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We unleash our vinyl collection twice a month at Torquay's Green Room: RETRO SOUL & FRIDAY ON MY MIND, the 1st & 3rd friday nights of the month. New Years Eve we DJ at Yum Sing, Torquay's premier Chinese restaurant. This restaurant has a fantastic atmosphere and the best, home cooked food - really a night not to be missed! Have DJ'd recently at Ruby Slipper's Retro Romp 2011, Sixties nights at Premier Cru Cocktail Bar, Going Underground punk/new wave nights, The Attic nightclub, various private parties and scooter club events, compered at the Occombe Music festival and most recently DJ'd at Lemonfest, Newton Abbot's music festival. History: We both DJ'd full-time throughout the 1990's, taking a break to have children and now returning together as The Vinyl Avengers! DJ Loadz built a name for himself as a long-standing Mod DJ in Devon. Lady Jade grew up in L.A. on a diet of NYD, Iggy & Soul Train. Worked for the legendary Kim Fowley in Hollywood. Moved to London, where she was influential in the psychedelic scene of the 1980's, managing bands Miles Over Matter, Treatment & Bad Detective, along with staging the Great Mango party. Promoted and DJ'd the notorious Valley of the Dolls club in Carnaby Street. DJ'd in Tokyo and London, sharing a stage with the James Taylor Quartet, Bruce Willis(!) and many other acts. Most memorable night was DJ'ing for Rod Stewart, a great lover of Motown. We currently reside in Torquay and have been DJ'ing locally for the past 3 years. In addition to our regular nights, we are available for selected private events.
Top 5 tunes at the moment:
Blues Hand Me Down by Vintage Trouble No Good Without You Baby by The Birds Breakfast in Bed by Dusty Springfield Can I Get a Witness by Marvin Gaye After Glow by The Small Faces
Vespa, Lambretta or other?
Lambretta & Figaro
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