Brew//LDN 2020 MUSIC
Our Thursday music headliner is the one and only edit legend Greg Wilson!
"Wilson has been in and around the music business for more than 30 years, making his name as a DJ at Wigan Pier, The Hacienda and, of course, Legend. In the UK, at least, he also helped to popularize a little thing called "mixing"—something that has come in handy for nearly every DJ that has come along ever since." - Resident Advisor
OLD DIRTY BRASSTARDS
Formed in Forest Hill – South East London’s melting pot of music making – Old Dirty Brasstards have been dishing out their unique recipe of tweed-clad 10-piece drum ‘n’ brass since 2012. They can be seen serving up well-marinated dance floor fillers at top venues such as Fabric, the Forum, Hammersmith Apollo, KOKO, the Roundhouse and Scala, or delivering sizzling sets at UK festivals such as Bestival, Glastonbury, Latitude and Secret Garden Party.
An alternative radio station covering news and events in East London – they blog about culture and lifestyle across London, inviting guests into the studio to share their story and sound.Their resident DJ’s will be joining us to kick-off BrewLDN’s Thursday Evening line-up, spinning some of London’s favourite beats, while broadcasting live.The current roster to look out for, and tune in ahead of BrewLDN, includes The Preshaah, Arielle Free, Liam Young, Helen Shephard, Rio Fredrika, Elspeth Pierce, Disco Freaks, Jordan Smith, Sasha Brown, Triple M Show, Get In Her Ears, Hoxton Movies, Swing Time Radio.
ARTWORK'S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT RESIDENCY
At Brew//LDN we like to do things differently, and so does our DJ buddy Artwork. The result? A collaboration which sees our music room becoming a pop-up boozer, with tunes and entertainment curated by Artwork, and even the man himself serving beer from the DJ booth while you take in a mix of rare disco, house and uplifting tunes.
Over a mammoth 2 night residency expect a bunch of suprises, a bunch of laughs and a lovely old time!
The idea was born out of a conversation to create the atmosphere of Arts House festival, the obvious was to build our own style of house, which of course... is the pub.
“The number one criteria I have is that I want the entire stage to be accessible. It’s about having a party together – come and have a party, we’ll all have a party.” In Art’s House, we are all equal. (Artwork)
That’s an attitude we’ve always applied to beer!
Shying away from relentless promo and lifeless social media posting, he lets his impeccable taste in music, top notch production and artful personality speak for itself. He’s brought his day and night Art’s House residency to London’s XOYO and Ibiza’s legendary Pikes Hotel, as well as festivals like Glastonbury and Iceland’s
18.30-20.30 Special Guest
20.30 - 21.30 Love Fingers