Friday, 5 November 2010

Shabba Dabba Da with Luke Worall & Charli XCX 6th Nov

"The coolest club night in London" iD

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After a truly monumental party SHABBA V we are back to feed the frenzy !!

With Timeout calling us one of the greatest parties of 2010 we take note but do not rest on any acclaim. Bringing you another delicious recipe of Performance, Music, Photo shoots & pop-up shops !!

Also do remember that we at Shabba always have a few surprises up our eight sleeves so keep an eye,ear antenna out !!!

Special Performance By Charli XCX!!!

DJ's on the night:

Introducing our new resident DJ cover boy Luke Worrall.
Larry Tee
Maximus Crown



Get down early for another in a series of infamous Shabba Dabba Da Photoshoots.

We will announce the maestro of flashbulbs & snaps behind this Photoshoot shortly!!!




For all you boys and girls who want to show off what you were born with.

UMA GAWD will be making her return to London's stages after her long backpacking holiday which caused her to break all of her nails.

She will be presenting the HOT BODY CONTEST with Larry Tee where the winner will win £50 and will be entered into the final.

All you have to do is strip off ALL of your clothes and let the judges decide who has the HOTTEST BODY

To enter please email


Face painting by Natalie Sharp, who is inspired by Kabuki, Maoris and ancient tribal warrior tattoos Her point of focus isf where make up ends and face paint begins. (She is bloody good)

Special "FREAK OF THE NIGHT" Art Prize for the best outfit to be awarded by Daniel Lismore.

The return of Sorapol from her travels to Thailand. She will be storming the dance floor with her disciples.

Photographer Linda Linda Cooper will be shooting the creative dressers for American magazine.

Address: Avalon, 141-143 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JE

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More on the Door.

Imagery by Linda Cooper.
Photography and Filming on the night by request

9.30 - 2AM
141-143 Shoreditch High Street
London, United Kingdom

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Time Out

What Stars Are Made Of.

London 'scensters' on "The Kylie Show"

Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Kylie Minogue, Robyn, Mark Ronson, Roisin Murphy, Ke$ha, Alexandra Burke, Beth Ditto, M.I.A, Paloma Faith, La Roux. That’s quite a list of the pop-stars who currently make up the European music scene, isn’t it?

They have in common a love, reference and use of London’s club-scene creatives- yet these people are lesser known. Scottee, Daniel Lismore, Jodie Harsh, Andre J, Mika Doll and the exquisite Lady Lloyd are the creative engine of this, but are often hidden behind the popular artists they inspire.

The club-nights Circus, Shabba-dabba-da, Tranny Shack, Nancy, Wearable Art for Durable People and The Face often achieve cult status among generations, yet the people behind these are seldom talked about as much as the stars for whom they create a vital platform.

With the punks of the 80s and the ‘Indie Kids’ of the 90s, it had long been assumed that the heaviest influence on their fashion choices was the music youngsters listened to. “I think the opposite is true,” says style-artist, Daniel Lismore. “It's fashion that inspires music. The London fashion scene brings these people together and then seemingly out of nowhere these new genres of music are created. Because people can’t directly hear the fashion, they don’t see at all” he says, in a matter-of-fact kind of way.

The London club scene certainly does inspire fashion. Lloyd Dixon, alias 'The Lady Lloyd', has a one-off look and has modeled for Vivienne Westwood. Vivienne mentioned recently, "I don’t know about styles and trends. Much more to me is Lady Lloyd. He is fantastic."

High fashion is also laden with club scene based artistes. Mika Doll, a leader of her own style direction, is the face of Illamasqua, an alternative make-up brand tipped to go huge in 2011.

The latest big names to watch out for are wonderfully exotic: Oozing Gloop, Sorapol Chawaphatnakul, Medusa, Uma Gawd, Pandemonia. The world waits impatiently for musical direction and fashion tips from these innovators.