Saturday 30 March
23:00-03:00 £4 - £12

‘On Saturday 30th March, we proudly welcome Brazilian selector Barbara Boeing for her Bongo debut,’ say the Club_Nacht x Hobbes Music crew.


Barbara Boeing
Hobbes B2B Donald Dust

George Demure + Mairi B ‘Pots’ aka Accident Machine (LIVE)
[Ear Candy Dandy Album Launch]
Dari J & Dimebag (Bailando Collective / Inconsciente Colectivo)
Annafleur (FEMMERGY)


“Bárbara Boeing has carved out an illustrious career as a modern pioneering artist in Brazil’s electronic music scene. For over fifteen years, she has scoured record stores far and wide, selecting tunes with her discerning ear and sharing her musical discoveries with dancefloors across the globe. Boeing has graced the decks of institutional clubs and festivals alike, such as Berlin’s Panorama Bar, Amsterdam Dance Event and Cercle. This far-reaching impact has opened many doors. Boeing has undertaken tours throughout Europe, Latin America and Australasia to spread her boundless passion for electronic vibes.” Mixmag

Having released her debut album via Berlin’s esteemed Toy Tonics label last year, the world is Boeing’s oyster right now. Her sets span multiple genres, including classic & forgotten house, Italo, disco, funk and more, happily throwing in anything that will keep the dance floor moving. Expect similar vibes when she makes her Scottish debut at Bongo.

George Demure (aka George T) brings an exclusive LIVE set to the upstairs space, to mark the release of his brand new double album, Ear Candy Dandy / Dandy In Dub.  George will be performing tracks from the album alongside some brand new material he’s been cooking up in the studio with dynamite percussionista Mairi B.


‘It’s a most lovely, swimmingly blend of motivations, feels and deep grooves that effortlessly comes together in a generous offering of electronic music: the very epitome of the Hobbes label’s remit in delivering leftfield unique visions of now techno, house and club sounds.’ MONOLITH COCKTAIL
‘There’s a playfulness to the tracks here which all feel markedly different from from one another as they pogo through a plethora of genres and moods’ THE SKINNY
‘Love the album and the Late Again dub is mega’ LEO MAS
‘He’s so talented!’ JD TWITCH (Optimo)
‘Lovely stuff’ S/A/M (Music For Dreams/DK, Cafe Del Mar, Pikes, Playasol Radio and many more, Ibiza)
‘Love the LP. Sounds really together, production is awesome. I love the aesthetic. Vocal tracks sit nicely with instrumentals. Vocals sound light-hearted’ THE MAGHREBAN
‘Sounds great’ AUSTIN ATO
‘Wow, this is off the scale.. easy one of the best albums I have heard coming out of Edinburgh in a long time, I had to check it twice just to get my head round just how good it is’ JOSEPH MALIK

BIO:Emerging from the epic Scottish house and techno scene of the 90s, George started his musical adventures as a dj then promoter, bringing to Scotland DJs from Chicago, New York, Toronto, Paris and London to play at the legendary Tribal Funktion parties in Edinburgh. This list includes legendary names such as DJ Sneak, Derrick Carter, Danny Tenaglia, Ian Pooley, Cajmere (aka Green Velvet), Gene Farris, Gemini, Doc Martin, Mark Farina, Heather, Angel Moraes, George Morel, Eric Rug, Romanthony and Miles Holloway & Elliot Eastwick (Paper Recordings), Hipp-E & Halo, Rasoul, Nick Holder, EFX, The Stickmen…

It’s been well documented online, not least the video clip from when Cajmere (aka Green Velvet) headlined, mid-90s (see above).  The clip below is the video for George’s 2019 release, Midway Day Sweats, which used original footage from the night.

Aside from co-founding Edinburgh’s Underground Solushn record shop, he also started producing his own blend of techno and house in the mid nineties. This led to a string of releases with seminal labels such as NRK, Stickman, 2020 Vision, Crosstown Rebels, Tirk and more recently Greco-Roman, Optimo and Output Recordings. After a move to London in 2000, the George T moniker began a long hiatus. Nothing was heard until Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard released an EP of rediscovered gems on Greco-Roman in 2017. His various monikers from then and now include Plastic Avengers, George Demure and more recently as one half of Jeanga and George. He collaborates extensively, with some of his most recent projects featuring actor Tam Dean Burn, soul singer Joseph Malik and Paranoid London’s Quinn Whalley. He continues to share his eclectic tastes on his monthly radio show All Noise on Edinburgh’s EHFM Radio.

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Tickets available via link above or on the door (unless sold out).


The Bongo Club
66 Cowgate