Lindsay Darling and Brittney Townson are two of our favourite ladies who together make up the hip-shakin’ DJ duo of Bangs & Blush. They’ve been working their magic all over the city and tomorrow night, they’ll be taking over the digs of Clinton’s famous sweaty Saturday night dance party – and we can’t wait! What can you expect? What 60’s icon should you channel on the dance floor? Which songs are most optimal for getting your groooooove on? Bangs & Blush fill you in!
Shake, Rattle & Roll vs. Shake A Tail…
B&B: The Shake A Tail boys knew what they were doing; they knew their music and over time the city knew their Clinton’s party as a go-to. We want to carry that spirit on at Clinton’s, but bring something different, a new energy. We love DJing and we love the music we DJ but we also love to party; we want to go out and have just as much of a good time as anyone else on a Saturday night and so we can’t help but join the dance floor! We believe that a good party is not only the music we play, but the enthusiasm we bring as well.
Look forward to…
B&B: A sweaty, out of control dance party. All types of people coming together and partying like they’ve never partied before with an amazing 60’s soul and rock & roll shindig. It’s Bangs & Blush’s motto; drink, dance, get messy.
Ultimate 60’s icons…
B&B: Mary Anne Faithful, The Beatles, Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, The Supremes, Patti Boyd, Aretha Franklin, Jane Birkin… so many!
Top 5 party-starting tunes…
Do You Love Me – The Contours
I Want You Back – Jackson 5
Gimmie Some Lovin’ – Spencer Davis Group
Land Of 1000 Dances – Wilson Pickett
Twist And Shout – The Beatles
–By Caitlyn Holroyd