Fergus Clark & Ally Tropical launch new London party Data Bank

"Put me in your data bank cause I don't want you to lose my number. If you lose my number you may not know where to find me."

Fergus Clark & Ally Tropical launch new London party Data Bank

"Put me in your data bank cause I don't want you to lose my number. If you lose my number you may not know where to find me."

The Glaswegian pair have announced a new series of parties set to take place in East London with the first kicking off at the tail end of this month. Data Bank will be hosted at The Waiting Room in Stoke Newington with the first on Saturday the 28th of March. 

Named after Nelson "Paradise" Roman & Bluejean's track "Data Bank", first released on Big Beat in 1990, the new party invites you to ponder upon the infamous lyrics. 

"Put me in your data bank cause I don't want you to lose my number. If you lose my number you may not know where to find me."

The new party will be understated and dark with 12th Isle's Fergus Clark & Plant Life's Ally Tropical playing for six hours from start to finish in the murky East End basement. 


Buy tickets HERE

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