DJ PETE SLOVENLY, legendary creator of Slovenly Records provides primitive beats by living, breathing, fucking, intelligent souls! Groups of humans playing instruments with strings and skins! Recordings played from vinyl, like the original DJs (that stands for Disc Jockeys, kids) did on the radio…blaring all kindsa stuff: from frat pounders, 60s beat-punk, garage-fuzz, surf , 70s punk, western & 50s R&R, exotica,60s greasy soul & r’n’b shakers,90s garagepunk trash, jamaican ska,freaky cumbias, and whatever weird-o sounds he finds to make your dancefloor move
Neil Sick is a degenerate Cramps obsessed weird oh who puts on the Brighton rock’n’roll monthly club nite STAY SICK.
He’s also a fully fledged Weird Oh! guaranteed to get you dancing with his sleazy, greasy rock’n’roll from the fifties and sicksties, including surf, swingin’ rhythm and blues and twistin’ tittyshakers, not forgetting a generous serving of primitive garage punk for all you black leather wearing Weird-Ohs!
When he’s not spinnin’ records Fritz runs the Buzzsaw Joint mixcloud. that’s devoted to international vinyl delinquents who want to share their killer rock’n’roll mixes with the rest of the world. Now, the high-octane energy of Buzzsaw Joint has manifested into the physical form with a run of compilations on Stag-O-Lee records.
Johnny Alpha is a purveyor of all things trashy, sleazy and raw. Playing a heady mix of greasy instrumentals, balls out rock n roll, pounding R&B and fuzz drenched garage .
He is probably best known as the host of the Killer Diller radio show. Wa one of the resident DJs at the GoGo cage in Liverpool and has djed at various festivals all over Europe including Funtastic Dracula Carnival, Boiler Club, Hipsville, Mojo workout, Born Bad festival and the Mica club.
He spends way too much time fingering through dusty boxes of records, searching for that elusive sound that only exists in his own mind.
Miss A the Beat Girl from Belgium, who together with MR A is the organiser of London’s club nite Weirdsville and of the UK’s Hipsville A Go! Go! party weekend.
If that’s not rock’n’roll enough Miss A is currently the bass player in the UK’s psych garage sensation The Jack Cades and before that laid down the bass in former Belgian surf legends Speedball JR.
Things get groovy when Miss A gets behind the decks as her mix of psych, garage, surf and beat, mixed with a touch of BeNeLux dance tunes always fills the dance floor.
Based in Munich he’s been spinning 60´s Garage, Exotica, R’n’B… records for more then 20 years. Robert also is running his well known club night called “Teenage Kicks” since 17 years and also plays/played the lead guitar in 60s bands like“The Majestic 5“, “The Royal Flares” and „ Neat! Neat!Neat!“ as well as organising the “Munich Garage Fest” Festival. Phew!!!
So get ready to go wild on the Hipsville-Funtastic dance floor!
Carl Combover has been spinning records in the clubs and bars of Liverpool since the early 90’s and has ran the club night The Go-Go Cage for over 10 years. His trusty box of 45’s has seen him DJ all over the UK and abroad, and at festivals including Glastonbury, Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia, Hipsville A-Go-Go, Red Rooster, Blast-Off, Born Bad in Paris and Fuzz in the City in Bilbao. He’s also the drum pounder for several bands including Garage delinquents,The Shook-Ups and Las Vegas Grind instrumentalists, Doktor Combover. Expect to hear all sorts of dance floor killers- Garage Fuzz Pounders, Sleazy Punk Rock, Greasy R’n’B, Raw Soul Shouters and Wild Stripper Grooves!
Beware! because this punk likes to shake things up behind the decks so expect the unexpected! as Mr A’s box of Good Taste 45s will be so packed full of punk, garage, instro-mentals, Turkish titty-shakers and even some fist pumping glam, you won’t wanna leave the dance floor!
A long time ago Mr A started to spread his love of trashy rock’n’roll on his You Got Good Taste podcast which began it’s life as a featured show on GaragePunk.com, now that site has gone you can find his old shows over on Mixcloud.
Carlos’s DJ debut was early 2002 under the pseudonym Dj Topcat. At the end of 2002 he founded Hot-Shot sound system, a DJ duo focused on spreading Jamaican music, specifically ska, rocksteady and early reggae. He was one of the first DJs in Mexico City to play exclusively on 45 rpm vinyl.
In 2004 he co-founded the now defunct Rocket Sound System. In 2006 he adopted his own name as a deejay -Carlos Rene- while expanding his musical horizon to other genres such as R&B, Soul, Garage, Freakbeat, Mod Jazz and ’60s Funk.
In 2009 Carlos founded the monthly dance club night Hipshakers! focused on ’60s and early ’70s sounds. In 2015 he started a new project focused on tropical rhythms called Bombo y Maracas, where he explores the Afro Latin and Caribbean heritage.