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Twisted Hearts Club taps into a multicultural musical vibe. Curator and resident DJ Subculture Sounds couples this concept with an inspirational décor of fake flowers, giant branded blow-up hearts and face and body painting. “I am obsessed with world music and contemporary Western music, so this is my attempt to merge them,” he says.
Downstairs, resident Maxi Dread whips up a cocktail of sound, enveloping the crowd in a deep, diverse warmth. It lays a perfect foundation for Three Sticks, a colourful bongo and percussion five-piece. A short trudge up a graffiti spattered staircase reveals a low-ceilinged room with a more intense atmosphere. Deep, uplifting house fused with a refreshing lick of worldwide spice streams through the murkiness as Subculture Sounds plays his favourite records.
Twisted Hearts Club oozes a carnival atmosphere rarely found at your average student affair. It’s full of the enlightened bustle of a quirky, music-loving crowd who whole-heartedly immerse themselves in Monday clubbing, and the fresh originality of the Twisted Hearts concept. Mike Roberts