If you are in London this Saturday and looking for something to do, you could do a lot worse than try the club Uptight.
Whilst the Uptight DJs do play the occasional modern tune, the majority of their repertoire is rooted firmly in the past. The music policy is described, amongst other things, as the “paranoid pop of Phil Spector, Joe Meek and Lee Perry, the amphetamine-fuelled overload of the Sex Pistols, The Clash, Elvis and Dylan.”
Saturday 27th July marks the seventh anniversary of the club and to celebrate admission will be free between 8.30pm and 9pm. If that’s not enough of an enticement, they will also be giving away badges, coasters and drinks!
Uptight is held in the basement bar of The Albany on Great Portland Street. Further details can be found on the Uptight website.