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More Disco Dancing with Nick The Record, Lee Last Waltz & Lee B (till 2.00 am)

£5 before 10.30pm £8 after

After having such a lovely time at our last event, "Easter Thursday Disco Dancing," we thought we'd do it all again only this time with none other than, Nick The Record!

Nick The Record may not be a household name even among the raving community, but to many of the DJs who are within it he has been an integral catalyst for over a quarter of a century. 

He got his name as a collector and dealer in rare records. It's no overestimation that in the worlds of rare disco and leftfield dancefloor tracks that he is the best in the UK and one of the most famous internationally. His list of clients reads like the line up to the best festival that never was and when the UK's disco revival began in the early 90s, Nick serviced many of the aficionados wanting to feed their addiction. He has done ever since.

He began his DJ career playing at parties after Tonka in Brighton, where DJ Harvey played. But it is his 25 year love affair with the Japanese audience for which he is perhaps best known. 

He began playing Lifeforce parties there in the mid 90s and was a resident for almost 20 years, without doubt the most popular DJ at the often alfresco raves. This year is his 13th year as a resident of Japan's Taicoclub Festival, where he plays the 'Afterhours set' from 9am - 2pm on Sunday morning, closing the festival. His contributions to the Japanese scene have helped shaped it in the duration he's been visiting. 

Over the last half a decade European territories have begun to catch up, with Nick playing more regularly at events such as Garden Festival, Love International and Dekmantel events. His DJing and selections have been championed within the industry by many of his famous, indebted clientele.

Check him out in action here on Boiler Room...