“There are no gimmicks here: just a love of all things Northern Soul.” NME

 “A very fresh approach to a genre that’s been a vital part of club nights for decades.” So Young

After launching in 2016 and spending the past few years bringing the best of Northern Soul to venues up and down the country, DJ duo Deptford Northern Soul Club have announced the launch of their own record label, Deptford Northern Soul Club Records in association with PIAS, with their debut release on 29th November.

Deptford Northern Soul Club are childhood friends, Will Foot and Lewis Henderson, whose early love of soul developed after discovering Lewis’ Dad’s record collection. After finally bringing their musical heritage to the forefront with their debut DJ set at Deptford’s Bunker Club almost 3 years ago, they have since taken their credible and unique club night around the UK, performing at the likes of Glastonbury festival, Green Man and the Q Awards, alongside a residency at Manchester’s YES and their beloved Bunker Club.

Whether behind a turntable, dancing out front or in discussion, their sheer love and passion for soul is infectious, as is the spark of friendship and mutual musical appreciation between the two of them. 26-years-old but with old heads on their sharply dressed young shoulders, they have emerged as the new face of Northern Soul, bringing the movement back into the conversation of modern dance music.

The first single on their vinyl only modern reissue label, Lester Tipton’s This Won’t Change, epitomises what Deptford Northern Soul Club are all about; showcasing quality classic soul records in the way in which they were meant to be heard to both new and old soul fans. A stomping and pulsating groove-laden number, which was first released in 1966 on Detroit’s La Beat Records, it has remained a rare vinyl find – until now. A B-side of Edward Hamilton and The Arabians Baby Don’t You Weep brings a dose of euphoric upbeat romance to accompany the track. Will and Lewis say;

“After scouring record shops, markets and the internet for the best music for our sets we became increasingly frustrated at the cost and poor quality of the records that we wanted to play. Whilst being happy to use digital alternatives in their place, good quality WAVs for some of the more obscure tracks became near impossible to find. So, from day one we began to make a list of all the tracks we played out that were unobtainable on vinyl and those we could only have dreamt of playing that it seemed were lost to time.”

 “This list became the bedrock for Deptford Northern Soul Club Records, and with the help of Northern fans up and down the UK it grew to the point where we began searching for the rights and the highest quality audio to reissue. KTF!”

 The debut Deptford Northern Soul Club Records single DNSCR001, which is limited to 500 copies of the first pressing, is available to pre-order now from Bandcamp and you can catch it at a club night near you soon. Full upcoming 2019 shows are as follows:


Fri 25th            Birmingham             Hare & Hounds

Sat 26th          London                     Deptford Bunker

Thurs 31st       Middlesbrough       The Dickens Room           



Fri 1st               Nottingham             Rescue Rooms

Sat 9th             London                     Deptford Bunker

Sat 16th          Manchester             YES

Fri 22nd           Glasgow                   Rost

Sat 23rd          Edinburgh                La Belle Angele                 

Sun 24th         Cambridge              Ballare

Fri 29th            London                     Moth Club *3rd Birthday party*



Fri 6th              Belfast                        The Menagerie

Fri 13th            Leeds                         Headrow House

Sat 14th          London                     Peckham Audio *Christmas Special*

Sat 21st          Manchester             YES

Sun 22nd        Hebden Bridge       Trades Club

Tues 31st        London                     Deptford Bunker


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