As the sunshine weekends kick in there’s nothing better than trying out a great new party.
The independent record label, Househead London, is throwing a party to celebrate its first anniversary for lovers of House music.
That Perfect Beat will host at a new venue in Waterloo, The Aures, located under Waterloo railway station in a beautifully restored rail arch in Leake Street.
Having stacked up three sold-out events since January, The Perfect Beat’s party at Aures is continuing the party vibe in an underground-style club setting, offset by an outside Marquee space to relax in.
Championing the ever-evolving sounds of the underground musical mix across the soulful, Afro and deep house spectrum, The Perfect Beat is guaranteed to ignite the dance floor.
With a high calibre line up of House music DJs, The Perfect Beat is offering the funkier side of House with DJ Craig Wood who combines House vocals, disco rhythm and warm fuzzy synths.
Mr Wood is accompanied on the stage by DJ, Deli G.
Lee Coffey, Househead London creative director said: “We touch a vital chord in the current clubbing landscape and I think it’s down to our constantly evolving and updating approach.
“We’re keeping The Perfect Beat at the cutting edge both musically and in terms of production and we’re blessed with a wonderfully inclusive up for it crowd that never want to go home.”
The full line up features DJs Johnny Reckless, Rap Saunders, Craig Smith, Deli G, Steve Parr and Nick Standen.
That Perfect Beat will open at Aures, 18 Leake Street, Waterloo, on Saturday, June 17.
Picture: Partygoers at a previous Househead event Picture: Househead
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