Lostbahnhof presents LBH001 with NKC & Rollo Jackson

We all know December’s a rammed month, but this is the joint – the party you need to reach before the year end. The one NKC and Rollo Jackson (last mentioned here for the incredible Tape Crackers) are headlining the night alongside Lostbahnhof residents who’ve had a sterling 2011.

The crew of Semtek, TK and James Broomfield have pretty much become my favourite party hosts over the last 12 months, and the launch of this regular night is nothing but good news. From not negotiating on sound quality of a venue to pulling out worthy guests and delivering on decks all night long, the guys go the extra mile to make sure each night exceeds expectations.

LBH is launching at The Junction in Dalston – coming complete with renovated basement and new sound system that can’t be faulted – next Friday, the 16th of December. Kicking off at 9pm it’s free all night, though we’d recommend getting there early doors.

via Resident Advisor

Lostbahnhof are proud to present our last party of 2011 and the start of a new regular night ‘LBH’, giving you tomorrow sounds today and classics from the old skool from our special guests and Lostbahnhof residents. This event will be held at the recently renovated Junction Room on Kingsland Road and will cost £FREE all night long!



19-year-old producer NKC first 2 releases have been dropped by the likes of Jackmaster, Dubbel Dutch, Marcus Nasty, L-Vis 1990, Lil Silva and Jam City. He’s certain to smash up the dancefloor with his own tracks, ranging from straight up UK Funky to rave influenced House. We are predicting a big future for him and are stoked to have him playing at the first LBH.



When he isn’t directing promos for the likes of Junior Boys and Man Like Me, and releasing cult music documentary ‘Tape Crackers: An Oral History of Jungle Pirate Radio’ (and the subsequent radio documentary charting the rise of UK garage & grime), Rollo Jackson is a DJ in his own right. Expect his own pick of classic UK rave music from the last 20 years alongside current bangers.


\\\\\\The Junction Room has recently renovated its basement, creating a larger main room, installing a new soundsystem, bar and air conditioning.