Monthly Archives: November 2010

Comadisco X’mas Dance

Comadisco Christmas party for all our friends and families!

…The date is Saturday 18th December and the venue will be kept secret till the day of the party. But we can assure you that it has a high ceiling, a mirror ball, big leather sofas, a good soundsystem, SL1210s (though they’re discontinued…R.I.P.), cheap drinks, a generous/forgiving bouncer and no smoking ban with lovely decorations by GFFSOC! All in all, the venue has a free/intimate/house party atmosphere and it’s located at a very easy access from Hoxton, Dalston and Shoreditch. We are planning a good ‘ol bonanza to celebrate the uprising of British students with a soundtrack of cracking space disco, brilliant Teutonic techno and splendid jacking trax. We are going to announce more details shortly but for now, please put “COMADISCO X’MAS DANCE” on 18th December in your torn diary of 2010.

We are NOT selling advance tickets for this party but have a limited £5 advance list. So please email your names here


Comadisco X’mas Dance
Saturday 18th December
Secret Dalston Warehouse
(revealed on the day to all the attending guests on HERE)
£5 on the advance list, £7 on the door (see *IMPORTANT* above)
Phil Lamb
Michael Yacht(Leche)
Guille Bonesso
Future Sound of Clapton(Comadisco)
More TBA

Facebook Event

RA Event


Happy Memories

Thanks for coming down to our last party! Despite some hiccups caused by the venue, we had a good ol’ laugh. But big apologies to people who got turned away by a fat and unreasonable bouncer… We’ll make sure this would never happen again. Our next party is on Saturday 18th December at secret warehouse location. More details to come soon. For now, please enjoy lovely pictures taken by Alex Forsey on RA.

‘Me And My Van Der Graaf Generator’ Mix / Matilda(Bodyhammer)

Super excited to announce our very first Comadisco podcast a.k.a. Codcast! Matilda is a gal about town, making funny animations in the morning, playing new acid old acid new jack old jack new house old house in the evening at bi-monthly electro jackin’ body party, Bodyhammer where she is a resident. JACK IT!

‘Me And My Van Der Graaf Generator’ Mix / Matilda(Bodyhammer)


The Final Approach
Iron Curtis, Just Us
Skatebard, Way Out
Jamie Principle, Bad Boy
Acid Boy Chair, For Trax Sake
Azari & III, Reckless (With Your Love)
White Label on Appointment
D’Marc Cantu, Black Tears
KiNK, Traffic
Raheem Hershel, Slip Me
Kstarke, 151
Legowelt, Bayville Cove
Traxmen & Eric Martin, Give It To Me Baby
Cosmopolis, Cosmopolis Theme
Sneaky Tim, What’s Your Function
Alex O Smith, Ultra Fine II
Gene Hunt & Ron Hardy, Throwback 87
Matt Whitehead, Raw Deal
Shake Shakir, At The Bonnie Brook
Mayday, Wiggin (Master Reese Mix)

Weekly Freebie Edit

Since it’s Comadisco week, here’s a very little taster of  (part of) what to expect on Friday night:  Marco’s extended edit of DMX Krew‘s “Come to me”. The original version was off  the classic 1998 album “Nu Romantix” on Rephlex, 12 years old, still sounding fresher than fresh today. Mix 1 part Italo-Disco, 1 part Electro, 1 part Wavefunk, add Cheese, sprinkle some Stardust, turn up to 11 and…KA-BOOM!

See you all Friday night!

“Come To Me”(Marco Extension)/DMX Krew


Comadisco with 80kidz and Rado Bogasch

Comadisco is happening on 19th November Friday at Junction Room in Dalston. It’s free entry all night and open till late. Apart from residents, Future Sound of Clapton playing their distinctive blend of Disco Dub, House Not House, Funkstep and Electro, we are flying 80Kidz(Kitsune) and Rado Bogasch(Dis/Cord) from Japan and Poland especially for this one. Pop in and pop with us!

xxxComa Crewxxx



Emerging from the borderless youth culture of Japan, 80kidz began making music as a three-piece DJ unit in early 2007, and released their own limited bootleg mix CD “The Kidz Are Alnight No.1” in February of the same year. This mix sold-out rapidly and requests for DJ appearances quickly followed – they have since performed with the likes of Justice, Busy P, Boys Noize, Teenage Bad Girl, Hot Chip and Bobmo. “The Kidz Are Alnight No.2” continued to move things further forward for them, and a series of Myspace only unofficial remixes saw the threesome’s music blogged, discussed, and circulated around the world. This attention has built ever further with the posting of an original track, “Disdrive”, which was soon followed by official remix requests pouring in from autoKratz, Danger, Benjamin Diamond, Cazals, CSS, Black kids, the Shoes, Quiero Club, When Saints Go Machine, and Futurecop!. Their first EP “Life Begins at Eighty” was released in August of 2008, and has helped create a growing international fanbase for the band, with bloggers and tastemakers praising their productions, and DJs worldwide charting the single “Disdrive” and “Fxxk Fox”. And the first full album was to be released on 15th April 2009 on KSR. They were booked for Printemps de Bourges in France and rocked the Bourges crowd in April. Soon after, they toured in the UK in May, playing at The Great Escape in Brighton, Futuresonic in Manchester, Stag and Dagger in London and Soundcity in Liverpool. And they got a lot of great feedback from the UK press. Following in the footsteps of genre-mashing electronic artists such as Surkin, M.I.A, The Bang Gang DJs, and Vitalic, and influenced by club scenes from Sydney to London to Paris, these 80kidz are ready to show the world what Tokyo can do. Are the 80kidz real or hype? They entrust your judgment in making that call! From 2010, a new incarnation of 80kidz will start, with Ali& and Jun as a duo, they will continue with 80kidz, with excitement for the future, and will keep bringing you their sound from here in Japan, to the world.


Rado Bogasch(Discord/Poland)

Rado has been a fixture in Polish electronic music scene for  quite some time and played alongside everyone that’s worth mentioning. But the most important thing is he is an amazing DJ. Every time we play with him, he put us to shame with his cut up, quick and diverse sets that ranges from IDM, Techno to Disco and Hip Hop.

Comadisco Movie

Check out our first attempt at movie making. We reveal our special guest here for the first time and will post more about them soon. Anyway, hope to see you all at Comadisco on Friday 19th November!


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