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The one and only floating record shop, Rub a Ducky Records will be distributing Vinyl records. A committed crate digger, founder Myles who has made it his mission to collect and supply electronic music gems via the waterways, will post up on land for the day as The Progress Centre support him getting back to business after his boat sadly sunk in April.
Haunted Dancehall will also be on hand with more dancefloor bangers on sale, a mix of old, new and reissued records. Plus local legends 20k and a Dead Sheep will be selling their range of rare and specialist zines, books and more. Street food vendors will be on site, providing fuel for the day to keep energy levels maximised! There will be live art on the day, with canvases set-up for celebrated local artists, Caroline Dowsett, Madi Marcantonatos, Grace Biddle to mark their stamp, painting ‘The Ghost’ murals. Attendees are welcome to get involved and paint their own art on a dedicated canvas in-line with the theme.
The stellar music line-up has been exclusively curated by Berlin-based duo The Ghost, featuring some of the duo’s favourite underground selectors. Prepare for a nine-hour odyssey that weaves through a mash up of house, tech-house and techno, projected through the venue’s specialist Funktion-One sound-system. The day party will see The Ghost bringing their ultra-refined collection, alongside Christian AB, Rinse FM residents Hamish & Toby, Berlin’s Huerta B2B with Ghost Recs alumni DJ Pipe take to the booth.
The party will swiftly move on to sister venue The Loft at 11pm, running till the early hours of 4am. The Ghost will treat guests to a second extended set B2B with KRN, and be joined by Tho + Loren, Kyle Toole b2b Ethan, and Dig This
The Progress Centre relaunched last month, unveiling the freshly refurbished space and kicking off their debut season of all-day parties which will run until September.