Jamm, London,
Sat 9th June. 9pm till 6am

This is a rare opportunity to come and see one of the founding members of the modern music scene – Dave Seaman – for under a tenner!

Coordinated have very kindly been asked to help Twisted Melon return to Jamm on Saturday 9th June and celebrate their 5th & final birthday. The massive Dave Seaman (Renaissance/Audio Therapy) has kindly agreed to headline with a 3-hour set, which is very nice indeed.

As a bit of background, Dave Seaman is one of the original pioneers of house music. He has been playing for over 25 years, was the first editor of the clubbers bible, Mixmag, and has remixed and produced for everybody from U2 to Kylie and David Bowie to the Pet Shop Boys. He has also done over 20 mix compilations for the likes of Global Underground and Renaissance, been the main man behind the independent music labels, Stress Records and Audio Therapy and still found time to model for Levi’s in Japan, present TV programmes for the BBC and tour the world probably more than any other DJ.

So as you can see, we’re most impressed that Twisted Melon have bagged Dave for the night, especially as the intimate venue of Jamm only takes 500 people (so get your tickets quick). Mr. Seaman will be joined in the main room by the Disposable DJs, Jay Grant, Mork, Francis Allen and Stu Crosbie.

In the second room Twisted Melon have handed over the reins to fellow promoters Smug v Coordinated (that would be us then), as well as Fishnights and good friend and loose cannon, Adrian Dickinson

It’s going to be a biggy so whether you’re a regular, an ex-regular or have never sampled the delights of an event we’re involved with, we want to see you! Tickets are available from Ticketweb now.

For more info please visit our website or twisted-melon.com

Twisted Melon Room
Dave Seaman (Audio Therapy)
Disposable DJs
Jay Grant (Twisted Melon)
Mork (Six Degrees)
Francis Allen & Stu Crosbie

Smug vs Coordinated Room
Alex Collings (Dirtbox)
The Coordinators (Coordinated)
Will Konitzer (Coordinated)
Tony Langford & Francesco Marelli
Adrian Dickinson

Venue Information and Details
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6LH.
(Halfway between Oval and Brixton tube stations next to Loughborough road).

Tickets
Advance tickets are available from Ticketweb priced £8 + booking fee (approx. £1). Tickets will also be available on the door priced £10 before midnight, then £12 after.

But …please hurry as venue capacity is limited to 500 and this event will sell out.

BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE
£8 (plus booking fee)

Buy tickets for Dave Seaman at Jamm here!

See you on the 9th and don’t forget to bring the Zwack!

The Coordinated Team

P.S. Don’t forget to forward this email on to all your buddies.

web: www.coordinated-london.com
web: www.twisted-melon.com
web: www.brixtonjamm.org
web: www.djdaveseaman.com
map: click here

Jamm, Brixton, London.
October 6, 9pm – 5am.

This is the launch night for Crash The Plane And Walk Away and yours truly is there to help get it off the ground…

A loose collective of south London artists, DJs and fashion kids invade in a fluorescent flock for the first CRASH THE PLANE AND WALK AWAY party. Expect some electro-pop, punk funk, crunchy techno, distorted Parisian disco and rare glimpses of new-wave pop.

Performing on a custom-developed laptop rig is Ad Hoc, who spurns the studio to only play live, improvised sets, in a sustained attempt to demolish the dj/performance divide. From a vast audio vault, Ad Hoc builds unpredictable permutations of old school rave, grime acapellas, forgotten pop songs and digital glitches.

Meanwhile, the Coordinators will be crashing and walking away (vodka dependant) as they bring their own brand of quality house and partying south of the river to this launch event. Having recently rocked the backroom at Pacha London you can expect a riotous assault on house music that will have the crowd jumping nearly as much as the duo themselves.

Supporting all this madness will be a vast sequence of found art and still image projections created by the Ludovico Technique.

Also there will be Bez (in room 2), who will no doubt be up to his usual antics :)

As for the venue, Jamm has established itself as one of Brixton’s best-loved nightclubs where groups like Basement Jaxx and Twisted Melon have chosen to lay on their monthly parties. There’s a huge outdoor terrace, a lounge area (kitted out with sofas, a few plants, posters and a good-sized bar), and a main room made for blistering club nights.

We’re sure you’ll agree this is going to be one hell of a launch party, so see you there.

The Coordinated Team

P.S. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased below.

Line Up Details
The Coordinators
Ad Hoc
Avant Disco
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Venue Information and Details
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6LH.
(Halfway between Oval and Brixton tube stations next to Loughborough road).

Nearest Tube: Oval [Northern Line] or Brixton [Victoria Line]

Street Map:Click here for Street map

Dress Code: Anything and everything

Tickets: Tickets are available on the door (priced £8), or you can receive reduced entry (£5) by handing in a copy of the flyer above (so follow the link and print it).

Jamm, Brixton, London.
August 13, 12am – 5am.

After the success of last years after-party held at Canvas in association with Formula, Coordinated are happy to announce that the pirate shananigans will continue this year at the innovative Jamm in Brixton.

Jamm has established itself as one of Brixton’s best-loved nightclubs where groups like Basement Jaxx and Twisted Melon have chosen to lay on their monthly parties. There’s a huge outdoor terrace, a lounge area (kitted out with sofas, a few plants, posters and a good-sized bar), and a main room made for blistering club nights.

We’re sure you’ll agree it would be pointless to spend the rest of your night anywhere else, oh, and in case you are slightly uncertain, wait untill yoi’ve been on the boat and then we know you’ll come to Jamm.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased below.

The Coordinated Team

Line Up Details
The Coordinators.
Hotrox
Guests – TBC

Venue Information and Details
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6LH.
(Halfway between Oval and Brixton tube stations next to Loughborough road).

Nearest Tube: Oval [Northen Line] or Brixton [Victoria Line]

Street Map:Click here for Street map

The Golden Jubilee will be docking at Temple Pier around 11.45PM. From there it is only a short walk to Embankment where you can jump on the Northen line to Oval (4 stops) and then Jamm is only a short 10 minute walk or 2 minute bus journey away. The party officially runs from midnight to 5am.

Dress Code: Everyone is expected to carry on in their crazy pirate outfits.

Buy Tickets: Tickets are available from the link below priced £5, or alternatively call 07990 594868 or 07967 110719. Tickets will also be avilable on the boat or on the door at Jamm on August 12th.

£5 (plus £1.50 booking fee)

4th March 2006
MASS, BRIXTON
St. Matthew’s Church, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1JF

Expect a night with the emphasis placed squarely on dirty electronic house as the Coordinators, aka Tim Dingley and Carl Sutherland, go head to head with Koochy’s Alex Collings and Pete Whitehouse. Also joining them for a unique live set are rising stars, The Shakey Breakfoot Band. Guaranteed to be something slightly different from this Brixton institution

Entry to the Mass is £6 before 11pm then £8 after.

For concessionary admission of £6 all night call 07967110719 or email will@coordinated-london.com before 4th March.

Line Up Details
The Shakey Breakfoot Band – Live Sax and Ableton set.
Coordinated – Tim Dingley, Carl Sutherland.
Koochy – Alex Collings, Pete Whitehouse.

Venue Details 
Mass
St. Matthew’s Church, Brixton Hill, Brixton, London, SW2 1JF
Nearest Tube: Brixton
Telephone: 020 7738 7875

Click here for Street map
Click here for tube location