Club Subversion loves its music. We have our main resident DJs and guests who all play a mix Electro, trance with the odd filthy, funky dirty break and beats to get your blood pumping! We have an amazing sound and lighting system and lots of dance floor if you just love to be seen strutting your stuff. Because we use a whole host of DJs which changes every month means each month is a fresh mix of styles and tunes…..
Subversion Noir is, as the name suggests, a little darker and harder but our resident DJs like to throw in a little sneaky trance now and again – the type of mix that stops you mid sentance and makes you feel all tingly! Noir has no dedicated ‘dance floor’ – but guests are often seen having a little boogie off in the dark corners of the club….at least we think that rhythmic body movment is dancing ….oh errr……well…..
If you would like to be considered for DJing at Club Subversion please email: Reverent Mac
Reverent Mac- Head DJ acoss the (mixing) board!
Player of groovy and infectious dance music to discerning party people.
That’s how The Rev. describes himself as a DJ, with the occasional tongue-in-cheek irony that runs through all his sets. As a child of the 80’s he grew up in the height of Chicago and Detroit beats, but also the melodic treasure of trance and progressive.
“For me, it’s all about having fun without the unpleasantness of throwing cakes at people. How a tune makes you feel and how it can take you somewhere else…”
Subversion is one of the few jewels in London’s nightscape that is all about escape, play and great dance music. It was my first fetish club (as a guest) and remains a joy to be [there] and an honour to play what I think people will enjoy shaking their backsides to.
Miles Gorfy – CS Resident
Miles Gorfy – Having played nationally at the likes of Frantic, Sundissential and Polysexual, devoted hard house clubbers will know the name Miles Gorfy, a DJ that’s been big on the scene for over a decade. Having taken a short break, Miles has come back with some new styles and a new direction. Aiming to bring the fun factor back to the dance floor, expect big basslines, crazy samples and filthy beats for filthy minds. You’ll still here Miles playing hard dance monthly at Zoology in Brixton, but elsewhere it’s all about the house and electro. For an expanded profile, visit www.HarderFaster.net
The UnderCover Brother – CS Resident DJs
They both hail from Johannesburg in South Africa, crafting their individual styles in clubs like Idols, ESP, Evolution to name a few & playing in London at quality trance events like Trance Sanctuary, Strawberry Sessions, Electronic Sessions, Odyssey and La Dolca Vita events with IN:Volved in clubs like Ministry of Sound, Light Box (London), Arcadia.
They DJ alongside some of the best trance names to date Markus Schultz, John O’Callaghan, TyDi, LANGE, Jon O’Bir, W&W, Orjan Nilson, Nick Sentience and many more.
Sam ‘Fitch’ – CS Resident
He’s known for huge, groovy baseline vibes and energetic dance floor monsters. He also looks great in latex too!
Don Capelo – Resident
In Don’s words: Born and bred in Italy – Sicily. Listening to Music is my Passion, DJing is my Talent! I love every type of music genre from chunky sexy Tech House or Deep House right through to Techno (from House) through various styles of Electronica and DnB to Funky Beats.
Simon is an artist with over 15 years of experience at entertaining dancefloors across the London circuits and internationally, with his impecable ear for music and mixing he is hard to beat. Mixing a fusion of cutting edge: House, Techno, Breaks and Phatt bass lines to ecstatic dance floors he skilfully whips into frenzies….
Simon has residencies at the Club Subversion events, monthly at the 333 club with his co produced “Rivals” nights, plus guest slots at other parties on the london fetish scene including the London Fetish Weekend and Imaginarium
Mistress Absolute heard Simon DJing at a try out for another club and over 13 years ago and when she launched Club Subversion Simon was hired and has been part of the Subversion family ever since.
Misterx picks apart and infuses together all the pieces of this music that he loves best: beautiful synth work, ethereal backdrops, brooding basslines, and occasional vocal hooks… all on top of a pronounced foot-shuffling house beat.
“For me, it’s all about mood and a deep, hypnotic groove… playing those tracks that get you without you realizing it, regardless of genre, tempo, style, or release date. “ – we thought that this was the perfect fit drifting off into a scene at Noir and so Misterx is the latest addition to the gang.
Although he is new to Subversion he hes been around for a while so we have compiled a littlle list of his varied musical/dj tastes…..
We have a change of DJs every Club Subversion and the DJs will be announced and listed on the homepage of this site. Some of the guest DJs you may see include:
B.S.E is one of London’s favourite Underground heroes. As co-founder of Zoology he helped craft one of the most famous small parties of its era.He was also one of the driving forces behind the beloved Techno party, Techstyle. He now resides at Alumni and his co-founded Brixton Trance Underworld.
B.S.E has the versatility to put together exciting sets of House and Trance but is famed for his love of Techno.
His skills have seen him play at some of London’s foremost promotions including Peach, Frantic, Twist and Lost Dawn… To name but a few.
Tim Samsara is probably one of the most influential people in the UK dance scene.
21 years ago he launched one of the most prolific events that London has ever seen at the Fridge in Brixton and continues to run and play at events all over the UK.
He’s been a DJ at Torture Garden for several years, so we’re really glad we’ve got him to play exclusively for us on our birthday.
Keep an eye-out for a special mix he’s done just for us (on our Facebook page) in the coming days.
G minor is a musician, DJ and producer based in London. He has established himself as one of the most exuberant DJs in the underground London clubbing scene. He doesn’t like to stick to a particular genre or style but he has a signature sound; sexy, dark, intense and uplifting. His ability to excite and delight a dance floor is unparalleled. In the last 6 years he has lead the dance floor of club Decadence as resident DJ. He has also played in some of London’s most vibrant venues and clubs like: Imaginarium, Little Liason, London Fetish Weekend, Kaos, House of Shadows, Festival of Sins.
Tango 7 Alpha
T7A (or Rob to his friends) makes music his business, not only an accomplished DJ and producer, but this former Royal Marine has spent the summer playing festivals around the country and abroad. Rob’s officially ‘oldschool’ and uses all the toys when playing-out. Have a listen to his infectious, groovy style, fat beats are in command.
Latex Zebra galloped onto the scene in 2001, and hasn’t looked back since. He was one third of the award winning Vinyl Zoo/Zoology partnership and now promotes/resides at one of London’s newest parties; Brixton Trance Underworld. Assists musically at Subversion and also promotes the long running and very well respected Alumni!
He plays a variety of sounds but now favours Dirty House, Electro and Progressive and Trance. Latex Zebra, a name you can’t miss in Dance Music!
Sammy B likes to take the crowd on a journey with her superior tune selection, turntable finesse, uplifting nature and magnetic personality. This is all combined to provide the perfect blend. She loves to create uplifting energy whilst she plays and has the ability to combine any genre and make it flow ‘smooth as silk’ with her various styles. Sammy has a musical knowledge that she’s has gained over the years as a DJ.
Neutrino’s DJ career has spanned over 10 years, the last 5 of which have been focused on his love for a particular fresh uplifting progressive sound that stems from the Psychedelic Trance scene.
However, his passion to share his love for this particular high quality sound, see’s him playing in all area’s of the Trance scene, from underground warehouse events to the main room at Ministry of Sound and everything in-between.
He has the ability to warm up, headline & close events depending on the sound required.
Craig is one of London’s established talents in the underground dance club circuit. He is promoter and resident of LOST DAWN – running parties at several club and venues around London. After winning the London stage of Movida Corona DJ competition in 2009 and the prestigious 2005 Gallery / Turnmills DJ Competition he has earned main room sets for the Gallery with Nick Warren, Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, Judge Jules, John O’Callaghan, Steve Porter, Fergie, Above & Beyond, Sander Van Doorn, Robbie Rivera, Gavyn Mytchel, Marco Bailey, John 00 Fleming, Blank & Jones and club legend Tall Paul. He also continues to play at a variety of different promotions across the capital. He was featured as a ‘One to Watch’ in 2006 by iDJ Magazine and will soon be appearing in a TV documentary ‘Spirit of the DJ’ with none other than turntable legend and author Bill Brewster. Craig’s style is disco, progressive and tech house. His sets are an uplifting journey with pounding bass lines and plenty of euphoric synths making a favoured warm-up man to some of the world’s finest DJ’s.Internationally, Craig has performed in Australia and Thailand and has also helped a number of good causes by playing for Amnesty International and for Rockride, where he supported Groove Armada’s Andy Cato. For more check www.djcraiggunn.comwww.myspace.com/djcraiggunn
One of the brightest stars on the house music scene, former resident for Ministry of Sound and host at Pacha, Egypt, Piqué has DJed all over the UK and the world. Check out his production and remixes on his YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/piqueofficial
Disco’s Over have been taking the dance music world by storm in their debut year with over 2 million combined plays on YouTube and Soundcloud, receiving support from some of the biggest hitters in EDM along the way. They kicked off 2015 with a massive Astrelwerks approved remix of Porter Robinson’s hugely successful “Goodbye To A World” which quickly raced passed half a million views on Proximity’s YouTube channel alone. On top of this, the pair have been heavily supported by the BBC and their Introducing New Music scheme which lead to an in studio interview and a debut play on BBC Radio1, courtesy of Hew Stephens, shortly after. With singles forthcoming on heavyweight, major label Armada and more music awaiting release, it is safe so say that the Disco is far from Over, it has only just begun.