Labrum


18th – 24th February: Designed By An Immigrant.

Labrum London takes over #JägerSoho at Soho Radio – 22C Great Windmill Street in Soho.

Come and view the collection and hear Labrum live on air Tuesday 19th 4 – 6pm (Culture channel) & Wednesday 20th 8 – 10pm (Music channel), playing their favourite records and discussing all things music, lifestyle, culture and mens fashion.

www.labrumlondon.com

Jamboreeno Records

Jamboreeno Records will be launching at the end of Feb 2019 with a week long residency at #JagerSoho at Soho Radio from the 25th Feb – 3rd March.

The label is run by Django Django member Jim Dixon and is a mainly cassette format based label focussing on lo-fi, experimental, ambient and soundscape, sound art, library music and new-age music.

The residency will coincide with the label’s launch party at Soho Radio on Thurs 28th Feb from 6pm until 10pm. John Maclean (Beta Band) will be DJing from 6pm-8pm along with Jamboreeno Records Djs.

Throughout the week you will be able to come into the shop where you can purchase the first four releases on Jamboreeno Records on cassette along with label merch including T-shirts, original artwork prints, badges and postcards.
We will also have a super rare compilation acetate vinyl record available for this week only featuring a number of Jamboreeno Records artists and future releases. Each acetate record will be made to order with hand printed sleeves.

On Friday 1st March we will have a radio show and straight to vinyl session taking place between 2pm and 4pm. PNAK, whose record will also be available during the residency, will be recording 2 improv tracks which will be cut straight to vinyl and available for purchase.

On top of all this Jim will be in Soho Radio each day printing artwork and posters throughout the week. All of which will be available for purchase.

www.jamboreeno.com

JJ Emlyn at #JagerSoho

JJ Emlyn have set up residency at #JagerSoho for a pop-up shop, 2nd – 17th February.

Head down to 22C Great Windmill Street in Soho to grab yourself the collection.

Check their website HERE.

Reeps One Does Not Exist

Reeps One Does Not Exist – playing artists that cross boundaries and genres in the realm of music and art.

Listen to the show HERE.

#JagerSoho

Pete Fowler

Pete Fowler

17th – 23rd December: Artist and Soho Radio DJ Pete Fowler is in residency with a pop up shop full of delights at #JagerSoho at Soho Radio.

Head to 22C Great Windmill Street in Soho to grab yourself a print, carving, t-shirt and more – perfect for last minute Christmas gifts!

Hear Pete’s radio shows HERE (and catch him live every Thursday at 12pm on the Music channel.)

Reproprint Division

Reproprint Division

10th – 15th December: Reproprint Division are in residency at #JagerSoho.

Each day features a different artist and exclusive design, screen printed and available to buy all week at Soho Radio. Head down from 6pm on the 14th for Jagermeister cocktails and to get your hands on the artwork.

www.reproprintdivision.com

Trojan Records at #JagerSoho

Trojan Records join us at Soho Radio // #JagerSoho with the Tighten Up Sessions – a week of radio show takeovers and a pop up shop full of merch, vinyls, CDs and more at 22C Great Windmill Street, London.

Head down between 3rd – 7th December to grab some Trojan gems, and listen live to our Culture channel all week 10am – 12pm & 4 – 6pm for the Tighten Up Radio Sessions.

Catch the previous shows below.

BBE at #JagerSoho

BBE Records

BBE have set up and are in residency at #JagerSoho / Soho Radio from 26th November – 2nd December.

Head down to 22C Great Windmill Street for 12″, 7″, CDs and more.

On Thursday 29th, come meet the names behind BBE and join us for some cocktails c/o Jägermeister.

World Jazz Grooves special with Jean-Claude of BBE:

Japanese Jazz special with Tony Higgins of BBE:

Skull Candy

Skull Candy

Transforming #JagerSoho into a backstage green room, Skull Candy took residency at Great Windmill Street with headphones, live radio sessions, workshops and the likes.

Catch up with the live sessions below.

X-Ray Audio

X-RAY AUDIO: THE STRANGE STORY OF SOVIET MUSIC ON THE BONE

In the Soviet Union during the cold war era, the music people could listen to was ruthlessly controlled by the State, but a secret underground subculture of music lovers and bootleggers defied the censor.

Incredibly, they built their own recording machines and used a risky and extraordinary means to share forbidden jazz, rock ‘n’ roll and banned Russian music – they cut the music they loved onto used x-ray film and made their own records.

The X-Ray Audio Project tells their story with a book, award wining documentary, travelling exhibition and live events.

From the 12th – 25th November, see the exhibition live at #JagerSoho // Soho Radio.

Catch the story of the bootleggers at 6pm on the Culture channel, 12th – 16th November.

www.x-rayaudio.com