Featured Event
London AAA Live
Friday 22nd March 2019

Energetic rap duo Coalescent Music look to illuminate Cafe 1001 on Friday 22nd March with their first London headline show of the year. They look to build on a lively 2018, which included support The Artful Dodger at O2 Academy Islington.

Support comes from the electronic Findia Scooter, internet sensation Oliviya Nicole, smooth vibes from NRSI, Camilla Music bringing music straight from the soul and finally Estelle and the Stardust, with funk infused pop.

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Patterned House
Saturday 23rd March 2019

Patterned House brings you a debut event that you will not want to miss. Bringing a line up of upcoming house music stars if you're down for 4/4 beats this is the night for you!

The night SOLD OUT within 1 day of sales so this could be the start of something huge.

See you down the front!

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ARRVL
Saturday 6th April 2019

**Special Guests TBA**
**Day Party**

ARRVL touch down on Brick Lane with their signature sound of melodic house and deep techno, marking their second event of 2019.

As well as their ARRVL residents, they will be announcing some special guest DJs to come and join them showcasing their own sounds. For those that know the ARRVL events will know that whoever's on, the whole party will progress as one fluid soundscape of progressive beats and melodic vibes.

This is a day party too (oh yes!), so what better place than at a venue which not only has an amazing dance space with state of the art sound and lighting, but also caters some amazing food for those that wanna grab a bite before we head into the night.

Pre-sale Advance tickets are going for a bargain at £4 a pop. Once they're gone, tickets will rise in price according to when you want to arrive - the earlier you come, the cheaper they are... simple :)

Be sure to check back for future announcements!

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AAA Live
Friday 12th April 2019

Mount Cape are a powerful indie rock duo from Essex. After a strong start to the year, the four piece look to build momentum with this show at Café 1001, on Friday 12th April.

Completing the line-up will be Past Kings, returning after wowing audiences at the o2 Islington, Leo Kelly-Gee backed by his band, singer songwriter Cavan Murray Music and Tamworth soul artist Ali Gilbert Music.

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Aldous Huxley: a talk with Jules Evans
Tuesday 16th April 2019

Aldous Huxley and mysticism for the masses.

In this talk and group discussion, author Jules Evans will explore the life and work of Aldous Huxley, one of the most important influences on the contemporary psychedelic renaissance.

We will discuss questions which Huxley asked, and which remain important for the psychedelic renaissance. What is the relationship between science and spirituality? Is a ‘mysticism for the masses’ possible, or is mysticism only for the spiritually adept? Are some experiences (mystical and psychedelic) more ‘true’, ‘real’ and ‘higher’ than others? How does spirituality relate to politics?

Huxley insisted that humans have a ‘deep-seated urge to self-transcendence’, which can take toxic forms – alcoholism, addiction, the intoxication of nationalism and war, the mindless hedonism of Brave New World. But self-transcendence can also take healthier forms, which help humans heal, connect, and evolve into higher beings.

He championed what he called ‘integral education’ – an education that would work with all the levels of the human situation, from the ecological to the mystical. This vision was hugely influential on alternative education institutions like Esalen, the California Institute of Integral Studies, and Schumacher College.

His whole life, he wondered what was the proper relationship between mysticism and politics. Should the mystic withdraw from politics altogether? Could a form of spiritual training be vital to global campaigns like pacifism? Could psychedelics transform society? We will consider these questions via the talk and then small-group discussions.

The talk will include newly available audio recordings of Huxley on LSD and psilocybin.

Jules Evans is the author of Philosophy for Life and The Art of Losing Control. He is a research fellow at the Centre for the History of the Emotions, at Queen Mary, University of London, and blogs at www.philosophyforlife.org

This event is supported by the Experimental Thought Co.

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Prince Purple Party
Thursday 18th April 2019

Join us as we celebrate the music and life of 💜⚡️💜⚡️ PRINCE 💜⚡️💜⚡️ Three years on from his untimely passing.

Expect:
💜 Prince music & influences ALL NIGHT
💜 Prince pictures
💜 Prince Bunting
💜 Prince film screening

It has been 3 years since we lost another one of our musical heroes! So this Easter Thursday we've decided to throw a massive Purple Party in dedication to the man behind so many seminal hits.

We'll be showing respect to a man who stole so many hearts and captured so many imaginations and went on to influence generations!

It's completely FREE to join. You just need to download one of our free tickets! then... Just turn up and enjoy!

💜 💜 💜 💜 💜 💜 💜

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Jukebox Headphone Party
Friday 19th April 2019

3 channels of great music!This brings the beauty of all music lovers together in one room to experience not just sound but sight also. With multiple music videos playing across the venue, flick between channels via our headsets.

This event will feature 3 music channels broadcasted directly to the headphones which you will receive on entry. Request your favourite songs by DMing us on social media. We play it all, just like a Jukebox !!

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Strut 1st Birthday
Saturday 20th April 2019

Tech House party outfit Strut will be joining us at Cafe 1001 on the 20th April with two mega headliners!

We are excited and highly honoured to announce that Michael James and Harry Mccanna will be joining us to celebrate the first birthday! Expect a mighty showcase from two of the UKs very own!

Michael will be bringing a truly fine selection of dance-floor armoury along with an array of his own music including chart topping releases. Expect his usual fusing of unique elements and style that has been supported by scenesters inc. iO (Mulen), Apollonia’s Dyed Soundorom, Dan Ghenacia and Shonky, Barac, Dubsons, Dana Ruh, Enzo Siragusa and Thomas Melchior. Expect an arrangement of dub, minimal and house flavours!

Harry Mccanna also known as Henry Hyde by his production work is very much recognised for dominating dancefloors across the globe with appearances at great parties such as S.A.S.H (Australia) and OSCURO coupled with his productions involving all things breaky, technical and distinctive, He is bound to be bringing that party vibe!

Joining these two will be the STRUT residents! Bringing their iconic sound and well picked selection to deliver a celebration to remember!

All of this will be hosted at Cafe 1001 in Shoreditch! Welcoming us to celebrate our birthday throughout the day in the iconic street of Brick Lane, this creative playground matched with a Funktion One Soundsystem will be a perfect match to deliver an intimate birthday experience.

Doors Open 3PM!

LINE UP:

• Michael James (Mulen/Constant Sound)
• Harry McCanna (NorthSouth/bSIDE)
• Harrison Edwards
• Harry Raynor
• Henry k
• Kylin Tyce
• Max Casebolt
• Max Swan
• Nick Latham
• Picasso