Fri 22 Sep

Open Arms: Catchment + Von Marlon

8:00pm - 2:30am

At the newly opened Prince of Peckham, an exciting venue in the heart of South London, Bournemouth-based Catchment venture to the capital to celebrate their latest release – ‘Wanna’ out on Love & Other Records:


The house/bass duo have been hotly tipped by huge Radio 1 names such as Annie Mac, Mistajam and Pete Tong. 2017 has been a big year for the boys – their track ‘Crew Up’ peaked at #3 in the Upfront Club Charts, which garnered big support from Mixmag. With shows such as ‘Annie Mac Presents’ at Brixton Academy, Warehouse Project and Fabric already under their belt, this should be a truly special set in a more intimate environment.

Von Marlon (Live Set)

A new singer/producer emerging onto the local South London scene, Von Marlon’s name is a reference to a lyric in The Streets ’Too Much Brandy’ as this was where his fascination for UK dance began. Drawing inspiration from electronic sounds from all over the city, Von Marlon started to produce his own music after his band split. There will be a debut live preview from his forthcoming EP ‘Closure’.

Oliver Si

Having helped the CDR club-night gain attention & interest in both Berlin and London, Oliver Si has spent many years contributing to this underground scene that has helped many bright artists as a platform for their own music. A DJ and Producer in his own right, expect an eclectic range of sounds from breakbeat to world music.

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