Sourdough Disco returns to Friendly Records Bar for a night of bumps, grooves, boogie, gospel & soul brought to you from the record bags of residents Paulo Fulci (Rough Trade / Divine Situation) & James Small (eat the beat records)
Paulo Fulci has a 20 year pedigree working behind the counters of some of the best record shops in the land & has lately been responsible for a couple of killer gospel disco 12's under his Divine Situation guise - check his latest red hot edit of Harrison Jones & the Voices of Harmony – On that other shore on the Divine Disco 2 compilation out on Cultures Of Soul.
James Small has been playing records about love, heartbreak and dancing since before the internet was born. He spent a fair while selling vinyl and drinking coffee at eat the beat in the late nineties & may have bored you at length about Pepe Bradock and / or Patrick Adams. If so he is very sorry.
Join us tonight for a dig through the outer reaches of the Sourdough vinyl archives as we pluck the ripest apples from the tree of soul and smash them with cricket bats.