefloor Jazz phenomenon which is still thriving today.
Upstairs: Crackers with DJs George Power, Eon Irvin, Double M & special Guest Paul Trouble Anderson. SpinningBoogie, Soul, Rare Groove, Funk and Disco.
Downstairs: Shiftless Shuffle with DJs Paul Murphy, Colin Parnell & Boo spinning Vinyl sets of Dancefloor Jazz, JazzFunk and more with some of best Dancers around in session!
George Power is well known as Crackers’ leading DJ, Kiss FM founding Director and London Greek Radio boss, as well as Nice & Ripe Records Director and now the boss of Crackers Radio! Paul Murphy, Colin Parnell & Boo DJd at the UK’s JazzFunk and Dancefloor Jazz sessions in the days before they became trendy and set the benchmark for us all to follow. These are the DJs who shaped the sound of young London in the ‘70s and early ‘80s so this will be a special for the clubbing history books! Paul Trouble Anderson is known all over the world, as a DJ as well as a Producer. Now in his 42nd year of DJing, he’s truly earned the title ‘legend’, and there’s no stopping him yet!
Support will come in the shape of DJs Eon Irving, Double M and Perry Louis – you’ll do the dancing!
This session will be off the hook and talked about for months to come so don’t miss it and get your tickets now to guarantee your part in it!
Music Genres: Disco, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Soul
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