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As always CBR will be providing you with a world class soundtrack,

coming from five of influential London radio station SOho Radio’s key hosts in Groove Armada’s Tom Findlay, The Cuban Brothers, Pete Paphides, Jay Carder and Andy Smith (45 Live) plus Don Letts, Jaguar, Norsicaa, The London Disco Society and Eva Crystaltips.


18:30 - 20:30 EVA CRYSTALTIPS

French born, Edinburgh based DJ Eva Crystaltips is spreading her love 

for disco music for your boogie pleasure with a hint of 'je ne sais quoi'.


A force to be reckoned with rising fast through the ranks on the disco circuit which in her early years had already seen her play alongside heavyweights such as Horse Meat Disco, Hot Chip and Greg Wilson.

20:30 - 22:30 JAY CARDER

Jay Carder infuses garage and 2-step with house and deep, ancestral grooves in sets that aim to release the soul and engage the spirit. 

A resident DJ and promoter with global house/dance collective 4 To the Floor London, her selections are peppered with broken beat and inspired by raw, dance-heavy tribal rhythms and electronica from around the globe. 


For nearly two decades Groove Armada has been established as one of the planet’s best loved and biggest selling dance acts.  


As comfortable on the big stages as they are in sweat soaked basements, the boys cross genres and styles with ease. Don't miss Tom Findlay behind the decks doing what he does best!


18:30 - 20:30 JAGUAR

With a supercharged backlog of award-winning radio shows, electrifying mixes and the sharpest eye for cutting edge new music, Jaguar is one of the most impressive and exciting new DJ's to break out onto the UK scene.

Whether she's tearing up clubs or hosting her bi-weekly slot on Reprezent Radio, everything she does is with an authentic energy and passion like no other.

20:30 - 21:30 DON LETTS

Over his lifetime, there’s not much ground that Don Lett’s hasn’t covered.

From Filmmaker to broadcaster, style and culture connoisseur and DJ - Don has been a legendary London figure throughout the decades, and we're happy to welcome him back to the Old Truman brewery for our 7th CBR.

22:30 - 00:30 ZERO 7 DJ SET

Honing from North London, Sam Hardaker and Henry Binns, otherwise known as Zero 7, produced the era defining, Mercury Music Prize winning ‘Simple Things’ in 2001, championing the electronica sounds of the 00’s.


From backroom bods to the Hollywood Bowl, from tiny specialist record shops to a million-selling album, and now DJing at CBR 19!


12:00 - 14:30 PETE PAPHIDES

Pete Paphides bought his first record, aged nine, and hasn’t stopped since. Along the way, he's written and presented several documentaries for BBC Radio 4, as well as two series of Vinyl Revival for BBC 6 Music.


He has been with CBR since our first event 7 years ago and his genre crossing sets always go down a treat with the Saturday afternoon crowd.

14:30 - 17:30 45 LIVE

The brainchild of Scott Hendy and Pete Isaac, 45 Live is all about the 45rpm single. Producing events with DJs that spin strictly 45s all night.


Their music covers many genres, real R&B, funk, soul, Northern Soul, Jazz, Latin, Psychedelia, Blues, Rock, Rock n Roll, Hip Hop, indie etc, pretty much anything goes as long as it’s on a 45.


18:30 - 20:00 NORSICAA

Norsicaa is a familiar face behind the decks and as a selector at Sounds of the Universe record store. Her far-reaching repertoire and eclectic taste can be heard on her Soho Radio show as well as her residency at audiophile bar Spiritland, while also running the widely respected independent label Soundway Records.


The London Disco Society are a DJ collective created simply from the love of Disco and the rich culture that only a genre nearly 5 decades deep can retain.

Duo Oscar Kingsley and Rory Cordz regularly headline events across London or support world class acts such as Joey Negro, Horse Meat Disco, David Morales, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Crazy P, Norman Jay (MBE) and Bill Brewster. .


When Mike Keat created Miguel Mantovani, the shameless, moustachioed impresario at the core of the Cuban Brothers, he had no idea that the character would become his career.

Two decades on, Miguel and his suspect sidekicks are renowned the world over for their party-starting skills, risqué sketches, B-boy moves and funk-fuelled music.