DNSC release new song and club nights


Continuing their monthly vinyl re-issues through their independent label via PIAS, Deptford Northern Soul have announced the release of Deptford Northern Soul Club Records DNSC013 with Kings Go Forth ‘One Day’ and Willie Tee ‘First Taste of Hurt’ released in stores and online on Friday 30th April. They have also announced a return of their popular club night from July onwards, with a monthly residency taking place at Manchester’s YES.


The release follows their previous re-issues this year with Sue Lynne ‘Don’t Pity Me’ in February and Doris Willingham ‘You Can’t Do That’ alongside Pat Hervey and The Tiaras ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Mind’ in March. Deptford Northern Soul Club also released their limited-edition vinyl boxset in December, which features 12 7” records, exclusive patches, stickers and a 2020 Zine, and marked a year since Deptford Northern Soul Club launched their label and four years since they began the first of their popular club nights.


Their new record release features Kings Go Forth ‘One Day’ on the A-Side, which is a spine-tingling anthem originally released in 2008 on Mr C’s and was the band’s excellent funky debut 45 release. The B-Side is Willie Tee’s ‘First Taste Of Hurt’ and is a deep and soulful croon with an enveloping rhythm and a euphoric lift, first released in 1972 by the New Orleans’ soul legend. The release is available from local record stores and online at Bandcamp here.


Launching the label in November 2019 in association with PIAS, the label’s first release was rare vinyl find Lester Tipton’s This Won’t Change, with a B-side of Edward Hamilton and The Arabians Baby Don’t You Weep. Both tracks epitomised what the label are all about; showcasing quality classic soul records in the way in which they were meant to be heard to both new and old soul fans.


After launching in 2016 and spending the past few years bringing the best of Northern Soul to sold out venues up and down the country, Deptford Northern Soul Club residencies and club nights have largely been on hold due to Covid-19, but the pair are finally back from July onwards. They also have a one-off sold out show at London Night Tales on Friday 30th April. Full dates are as follows:


April:

Fri 30th London Night Tales (Sold Out)


July:

Fri 23rd London Moth Club


Aug:

Sat14th Manchester YES (The Pink Room)

Fri 20th-Sun 22nd Tunbridge Wells Love Hangover Festival


Sept:

Fri 10th Belfast Ulster Sports Club

Fri 17th London Moth Club

Sat 18th Manchester YES (The Pink Room)


Oct:

Sat 16th Manchester YES (The Pink Room)


Nov:

Sat 20th Manchester YES (The Pink Room)


Dec:

Sat 4th Worthing Beat Factory

Sat 18th Manchester YES (The Pink Room)


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