APPLEBOTTOM (Black Butter Records)
PLASTICIAN (80’s Funk & Boogie Set)
Twisted Hearts (inc. Subculture Sounds and Moses Jazz)
Wild Life! & QOH DJs
This New Year we are excited to announce that due to popular demand ‘Just Juice’ will be returning to the Queen of Hoxton! As always you can expect a carnival of sights and sounds from the east London party crew and this time around they will be transforming our beloved venue into a jungle paradise. With headline DJ sets from Applebottom and Plastician (80s Funk & Boogie Set) as well as a takeovers from Twisted Hearts Club and DJ sets from Wild Life & QOH residents.
You can expect our basement to be transformed into a rainforest jungle complete with vines, tropical animals and of course the usual genre bending mash up of tropical sounds you have grown to expect (and love) to get your musical juices flowing and booty’s bouncing. All this headlined by Black Butter records stalwart Applebottom!
Supporting Applebottom in our basement will be Twisted Hearts Club including Subculture Sounds, Moses Jazz and ‘TH’ residents, now a regular and popular mainstay of Just Juice. Twisted Hearts will bring their own brand of eclectic tropical delights to the night, expect air horns, face painters, dancers, festival décor, giveaways and more!
On the ground floor we welcome one of the UK’s finest and well-respected producers, Plastician, playing an extended set. Having been a pioneer of the UK’s Garage and Dubstep scenes, Plastician now works closely with grime’s top MCs including JME and Skepta but for tonight he will be stepping out of his comfort zone and performing one of his now infamous 80s Funk and Boogie sets! Alongside Plastician will be Queen of Hoxton and Wild Life residents playing the best disco, funk, electro, hip hop, big beat and party anthems, all mashed together to get your hands in the air and your feet moving.
Date: 31st December 2015
Price: Super Early Birds £15 / Early Bird £20 / General Sale £25 / MOTD
Times: 8pm – 4am
Music Policy: Tropical beats, hiphop, bashment, grime, UK funky and Party Anthems
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