Dancing Time With Soundway Records

Monster party from the Soundway Records lot, Dancing Time with Soundway will feature Miles Cleret (Soundway), Chris Menist & Maft Sai (Sound of Siam) on the decks along with guest DJs Vamanos & A.J Holmes (Secousse) and The Quietus DJs, as well as live music from The Cambodian Space Project, in what is one of Soundway’s biggest parties to date.

The evening will kick off with a very rare screening of Black Goddess, Ola Balogun’s movie from 1978. Black Goddess was shot on location in Brazil and Nigeria in 1977-78 and had the distinction of being the first collaboration between an African country and Brazil in the field of film production. It won the International Catholic Film Office prize for best motion picture at the Carthage Film Festival in 1978 and was honoured at a special screening in the widely acclaimed “New Films, New Director’s” programme at the New York Museum of Modern Art in April 1980. And, here’s the trailer:

Plus, a whole assortment of activity will follow the screening:

Soundway DJs
Miles Cleret
Djs Chris Menist & Maft Sai (The Sound of Siam)

Guest DJs
Djs Vamanos & A.J. Holmes (Secousse / Ghetto Bassquake / The Hackney Empire).
The Quietus DJs presents Departure Lounge

Cambodian Space Project – 6 piece direct from Phnom Penh


Saturday Sept 10th, 7pm – 4am, £12
Dancing Time With Soundway
Netil House, 1 Westgate Street, E8 3RL

Also available from select record stores: Rough Trade Records, Soul Jazz, Phonica, Lucky 7 and Flashback Records

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