Support comes from Jamesey and UK soulful house stalwart Stu Patterson
Soulful house lovers in the capital are in for a treat on 18 June, when Timmy Regisford rolls into town to play at House Vs Disco.
There isn't much to do with dance music that Timmy Regisford hasn't done in his time. Starting out in radio at NYC station WBLS, he went on to work in A&R for first Atlantic and then Motown, signing Eric B & Rakim and Blaze and working with the likes of Loose Ends and Colonel Abrams. He's been chosen as the remixer to big-hitters like Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, Bobby Womack and Steel Pulse, has a string of Afro-flavoured studio albums to his name and has run several small dance labels, as well as his current New York club night, Areacode.
But it's for founding New York's seminal Club Shelter that he's best known and best loved by soulful house fans worldwide, and with London visits by Regisford fairly infrequent, we're guessing his appearance at House Vs Disco (run by the same peeps behind hip-hop night Doctor's Orders) is gonna cause a roadblock. So get those tickets nice and early!
House Vs Disco is at Trapeze in Shoreditch on 18 June. Tickets are £8 adv.