General Echo
Thursday 11th November

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Regular reggae disco in North-East London playing dub, dancehall, roots, rockers, ska, rocksteady and other bass transmissions on two turntables and a space echo. The night is named after sadly departed MC Earl Anthony Robinson, the voice behind classic deejay tunes such as “Drunken Master”.


For our November session we’re excited to welcome back Debbie Smith to Walthamstow. Debbie is perhaps best known as a guitarist for groups such as Curve, Echobelly, Snowpony, Blindness, The London Dirthole Company, and many more (including my personal favourites, Ye Nuns, an all female tribute to The Monks). Debbie is also an incredible DJ as well, co-running the great Nitty Gritty night for many years in the basement of the Constitution in Camden, spinning 60s soul, early R&B, and fuzzed-out garage sounds. She last selected for us back in December 2017 where she had the dancefloor rocking at the much-missed Victoria with a killer box of ska, rocksteady and two tone. Really looking forward to this return visit!  

Come down and listen to some of the greatest music ever made in a beautiful old school club.

Free for Trades Hall Members
£3 Guests and non-members
Please help the trades staff by bringing the correct money for entry.
Also please note there are no advance tickets.

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