Shredded Beats returns for another night at Welwyn Garden City pub
PUBLISHED: 21:02 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 21:02 15 August 2013
CLUB night Shredded Beats returns to The Green Room in Welwyn Garden City this week for another vinyl only blast of classic tracks.
Old school 60s beats, funk, Northern Soul, Motown, Jamaican ska, reggae and black R&B can all be heard upstairs at The Doctors Tonic on Friday night from 8.30pm.
Shredded Beats takes place every other month in The Green Room.
Since the club night started in 2010, Shredded Beats has become well-known, not only to WGC lovers of the marvellous sounds of the 60s and 70s, but way beyond.
A club spokesperson said: “While we love our regulars from Hertfordshire’s mod / scooter scene and rudeboys, we are also always very happy to see new faces, both young and old, enjoying themselves to great soulful music.
“We play classic 60s soul, black R&B, funk, Northern, Motown, Jamaican ska and rocksteady all on vintage vinyl 45s and pride ourselves on our authentic retro club musical experience.”
With Shredded Beats’ residents spinning classic tracks and rare grooves and regular guest DJs playing everything from rock ‘n’ roll, garage punk, exotica and more, organisers want to see you on the dancefloor.
Entry is free and the 18 plus club night runs from 8.30pm to midnight.
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