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Playlist Club, Special Session in London

I haven’t mentioned London’s super cool Playlist Club — the free digital music club, where You – Are – The – DJ — in a while, and for that I hang my head.

Our friends at the Playlist Club are holding a special session on June 1, 2005 in the Underground bar at the London School Of Economics (map), sponsored by Belkin, who will provide prizes for the night’s top DJs. Student TV network SubTV will be filming the night’s proceedings.

Playlist invites “all music lovers and makers, dancers, beatmixers, mash-up artists and superstar DJs to come along and get 15 minutes to play your top tunes to the Playlist Party People.” You will enjoy a great atmosphere, hear great music and meet people who love a bit of digital diversity.

The Underground Bar is underneath the Three Tuns Bar at the end of Houghton Street WC2, which is just off Aldwych, which I assume means something to Londoners.

They’ll be back again at their regular venue, The Progress Bar, in North London, on June 18.

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