Rob Lamb and Scott Parker are part of the DJ trio Vinyl Ãœberlords. They stage a regular night at The Betsey Trotwood pub on London’s Farringdon Road, the next one being 4 September. Lamb describes their mix of music as probably your favourite and worst records. Much thought, he says, goes into their flyer designs, which are based around a gerbil theme. The cover of their CD, Goodbye Stupid, is a rip off of the Beastie Boys’ Hello Nasty. What do they get out of it? ‘The opportunity to play our records really loud,’ says Lamb.
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