Saturday, December 03, 2005

NEWSLETTER #2 (English)

Sunday, 4th December 2005:
Coming up this weekend at Senses, the sixth edition of THE SUNDAY JOINT with DJ’s Roger C and Lloyd serving up a giant platter of funky beats both classic and contemporary. So if you haven’t come along and had your fill yet, then this is your perfect opportunity. A main course of serious funk & soul, flavoured with afrobeat & jazz breaks, spiced with hip-hop & a pinch of roots reggae. Cooking up a freestyle stew, that is enough to make any music fan’s mouth water. With animations, cult tv & kung-fu movies playing across the walls, super comfortable bean bags to lounge in & a friendly international crowd – THE SUNDAY JOINT is fast becoming the only place to spend your Sunday nights.

Come before 21:30 in time to get your free serving of vodka jellys, lovingly crafted with our own fair hands.

When Senses closes at midnight, Roger C & Lloyd will be heading to the other side of Raval, to play more tunes at a brand new club night called A FAMILY BUSINESS @ Sifo, c/Espalter 4… in the street opposite the legendary Absinthe bar. With a fat sound system and proper dance floor – this event will go on until late, and as the following day is a holiday, should be pretty crazy.

Visit our Blog at where you can see our photo galleries, listen to DJ mixes by Roger C & Lloyd (both roughly an hour long in MP3 format). We welcome any feedback, so please use the comments link - to let us know what you like / dislike about THE SUNDAY JOINT and how you think we can make it better. If you would like to contribute further, then just email

Last weekend one of our SUNDAY JOINT regulars (we’ll call her SK as she is very shy) & her housemates hosted an awesome costume party in the centre of BCN. It had a distinctly aquatic theme, with people dressed as fish, sharks, jellyfish, sailors, pirates, bathing beauties, lobsters, shrimps & god knows what else. If you were one of the lucky ones then check out the photo gallery at and see if you’re up there. THE SUNDAY JOINT’s Roger C manned the decks & provided a solid eight hours of funk, soul, reggae, latin, hip-hop, afrobeat & mad party tunes, too everybody’s amazement we managed to get all the way through ‘til 8:00am without a visit from the police. More parties like that are definitely needed.


Post a Comment

<< Home