I’m doing a internship for Reinforced entertainment and  i just done a blog  post about shabba dabba da. This blog will be up on soon !


As the smoke clears and recessionistas search for the newest hot-spot, Shabba-Dabba-Da gears London up for a boom-time party like no other, a warholian interpretation of a utopian enclave in a dystopian world of fame, fortune and capitalism. Imagine the Blitz Vs Studio 54, with Jacuzzis.

You’re invited to our to the second instalment of the Shabba-Dabba-Da Spectacular.

Line up

Larry Tee

Larry Tee hails from Atlanta, Georgia where he was friends with REM and his first group, the Fans, produced the B-52s’ first independent single “Rock Lobster/52 Girls.” He moved to NYC with fellow Atlantans RuPaul and Lady Bunny and quickly took over the NYC club scene with his epic party Love Machine. He started and named the infamous DISCO 2000 of Party Monster movie fame, DJ’ed the ROXY weekly, and co-wrote the Billboard Top 40 song Rupaul’s “Supermodel (You Better Work).” In 1997 Larry Tee decided to get clean from drugs and alcohol and decided to re-examine his life and career. He turned to music for inspiration and championed a new sound and movement which became the Electroclash phenomena. He created the term “Electroclash” for his festivals in 2001/2002 (it’s in the Oxford English Dictionary) which helped launch the careers of Scissor Sisters, Felix Da Housecat, 2 Many DJs/Soulwax, Peaches and many more.

Fast forward to 2008 and we see Larry Tee traveling all over the world bringing his unique sound and exclusive tracks to festivals and cool nightclubs worldwide. He has played alongside Kraftwerk, The Gorillas, New Order, LCD Soundsystem, N*E*R*D, Chemical Brothers, The Cure, Katy Perry and Fatboy Slim in festivals like Bennicassim, Global Gathering, Mysterylands, Primavera, and Summercase and his international schedule has grown with his Beatport success (The Crooker’s has his new single in their top 10 beatport). New videos for “Licky”, “I Love U” (, Licky, for the Perez Hilton’s track, Hipster Girl and Amanda LePore and an exclusive re-edit of Kelly’s Shoes for give the the album a visual side like no other album today! The next single, “I Love U,” featuring 7-year-old Amanita has already been remixed by Bart B More, Christopher Just, and The Bulgarian and has just been released worldwide (it’s on the Crooker’s top 10 beatport chart!). Club Badd is set to be the “Girls Gone WIld” of 2009, meaning the runaway surprise hit that took the country by storm.


Warboy’s DJing crosses many genres and is based on driving basslines, vocal elements, and lots of percussion. He currently plays anything from Hi-NRG to tribal tech house. He has played at some of London’s most respected nights for interesting dance music that pushes new ideas forward, including Trailer Trash, Bastard Batty Bass, Wet Yourself, Always Fridays, Get Rude, All You Can Eat, Anti-Social, and Kash Point. He has been a resident DJ at Anti Social, Foreign, Nude, and Calling All Tribes. He has played in many of London’s established clubs including Ministry of Sound, Fabric, 333, Heaven, and Egg. He also contributed regularly to Jonty Skruff’s Ministry of Sound radio show. Some of the countries Warboy has played include: USA, Russia, Spain, Italy, UK, Denmark, Norway, Finland.

Maximus Crown

Niyi Maximus Crown, a young, foul mouthed creative multitaskers. Model, Fashion stylist, Writer, Menswear Specialist, Jewellery Connoisseur and DJ.

Erol Sabadosh

Erol Sabadosh began DJing at the age of 19, organizing, promoting and spinning at various indie and electro club nights in and around London. Armed with enthusiasm and a real passion for music it wasn’t long before he was warming up for some of the biggest DJs in the business. Through his activity as a self-professed Club Kid on the London scene he was introduced into the world of fashion and continues to work closely with designers and brands, providing music for catwalk shows and DJing at all manner of fashion events for labels ranging from Vivienne Westwood to Adidas. His versatility as a DJ is evident; possessing the technical skill to stand confidently alongside the most serious DJs while embracing a wide range of music genres he has played everywhere from the biggest warehouse raves to the most exclusive members clubs. Erol Sabadosh currently holds residencies with Bungalow 8, Ponystep, Circus, Punk, Mahiki, Beach Blanket Babylon, Death By Daylight and Can-Can. He has also recently worked with DJ/Producer Kris Di Angelis in the studio, laying down guitar tracks for his remixes of Mariah Carey and Therese, and continues to compose his own music with future releases in the pipeline.

Munroe Bergdof

Current Residencies…

OMFG! @ Shadow Lounge, Soho

Trannyshack @ Madame JoJo’s, Soho

Towers @ The Edge

YMH – VIP Room @ Punk!

Shabba-dabba-da @ Avalon, Shoreditch



141-143 Shoreditch High Street,



E1 6JE




£10 on door

Guestlist click on link for £5 guestlist


saturday 17th



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