dollop Nottingham 8th Birthday – Video

Back at the start of June we celebrated the 8th Birthday of dollop Nottingham with a sold out party at Stealth & The Rescue Rooms featuring Julio Bashmore, Jackmaster, Huxley, Oneman, Amirali, Dusky, Charlie Banks, ASBO and lots more.

Here is the video of the night, produced by Michael Holyk and featuring Julio Bashmore’s track ‘Au Seve’ (forthcoming on his new label Broadwalk Records).

dollop Nottingham returns in October, and to be in with a chance of winning tickets to all of our upcoming events check out the post below:

Also those you you in London over the summer months make sure you check out THE DETROIT SERIES.

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Dam Funk live at XOYO, London

‘Funk,’ to me, isn’t a genre. Being told a piece of music has a ‘funk’ aspect to it, doesn’t tell you a single thing about the type of music in question or any of its technical attributes, only the style. In DāM-FunK‘s words,  ‘funk.. is a way of life.’

To have worked with the likes of Erykah Badu, Etta James, Moodymann, Hudson Mohawke, Snoop Dogg and Flying Lotus, you cannot possibly be tied down by the restraints of genre. ‘Modern funk’ is Damon Riddick’s style, and it’s in this mould of soulful, cultured music that he has, so consistently, produced and performed for over two decades.

With four LPs and slew of singles on the legendary Stones Throw Records, amongst others, DāM-FunK is one of the few active artists with a legitimate claim to have shaped dance music globally. His productions blend characteristics common to hip-hop, soul and jazz with those of house and techno; creating a sound completely detached from any of these individual influences. It is for this reason that his work is labelled ‘funk,’ a tag that refers as much to the feeling created in a listener as it does to the original idea of its producer.

His live show is as impressive as his discography. Combining his own vocals and keyboard skills with tracks selected from a rich background in dance music; he delivers a show unique to ‘funk’ culture. One which has rocked events such as Texas’ SXSW and Benji B’s Deviation alike.

As well as the headliner, is Kwes. A London-based artist quickly picking up recognition in a range of circles. Already signed to Warp, associated with XL and Young Turks, and artists like Ghostpoet and The XX, Kwes has as much in promise as DāM-FunK has in experience.

His’ recent ‘Bashful’ EP, as well as previous mixtapes and solo work, have placed him among an exciting wave of young vocalists and songwriters. A tone somewhere in between rap and spoken-word lends an undeniable elegance to Kwes’ lyrics and performance. This night will balance two very different artists, but two with perfectly compatible styles.

On June 13, at East London club Xoyo, Dollop will proudly present the master of boogie, DāM-FunK, alongside Kwes, and the Dollop DJs. This is definitely not one to miss out on. Tickets from Resident Advisor.

Attend the Facebook event here.

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dollop (Nottingham) FREE party – Set Times & Info

As a big thank you for all your support during our biggest ever year, we thought it was time to give something back!

Tonight (Wednesday 6th June) we are throwing a FREE party at Stealth, featuring two of our favourite acts of 2012.

▬▬▬ LINE UP ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

BODDIKA (Swamp81/Instra:Mental)
MELÉ (Grizzly)

plus support from:
D’lex (dollop)
dollop DJs
Stefan Molinaro
About To Blow DJs
Our True Intent DJs
& more tbc

▬▬▬ DETAILS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

Wednesday 6th June, 2012.
At Stealth, Nottingham.
10pm-4am. 18+

▬▬▬ FREE ENTRY ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

Click ‘attending’ on the Facebook Event and tag your name(s) on the event wall and arrive before 11pm.

GUESTLIST SUBMISSIONS CLOSE AT 6PM on Wednesday 6th June – so make sure you have added your names before then.

(If you are on the guestlist but arrive after 11pm entry will be £3 before Midnight & £5 after Midnight).


▬▬▬ SET TIMES ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

Stealth Room 1:
DJ Strike 2200-2300
Stefan Molinaro 2300-0000
BODDIKA 0000-0130
MELÉ 0130-0300
D’lex 0300-close

Stealth Room 2:
Our True Intent DJs 2300-0100
About To Blow DJs 0100-0300:


To get you in the mood for tonight, here is the May mix from dollop resident D’lex:
May 2012 Mix by d’lex

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Nottingham 8th Birthday Set Times & Ticket Info

Tonight in Nottingham we celebrate our 8th Birthday at Stealth.

We are operating a wristband-exchange at The Rescue Rooms Bar from 5pm-8.30pm, and we recommend all ticket holders/e-ticket holders come and exchange their tickets for wristbands. This will cut down the queue-times later on.

Doors open at 9pm and we are open until 6am. Please check your tickets to see what time you need to arrive at the venue. If you do not have a time restriction printed on your ticket then last entry is 2am (but obviously we would recommend you arrive as early as possible).

For those looking for tickets there is a competition on our facebook page to win the last pair.

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Here are the set times:

Stealth Room 1:

Rykuvan 2100-2215
Stefan Molinaro 2215-2330
HUXLEY 0100-0230
D’lex 0400-close

Rescue Rooms Venue:

Foe 2300-0000
Plax 0000-0100
ONEMAN 0100-0230
JACKMASTER 0230-0400
Franclin 0400-0500

Stealth Room 2:

Ursa Major 2300-0000
DUSKY 0000-0130
AMIRALI (live) 0130-0230
ACTRESS 0230-0430
Synic & V-Tekk 0430-close

Rescue Rooms Bar:
DJ Strike 2300-00.30
About To Blow DJs 00.30-0200
Synic & Vtekk 0200-0300

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To get you in the mood for tonight, here is the May mix from dollop resident D’lex:
May 2012 Mix by d’lex

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Don’t forget – next Wednesday we are throwing a FREE PARTY at Stealth in Nottingham with BODDIKA & MELÉ. Please check the Facebook Event for more info.

See you tonight!

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dollop DJs at Field Day

dollop DJs will be playing Field Day tomorrow in Victoria Park, LDN! Keep up to date with us on Twitter to find out where.

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dollop presents the Detroit Series

dollop are proud to present the Detroit Series.

Venue – Secret East London warehouse TBA

Juan Atkins ‘The Originator’, Kevin Saunderson ‘The Elivator’ & Derrick May ‘The Innovator’ are the men most associated with the birth of Detroit techno. We’ve booked all three to play across 3 dates, with support coming from some of UK’s best new talent. We will be announcing the supporting line-ups over the coming weeks.

Super early tickets are £10. We also have a very limited amount of ‘bundle’ tickets which cover all 3 events at £25 and can be found across all ticket links below.

Part 1:
June 29th
Juan Atkins
& more TBA
Buy tickets here
Attend the Facebook event here

Part 2:
July 13th
Kevin Saunderson
& more TBA
Buy tickets here

Part 3:
July 27th
Derrick May
& more TBA
Buy tickets here


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