Going Out - Justin Robertson At The Berkeley Suite

Another weekend and another fantastic gig at The Berkeley Suite in Glasgow. Tonight (Friday 8th March) Justin Robertson (Deadstock 33s) mans the turntables at one of Glasgow's greatest club spaces for a night of electronic sounds and twisted disco.
Justin Robertson's career in dance music dates all the way back to the Madchester days when he was spinning at clubs like Spice and Most Excellent, often frequented by two lads called Tom and Ed who would later become The Chemical Brothers. Now based in London, Robertson fulfills roles as DJ, producer and lead singer of band Thee Earls.

As a DJ, Justin wears several hats besides the naff one on his head. Regulars to London nights Bugged Out and Together will be familiar with his mixture of ravey acid techno and electronic house while those who frequent Gay Mod and Sunday Best will know him for his eclectic sets of reggae, northern soul and pop.

In the studio, Robertson has reworked Bjork, Felix Da Housecat, Chicken Lips and Kiki & Silversurfer. He also released an album of primitive house and new wave disco 'Justin Robertson presents Revtone' on Nuphonic in 2001. Robertson also penned 'Push and Shove' the gospel-tinged song on Fatboy Slim's fourth album 'Palookaville'.

Warm up for the night comes from Craig Moog(Piece Together) who will be providing a soundtrack of electronica and disco to get the party started.

Tickets are £5 on the door and runs from 11.00pm till 3am. Don't miss this!

For more info check out www.berkeleysuite.com


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