Throw It Up

Our club night, Throw It Up, has been throwing parties in venues around east London for a little over a year now and regularly pull in crowds of 300 people. We’ve held events at places such as Shoreditch Platform, Trapeze, 93 Feet East, Tipsy and Bedroom Bar.  Our resident DJ, Pablo del Monte, has played along some very tasty guest DJs like Nils Hess (The Egg), Sagia (Area Remote), Granite State (Regression Sessions) and Caramen (East Recordings) to mention a few.

For further details check the Throw It Up page on the BLR site or its own dedicated Throw It Up website, but our TiU Facebook page is where we post most information about up-coming events and interact with fans. The music you’ll hear at the parties is line with the music we stream on BLR, especially so the evening (UK time) programming, i.e. underground Tech-house.

Club night at Trapeze

Our first Throw It Up night at Trapeze Basement Club in Shoreditch last month was a resounding success with an up-for-it, sexy crowd and slick deep and tech grooves from Pablo del Monte, Sagia and Foolboyz. We’ve posted an hour from Pablo’s set below.

On 12th March we have tech-house supremo Nils Hess (Eukatech, The Egg) as our guest. Details and tickets will be announced through our Facebook page soon.



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Q&A with Pablo del Monte

Pablo del Monte Ahead of the launch of our club night, Throw It Up, at Trapeze in Shoreditch Saturday 23rd January we are interviewing the DJs who will be playing on the night. Last time it was Sagia now it’s the turn of resident DJ Pablo del Monte.

Pablo tells us about his favourite records, including Richy Ahemd’s The Drums and about setting up East Recordings. You can read the full interview here.

Q&A with Sagia

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We start the first in our series of interviews with the artists who will be performing at our event in Trapeze Basement club on the 23rd January 2016 with Sagia.

Sagia tells about her releases on labels like Area Remote, her remix work and about the state of play of the club scene in London currently. Read the full interview here.