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#9sTakeover - Café Au Lait Takeover Finale

  • The NINES 133 Copeland Road London, England, SE15 3SN United Kingdom (map)

Rounding off 4 days of talks and live gigs, Café Au Lait take over the NINES for one final time with a plethora of wicked London-based talent. 



Arnheim (Barabara Recordings / Greta Cottage Workshop) - Head honcho of Barbara Recordings, Arnheim us for his first gig with Cafeé Au Lait. His keen ear for broken beats, delectable jazz and syncopated Hip Hop beats caught us from early on. Previously gracing us on the Café Au Lait show, Arnheim has whipped up his own label releasing beats from himself which has been given praise from across the scene.

Mr. Redley (Café Au Lait / Balamii) - Café Au Lait front man, Mr. Redley takes to the decks to round off a 4 week of talks and lvie gigs. Originally cutting his teeth on the decks up in Manchester, Mr. Redley has returned to his home in the big smoke putting on small and intimate nights across the capital and heading up his radio show Café Au Lait. 

iona (Suspiciously Delicious / CDR HQ) - One third of Suspiciously Delicious, and one of the brains behind CDR, Iona comes to the NINES to help us party in style. Her fusion of techno, detroit house and beyond is infectious an definitely something to be heard to believe. Usuall you can find Iona as a regular guest on Medlar's Balamii show, but this time we bring her down to one of Peckham's finest small venues!

Minus Kendal (Party Socks / NTS Radio) - This young man needs little introduction, but the NTS & Balamii Radio presenter deserves it nonetheless. Helping to run the respected night ReviveHER, Minus Kendal has made a name for himself from a young just 18 years old he holds a slot on arguably the top online radio station in the country, and if that's not enough a show on one of the most respected up-and-coming stations. Minus Kendal's knowledge of Afrobeats, Jazz and Rare Grooves is astounding and this is most evident in his mixes, taking you on a whirlwind tour of all the spectrums of electornic music.