To celebrate the extended run of BEYOND THE ROAD at Saatchi Gallery, the exhibition will be open this Thursday 18th July late until 9pm, with last entry at 8.10pm. 

BEYOND THE ROAD is an independent project by Colin Nightingale (PUNCHDRUNK), Stephen Dobbie (PUNCHDRUNK) and James Lavelle (UNKLE) collaborating with world renowned and award-winning contemporary artists, filmmakers and photographers. BEYOND THE ROAD deconstructs an exclusive soundtrack by music pioneer James Lavelle (UNKLE), to create a completely new and multi-disciplinary sound experience.

BEYOND THE ROAD and Soho Radio will also be hosting a ‘Curators’ talk’ this Thursday 18th July hosted by Eddy Temple-Morris in discussion with James Lavelle, Colin Nightingale and Stephen Dobbie of Beyond Projects. The talk will be 7.40pm – 8.30pm in the Private Room of the Gallery Mess, with the opportunity to experience ‘BEYOND THE ROAD’ at timed slots 6pm / 6.10pm/ 6.20pm/ 6.30pm. 

‘An album you can walk into.. A listening experience that’s a feast for all the senses” NME ‘If you’ve never experience anything like this before, it’s time you did’ Shots 
‘This is no ordinary show’ Jon Snow of Channel 4 News

Tickets here >>>

Soho Radio & Gideön present Revolution Day

One year ago – July 13th 2018 – we brought together 12 hours of DJs back to back live on Soho Radio, with the likes of:

Jackmaster // Prosumer // Eats Everything // A Guy Called Gerald // Roi Perez // Jonny Woo // Midland // Seth Troxler // Heidi // Dan Beaumont // Gideön // Norman Jay MBE // Breach // Jeffrey Hinton // Luke Howard // Ninebob // Artwork // James Hillard // Wes Baggaley // Luke Solomon // Sink The Pink // Hannah Holland // Lance Desardi // Greg Belson

Read all about it HERE.

Terri Walker / Moses Boyd Vinyl Session

Terri Walker, Moses Boyd, Misha Panfilow and Greg Foat joined us at Soho Radio for a Soho Radio Vinyl Session; live performances cut direct to vinyl.

Watch as we recorded the groups improvisation straight to acetate.

British Summer Time Festival

11th July 2019 at BST Hyde Park.

Soho Radio takeover the Barclaycard Stage at British Summer Time Festival –

It is completely FREE. 

Head down to Hyde Park in London from 7pm for:

19:10 – 19:40 – KT’s Kitchen

20:00–  20:30 – Kitty Liv

20:40 – 21:40 – Soho Radio All Stars ft. Joel Culpepper, Hamish Stuart, Iraina Mancini.

Fire Records

Fire Records joined us for a residency at Jager Soho // Soho Radio on 22C Great Windmill Street – London.

Listen back to their radio takeover shows below.

Daniel O’Sullivan

Daniel O’Sullivan joined us at Soho Radio to perform two tracks live as we cut the session direct to acetate in the latest instalment of our Soho Radio Vinyl Session series.

Watch the session unfold below.

StrEATlife Festival

Join us on Sunday 16th at Alexandra Palace in London with the likes of Citizen Helene, Iraina Mancini and Matt Smooth on the decks.

Catch it live on the Culture channel or head down to join us for free at the StrEATlife Street Food & Craft Beer Festival. //


Moshi Moshi

20th – 26th May: Moshi Moshi Records are in residency at #JagerSoho at Soho Radio to celebrate 20 years of the label.

Pop down to 22C Great Windmill Street in London for merch, records, CDs and more.

Hear them live at 4pm on the Culture channel Monday – Friday on

Clerkenwell Design Week

Clerkenwell Design Week // #FORADESIGN

‘Pro-working’ provider Fora is gearing up for London’s Clerkenwell Design Week, hosting a series of design events from May 21st – 23rd, along with Established & Sons.

Fora will use its in-house event spaces to host the series of events ranging from panels, installations, talks and product launches.

To register for any of the talks, head HERE.

If you can’t make it down, you can listen to the following talks live on the Culture channel >>>

Established and Sons Design Talk
Tuesday 21st May 18:30 – 19:15

A Future for Rent – Panel discussion hosted by Harth
Wednesday 22nd May 10:05 – 10:50

Fora x OnOffice on Sustainability: Healthy Buildings: how sustainable workspaces affect social sustainability
Thursday 23rd May 18:15 – 19:00