Monday, 25 January 2010

guest dj slot this Saturday

I've been asked to do a guest dj slot by legendary Brighton club night Da Doo Ron Ron at their Beatles tribute night this Saturday (30th Jan). I will be playing some Ye-Ye cover versions of songs by the Fab4, plus a few Beatles related/referencing tracks, mixed in with other 60's girl-pop.

I'm gradually trawling my record collection and iTunes library for French Girls doing Beatles covers, but if anyone has any suggestions (especially dancefloor friendly ones!), please feel free to leave comments or email me: lamourelectronique[at]
Thanks, Domx

Here's the info about the night itself (not sure if I'd necessarily describe myself as a "superstar DJ". I'll be on at midnight if you want to come and judge for yourself)

Da Doo start 2010 with a BEATLES (FEMALE) COVER VERSIONS SPECIAL! this Sat 30th Jan in the Komedia Studio Bar. Doors 11pm to 3am.

We're extremely chuffed to announce the late addition of a superstar guest DJ to the Da Doo bill this Sat. Dom Bradnum of L'Amour Electronique, Tonight We Fly and Miss Pain fame, spins a Da Doo set sprinkled with Swingin' Mademoiselles singing Les Beatles.

Alongside our usual, unique mix of GIRLTASTIC GROOVINESS fm the 50s to mid-70s, Da Doo DJs Chris 'Da Doo' King & Simon Bridger + Dom spin a lotta lotta FEMALE cover versions of Mop Top songs. Expect FAB 'n' GEAR interpretations from the eclectic likes of Ella, Dionne, Aretha, The Supremes, Mary Wells, Lena Horne, Ike & Tina, Shirley Bassey, Alma Cogan, Tamiko Jones and many, many more! And Your BIRDS Can Sing! Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

Here's a Spotify playlist featuring the kinda gear we'll be spinning.

Admission is £6 / £5 concs in adv OR on the door

You can buy adv tkts NOW in-person from the box-office, over the phone Tel:-0845 2938480 / 01273-647100 & on-line from

1 comment:

Dom said...

Thanks to everyone who emailed suggestions, special mentions to Guuzbourg @ Filles Sourires for mp3s and Mordi @ Blow Up Doll, who racked his brain even though he doesn't really like the beatles.

My set went well and I had a nice busy dancefloor throughout (and not a single tumbleweed moment). Hope you enjoyed it too if you were there.