November 29, 2016
Thurs 1st: Dom Servini – World class funk action for the Wah Wah 45s head honcho.
Fri 2nd: Nick Luscombe – A long time Music at Merchants favourite, we welcome Nick’s return.
Sat 3rd: Katie Barber – One half of Adventures in Paradise, one hell of a DJ.
Sun 4th: Fergus McDonald – If you’ve tuned into his NTS radio show, you’ll know this is not to be missed.
Wed 7th: Carl Gosling – Heavenly in everything he does.
Thurs 8th: Sam Don – The Don goes deep once again on the Merchants turntables.
Fri 9th: Reference Point – Mark ‘Good Vibes’ Taylor and musical cohort George Arthur share the good times with MT.
Sat 10th: Andy Devine – The Purple Radio Saturday-nighter brings some of that magic to Music at Merchants.
Sun 11th: Graham Erickson – A trip around the world of music with Mr E.
Wed 14th: Count Skylarkin’ – The Dapper Don at the controls with ska, rocksteady, dub and more.
Thurs 15th: Mach V – Deep electronic and acoustic vibes all night long.
Fri 16th: Toby Tobias & Piers Harrison – Mr T and Piers rock you softly.
Sat 17th: Jack S – Funky folk and country rockin’ from our man Jack.
Sun 18th: Andy Pye – The Balearic Social head honcho delves deep into his enviable record collection.
Wed 21st: Michelle Kelly – It’s classy vinyl action all the way from one half of the Adventures in Paradise duo.
Thurs 22nd – Simon Lee – One half of world renowned production duo Faze Action, one hell of a guy.
Fri 23rd: Justin Quirk – A welcome return to Music at Merchants for Q.
Wed 29th: Dom Servini – World class funk action for the Wah Wah 45s head honcho.
Thurs 30th: Elle Andrews – Music at Merchants regular Elle returns with a record bag stuffed with goodness.
Fri 31st: Mr Black, Simon Martin & James Mayall – Bring in the new year with the party-starting Purple Radio trio.
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November 4, 2016
Wed 9th: Sam Don – The Don graces the Music at Merchants turntables once again
Thurs 10th: Shepdog – expect the usual funky happenings, with a heavy dose of soul and reggae in there for good measure
Fri 11th: Rob Butler – The Be With Records boss shares his love of all things vinyl with us lucky, lucky people
Sat 12th: Angus Taylor and David Katz – Saturday night reggae action it is from top chaps Angus & David
Sun 13th: Katie Barber – It’s classy vinyl action all the way from one half of the Adventures in Paradise duo
Wed 16th: Ella Andrews – Music at Merchants regular Elle returns with a record bag stuffed with goodness
Thurs 17th: Kate Holland – Lovingly selected music from far and wide courtesy of Kate H
Fri 18th: DJ Harv – expertly picked latin, jazz and soul grooviness from the man like Harv
Sat 19th: Rik Moran – global rhythms, easy vibes from the Music at Merchants regular
Sun 20th: Bob & James – not Bob James, but close. A welcome return for the two nicest men in showbiz
Wed 23rd: Michelle Kelly – balearic bliss comes as standard from one half of the Adventures in Paradise duo
Thurs 24th: Chris Coco – back from his worldwide DJ travels, the legendary Chris Coco goes deep and wide
Fri 25th: Dom Servini – world-class funk action for the Wah Wah 45s head honcho
Sat 26th: Mr Black & Gareth Harries – the Purple Radio duo bring the Saturday night good time vibes
Sun 27th: Jolyon Green – perfectly picked records from Jolyon’s ridiculously good record collection
Wed 30th: Andy Smith – deep funk, soul, jazz and more on 45 from the selector’s selector
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November 3, 2016
We love our Shoreditch neighbourhood so each month we’re turning the spotlight over to them; whether it be a Merchants regular or a local supplier, artist, musician, or entrepreneur.
In the Spotlight this month is Shoreditch local Alex Outlaw, CMO and Co-Founder at TheIdleMan.com, a new menswear retailer based just off Brick Lane. Alex has lived in Shoreditch for around 6 years and for him the best the the buzz with a new store, restaurant or cool bar opening every week. Here’s Alex’s Shoreditch tips:
Tipple of choice
Head down to Brew Dog on Bethnal Green Road for a pint of Punk Ipa.
Brunch or Lunch
It has to be brunch as I’m not a big eater first thing in the morning and it’s a great excuse to start the party early.
If you are looking for some flowers head down to Columbia Road around 2:30 and grab yourself a bargain, they sell a lot of the stuff off cheap at the end of the day.
Big night out
Hackney Wick is a great place at the moment with loads of cool stuff from Crate Brewery, Grow and Number 90 to name a few…
I went to see the Oasis documentary the other day at the Richmix, so their greatest hits is on constant replay right now.