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New Scenery: Peach, Aurora, P. Jelly and Momo

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Thu 23 Nov
11PM - 3AM

DJs: Peach, Aurora, P. Jelly, Momo


We’re taking the party to Brighton for a night of exquisite techno from the finest DJ’s around.

NEW SCENERY ± is a platform for women and non binary producers and DJS, donating proceeds to charity.

The night will be in aid of Brighton’s Women’s Centre, whose aim is to empower women and children to improve their life chances and lead independent lives. Read more about BWC at the link —>(http://www.womenscentre.org.uk/about/)


Peach – https://soundcloud.com/ohpeach
Toronto’s Peach is most frequently found on the internet radio waves & in various raves. Her show Snacktime on Radar Radio has grown to be a station favourite, where she shares a 2hr slot with musically likeminded pals from Canada & beyond. Now based in London, she’s played bills with artists such as Kyle Hall, Andres, Umfang, Shanti Celeste, DJ Fettburger, and more. Expect carefully selected cuts to keep you dancing late.

Aurora – dj – https://soundcloud.com/aurora-mitchell
London based DJ Aurora started off as a resident at ambient day party New Atlantis, where she plays every month. More recently, she founded club night Spectral, which brings weird and freaky sounds from rising selectors across the UK to Peckham basement Rye Wax. She can also be found playing records on a bimonthly basis on Radar Radio in the nocturnal hours. She recently did a guest mix for Beatrice Dillon’s NTS show and has started producing music under the name Vampire Crab. Her sets combine ambient, creeping, emotional acid, alien sounding techno and oddball house.

P.Jelly is a genus-spanning specimen that defies traditional classification. A deciduous woody shrub which is native to the UK. It has been identified in various spots around South London as well as in Leeds and Brighton. The mature specimen will produce distinctive bipinnate crests at the apex of each frond, which are prized in many cultures for their mystic qualities. Expect to hear spaced out, eerie sounds, which are secreted from the buds at night. Warning: consumption of the buds causes rapid stimulation of the prefrontal cortex.

Momo, Discojuice’s newcomer resident, can be found all over Brighton and its airwaves. With guest appearances on Patterns Radio, Platform B and Reprezent Radio, Momo has demonstrated her decadently eclectic taste varying from disco, groove-infused house, experimental, techno and virtually anything that makes you move. Featured on the lineups of Rye Wax with Champagne Funk and Friends, Brighton favourite Al Duomos with Byron the Aquarius and K15 and now Patterns. We can’t wait for this one!

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