Well, it's all on tonight. If you're not exhausted after seeing the rugger at not-the-Cake-Tin
, listening on National Radio to performances by unlikely permutations of small animals
, hearing the pipes calling
at the Opera House or seeing some obscure up-and-coming band
at what I think is still called Indigo
, then Sandwiches has a party night for everyone. Electroluxxe
is billed as "TechnoElectroRockHouse", thus pretty much covering every genre other than dub, jazz and country. You know how it is: you're with a bunch of people, all with different tastes in music, and no-one can agree: someone likes 80s New Romantic, another one goes for dirty punky electro, someone else likes indie rock and some sad bugger (probably me) prefers 90s techno. So Electroluxxe comes to the rescue with a play list that includes the likes of Duran Duran, Peaches, Bloc Party and Carl Craig. The word "mashup" doesn't even begin to describe it.
Those with especially capacious reserves of energy (and cash) could then explore the most decadent dishes and deranged decor
of culinary Wellington or try to track down the latest mystery bar
. Here's a hint: one of the commenters has already got it. Here's another: this is possibly the only bar to have actually become classier
when it was taken over by Brian Le Gros.