South London collective Wholemeal are set to toast their third birthday with a night of serious house grooves in Peckham.
South London collective Wholemeal are turning three, and to celebrate, they’ve convened a house-oriented bash at Peckham Palais this weekend.
On Saturday 27th October, the Wholemeal crew will bring an impressive line-up to play at the recently re-opened south London venue Peckham Palais. Topping the bill is London-based producer Simbad, whose warm and wide-ranging productions have helmed the Raw Fusion label, as well as Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings. Leif, co-runner of Until My Heart Stops party/ label and one of the resident DJs at the headsy and invitation-only Freerotation Festival, will be showcasing his deep shades of 4×4 thrills. Wholemeal resident Carter will be joining them, and a homegrown swinging house set from Bristol duo Outboxx is also promised.
Expect some serious house grooves to be aired at this night. Running from 10pm until 6am, tickets and more information are available here.