Saturday, 26 October 2013


Hello, hope you're well, and welcome to the Autumn Work Them News Blog. Some stuff is going down, literally and on this page, so listen up, gather round, get involved, keep on scrollin'.

Work Them and Soup Kitchen are delighted to be able to team up to present a very special evening in the company of Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, DJs and promoters of perhaps New York's finest party, Mister Saturday Night.

An all-encompassing, genre free party focused on music and community in the classic New York mould, Mister don't bring their style just anywhere, which is why it's a privilege to host them in the basement of Soup Kitchen. Their stateside parties, whether in the early hours at a Brooklyn loft or the summer sunshine of their weekly Mister Sunday block parties, have attracted a devoted, eclectic following of locals and dance pilgrims.
Meanwhile, the Mister Saturday Night label is just seven releases deep, but has impacted sound systems and record collections internationally, showcasing the likes of Dark Sky, Alex Burkat, and of course, Anthony Naples, whose 'Mad Disrespect' has been a deck rushing Work Them fixture throughout 2013.
Guests at Mister Saturday Night have included Caribou, Todd Terje, Greg Wilson, Optimo, Joy Orbison and Four Tet, but with a firm focus on the resident DJs. Justin and Eamon are simply two of the best around, as this recording from Mister Sunday back in June does more than enough to prove...
Mister Saturday Night will be performing an extended set until close with support from our own John Loveless early doors.

Tickets are £8 in advance and £10 on the door. We realise/feel vaguely uncomfortable about this being a little more than usual at Work Them, but this is something we really wanted to make (and nearly didn't) happen, not to mention, MSN will be playing for between three and four hours, so you'll really be able to lock in to what will no doubt be a fucking stellar selection of records that have crossed the Atlantic ocean. They're even bringing their own mixer, if not their own outdoor dance grove.

What's more, we do have some limited £6 only tickets available here on Skiddle, or if you like, also here on RA. These will not be around too long, then it's £8/10, so surrender to the possibility of discount whilst there's still time!


Once you're all done with 2 hours of MSN at their best, you can download and catch up with the John Loveless Work Them Autumn 2013 Mix, described (by John, obviously) as "deviating from the usual warm up with an hour of some frenetic, fucked up club material with the occasional poignant moment." Mixed live and drunk on a dying controller for express rawness. 

John will be representing Work Them at an upcoming event next month, the rather directly titled Love Boobs, Hate Cancer in aid of Breast Cancer Care, and featuring a line up of disco fiends and pals including Ste Spandex and Metrodome, who incidentally, go back to back on the latest, stonking Wet Play release. Details can be found here. You're bound to here some mad records for a top cause, and the sound system upstairs at Odder is surprisingly strong to boot.

So that' us. Direct any queries towards the Facebook event and otherwise, see you on the floor

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