On Rotation: The weekly free basement party at Junk

On Rotation’s clue is in the title, dedicated to generating a tight knit circle of DJs, trading off each other’s talents and tenacity behind the decks, never letting things get bogged down in party politics. It’s all about cultivating a crew of like-minded heads, whose enthusiasm for music is equal only to their inclination to let loose and shake what their “mamma gave them”.

Keeping things on a more chipper tip, musical pallets are inclined towards a more flavoursome persuasion, injecting buoyant disco and zesty, deep house into the fold to get those hands in the air.

As word of our utopian party paradise has spread, the last month has seen our humble basement reach full capacity, with every square inch of space taken up by the meanest and keenest party people our fair city has to offer. We’ve been positively fit to bursting with twinkle-toed troops looking for a slice of underground action. — Luca Pilato

Exclusive on guest list, inclusive on policy, On Rotation operates a strict ‘no G-list, no entry’ system. You don’t have to be a member of some secret soceity to get on the list though, entry is just a few clicks away via the Facebook goup. Each week you can find the link for free tickets, anybody and everybody is welcome to get involved.

With a whole host of affordable party potions on offer (a mere £2.75 for shots and £3.50 for their notorious on rotation cocktail) can see you loosen those limbs, powering that pelvis and unshackling your inner Travolta as you succumb to the command of the disco vibes!


About Author

Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.