comm•une are celebrating their third birthday by hosting one last party at the soon to be closed Dance Tunnel, which has been their London home since the club first opened its doors.
They’ve called upon the powers of Al Kent, Glasgow’s answer to Walter Gibbons, who’ll be bringing his vast collection of rare soul and disco. Al first made waves launching the Million Dollar Disco label back in the ’90s and regularly contributing to the BBE label’s compilation releases, with the Disco Love series probably being his best known work. As well as being known for dropping his killer disco edits into his sets, his signature style of flicking between dusty rare groove to bona-fide classics ensures he elevates dance floors across the board each and every time.
Also featuring on the night will be south London duo Phrased, who’ll be showcasing a live hardware performance first seen in their impressive live Boiler Room set from late last year. They’re the main forces behind London label LB Produce, which is where the majority of their own productions have been released from. They’ve promised a string of head-turning releases for the rest of 2016, continuing to explore dance floor territories with their love of old hardware.
Usual support comes from comm•une residents, with early bird tickets now available on Resident Advisor.
Here’s a classic Al Kent edit to warm things up!