Pop Brixton

NYE - Disco Made Me Do It Feat. Joey Negro

Bring in the new year at Pop Brixton with this year's "Disco Made Me Do it" NYE party.

Going from 8pm - 4 am, we've got an AMAZING headline act and DJs playing all night long in the Pop Box.

All our bars will be open and serving their usual selection of local craft beers, draught beer, cocktails and (of course) champagne for your midnight celebrations.

PLUS, all of Pop's street food traders will be open from 9 pm til late, serving delicious food, everything from wood-fired pizza to amazing bleeding vegan burgers.


Joey Negro

Joey Negro has been producing with love for close to three decades. Arguably house music’s major proponent of soulful, disco-tinged, vocal records and without question instrumental is its development and popularisation, no-one treats a loop, groove or hook with as much care and attention as Joey Negro.

Joey Negro is the most well-known pseudonym of master British DJ, producer and remixer Dave Lee. Under a plethora of other monikers including Akabu, Doug Willis, The Sunburst Band, Sessomatto, and Z Factor, Dave was one of the first artists to incorporate disco samples in house music when he began his production career in 1988. Indeed, he was in the studio making credible and outstanding British house music when many luminaries around him were still busy getting to grips with their decks. Little has changed since then and Dave is still widely regarded as one of the most credible and in-demand artists on the global scene.

Russ Ryan

Having rocked parties alongside the likes of DOOM, Slum Village, Cypress Hill, Dead Prez and Soul 2 Soul (to name but a few), Russ will be spinning timeless Disco, Soul, Funk and Hip Hop til the early hours.

Fabio Limao

Limao's introduction of Brazilian music into open format DJ sets has built a reputable following in London, and took him to perform alongside international names such as Giles Peterson, Carl Cox and Marky. He's also taken part in the sell-out shows of Sergio Mendes at the o2 arena, and at iconic locations such as Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge and Somerset House.