Halloween Party - KNIGHT$ + Roxi Drive + Theo Sayers
Roadtrip & The Workshop
243 Old Street, EC1V 9EY London
Tickets to be collected at the box office on arrival.
Tickets include a non refundable 10% booking fee.
KNIGHT$ returns to the capital after two successful nights at Dingwalls with A Flock Of Seagulls in July.
Calling all zombies, ghouls and the undead!
THIS IS THE PARTY FOR YOU!
***Only 90 tickets available***
EARLY BIRD TICKETS BELOW
KNIGHT$ (UK) announces his highly anticipated debut album Dollars & Cents, released worldwide on Friday 5th April 2019 via Specchio Uomo/Bordello A Parigi. Dollars & Cents was recorded between London and Milan with Martin Dubka, and Fred Ventura and Paolo Gozzetti (Italoconnection). It includes the first two KNIGHT$ singles “What’s Your Poison?” and “Alligator”, along with brand new Hi-NRG single “Gelato” and the more minimalist “Proving A Point”, a duet with original Boytronic vocalist Holger Wobker.
In February KNIGHT$ co-headlined London Independent Venue Week at Putney Half Moon, and will continue to tour the album throughout Europe in March, including a show at Berlin's #1 disco party, the prestigious House Of Shame. With every show, KNIGHT$ is proving himself to be one of the most exciting live performers around, as confirmed by The Most Radicalist; "There’s a new electro kid on the block".
KNIGHT$ has a flair for penning memorable pop, christened in recent press as “Britalo”. With one foot firmly in the present, and a discerning knowledge of music’s past, KNIGHT$ might just be the newcomer to occupy your sound system in 2019. Dollars & Cents is ready made for the disco-dancefloor. Are you?
+ Special Guest ROXI DRIVE
Roxi’s music can be described as an infusion of Synthwave, Synth-pop and Electro-pop with a dash of disco sprinkled in!
+ THEO SAYERS
Following the release of his debut EP Ado Perma, Cambridge dance-pop artist Theo Sayers brings his unique and eclectic sound. Curious and euphoric beats compliment a vocal style which oozes personality.
“Every track a banger.” - David Allatt (from Explorers Society)