10th November sees the return of the club 13th Floor to The Albany in London. This popular club night has been running for just over three years and has moved from being a quarterly event to once every two months.
The music policy is anything danceable from the 1960s, with particular emphasis on pop, garage and psychedelic rock. Recent playlists include artists such as The Sonics, The Seeds and as you would expect The 13th Floor Elevators, but thrown into the mix you’ll often find more mainstream poppy numbers by The Dave Clark Five, Herman’s Hermits and The Hollies.
Club Founder Dan Maier is also not adverse to playing songs by the Beatles, the Stones, the Kinks and the Who, which other clubs stay away from as being too obvious, which results in a club night with a great variety of music to please both lovers of the obscure and those who are coming to the club for the first time with little knowledge of sixties music.
13th Floor, The Albany, 240 Great Portland Street, London on 10th November with special guest DJS Northern Roses. Further details on the website.