Wednesday, October 12, 2005

 

THE SUNDAY JOINT - PRESS RELEASE

Sundays, commencing Sunday, 30th October
From 18:00 – 24:00
SENSES
c/Carmen 74, El Raval, Barcelona 08001
Entrance Free

What Is The Sunday Joint?
The Sunday Joint is a new club commencing in Barcelona at the end of October. Every Sunday evening DJ / Promoters, Roger C and Lloyd Thomas will be presenting a finely prepared menu of funky beats and visuals, in elegant and comfortable surroundings. The perfect crossover from Saturday night to Monday morning.

Where Is The Sunday Joint?
At a brand new bar in El Raval, Senses – intimate and simple, with low-level sofas and tables, cosy corners and low lights. Complete with a fully stocked bar and excellent high-quality sound system.

What Music Plays At The Sunday Joint?
A thick and tasty stew of Funk, Soul, Jazz Breaks, Roots Reggae flavoured with some Latin Boogaloo and spiced with a little Afrobeat and Old-School Hip-Hop. A delicate blend of tunes both classic, rare and contemporary… James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, Stax, Betty Davis, Sly Stone, The Meters & Soul Jazz… Willie Bobo, Ray Barretto, Fania & Vampisoul… through to the 21st Century sounds of Quantic Soul Orchestra, Jamie Lidell, Plantlife, Sharon Jones, Ninja Tunes and Quannum. A simmering cauldron of beats & breaks, where anything goes as long as the main ingredient is SOUL.

Who DJ’s At The Sunday Joint?
• Lloyd Thomas – if all the beats in this man’s laptop were laid end-to-end, they would reach the moon. Lloyd has played extensively in the UK and also at a great many barrio bars in his occasional home of Medellin, Columbia.
• Roger C – a DJ for twenty years, there are not many places where Roger has not spun his extensive collection of vinyl & cds. He started the original Sunday Joint in 1997 where it ran for a year at the Vortex Jazz Bar in North London, providing a platform for local DJ’s and musicians to perform. After re-locating to Australia in 1999, Roger started the second Sunday Joint in the Glebe, Sydney which ran throughout the long hot summer of 1999 – 2000. This led to a two year DJ residency on Eastside Radio in Sydney – producing his own soul & funk show “Fight The Power”.
• Online DJ mixes are available from the website below.

How Can I Get More Information On The Sunday Joint?
Email: sundayjoint@fastmail.fm
Web: http://sundayjoint.blogspot.com


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