Inspired by the hifi listening bars and dance parties in London, New York & Tokyo, Analogue Discogue is an all-vinyl adventure through vintage-audiophile sound hosted by London DJ-producer: Norm De Plume. Join us in the SILY courtyard for a japanese izakaya inspired menu, followed by an open air session of dancing in the heart of the Sydney CBD, with deep & uplifting selections across funk, boogie, disco & deep house.
Norm De Plume (Delusions of Grandeur, UK) A musician from a young age, Norm started DJ’ing in ’96 and moved to London to DJ and work in the music industry in 2001. He played Deep & Underground House & Disco in the UK’s capital for the following 16 years. He cites his biggest influences as Ron Hardy, Theo Parrish and Sound Stream.
Pieced together with love and care by Norm De Plume and currently the only one of it’s kind in public use in Sydney:
- 1977 Klipsch La Scala speakers.
- Tannoy R-15 Subwoofer
- 1978 Quad 405 power amplifier. Upgraded op-amp. Re-capped in 2019.
- Condesa Lucia discrete circuit rotary DJ mixer, built 2016.
- Technics 1210 mk II turntables
- Fully refurbished inc. Isonoe Isolator feet and boots, triple shielded RCA interconnects.
- Ortofon Club Mk II carts with eliptical styli.
Tickets are $45/head which includes food and a drink on arrival.
Location: 338 Kent St, Sydney (SILY Courtyard)