Previous Events

hscflyer1Hometown Social Club hosted the first of their events on 15th December 2012 @ The Attic in Bathgate and featured a well thought out and eclectic line up featuring live performances from Glasgow’s Magic Daddy & Machines in Heaven plus local DJ support from Grav-Air & Silky.

Magic Daddy
We are extremely excited to be bringing Magic Daddy to Bathgate for for the first of our Hometown Social Club events. Magic Daddy aka Greg Hurst has release records on OSCARR Records (Optimo), Stuff Records (NMBRS) and most recently his excellent Rock Hyrax EP was released on Black Lantern Records and is very pleasing to the ear! Magic Daddy has been rocking Glasgow’s underground and beyond for over fifteen years now with his fresh approach to current club trends. Be prepared to dance!!

Machines In Heaven
Another reason to get excited about the first ever Hometown Social Club is Machines In Heaven. It doesn’t get much fresher or more upfront than this. With their first album due to drop in Spring of 2013 Machines of Heaven are sure to entertain with their combination of beats, bliss & trippy elements. Described by Bram E. Gieben of The Skinny as “The perfect Glasgow band – they combine all the musicianship & live appeal of an indie-rock combo with a fine feel for tough dance beats & experimental electronics. Their sound continues to evolve as the band explore new methods of production & performance. They have depth & range: the perfect soundtrack to late nights, summer days or headphone inner-visions”. Not be missed!!

Grav-Air & Silky
Our new friends and local underground stalwarts Grav-Air & Silky will be providing a DJ set of the finest deep & tech house. Taking an ultra modern approach the pair utilise the latest in DJ technology to ensure the dancefloor is always rocking. Resident DJ’s @ Delete in Linlithgow Grav-Air & Silky are very well placed to compliment our live guests and we’re very glad to have them on board for the evening. You should be too. Essential!!

As well as all that the Hometown Social Club DJ’s will be on hand providing an eclectic blend of the best Hip-Hop, Dub, Techno & House or anything else that’s going to make you dance.



Hometown Social Club welcomes you to join us at The Attic for session number two & some serious partying! After such a great start with our first night we are sticking to the music policy of Hometown Social Club and on 2nd March we present to you some of the finest talent in the country!!!

***KROWN LIVE*** (Black Lantern Music)

We are very happy to announce that Gary Crowne Blm aka “Krowne” will be coming to join us at Hometown Social Club on 2nd March. Based in Edinburgh, Krowne is an electronica, hip-hop and techno producer – Bring it on!
This guy has exactly the credentials required to rock The Attic’s dancefloor and his unique take on a broad range of genres from Techno, House, UK Bass & Breaks to more contemplative film score & soundtrack styles is perfect for Hometown Social Club.
A long time affiliate of the excellent Black Lantern Music he has an extensive collection of releases under his belt as both a solo artists and as one half of Kromatic alongside Asthmatic Astronaut .
In June 2012 Krowne won the “Orbital -Wonky” Beatport remix competition. (

***LEE Marvin*** ( Funktion At The Junction/ Scottish Soulful Weekender)

Also Joining us on the 2nd March at The Attic will be one of Edinburghs hardest working DJ’s and our good friend Lee Marvin…

Lee has shared the same bill as Ashley Beedle, Inner City, Tony Humphries, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Greg Wilson, DJ Spen, Prins Thomas and Rahaan.
Lee Marvin is a familiar face on the Edinburgh club scene with over a decade worth of experience under his belt as a promoter and DJ. Lee is also known for running Edinburgh’s only daytime club ‘Funktion at the Junction’ with Scotland’s legendary DJ ‘Yogi Haughton’. FATJ has seen crowds travel from all over Scotland and even as far as London and Amsterdam to be a part of this unique club. You can also find Lee playing at Scotland’s biggest underground event – The Scottish Soulful Weekender
Were delighted Lee is coming to visit Hometown Social Club and can’t wait – Dancin’ shoes at the ready! 🙂

Mr Manyana (Jazz Spastiks/House Arrest)

Mr Manyana is one half of hip hop production duo Jazz Spastiks. After 10 years producing the duo are now on their fourth album and have worked with a host of underground emcees from across the world. Highlights include releases on HipNott, Godsendant and Mark Farina’s Mushroom Jazz.

Manyana also has a huge passion for house music which has seen him play alongside the likes of DJ Heather, DJQ and Craig Hamilton.


Also on the night local vinyl enthusiast, music lover and all round good guy, Paul Murphy, will be sharing his extensive record collection with us. If you like your beats to crackle and pop as much as we do then make sure you don’t miss this.


hscpastflyer3Resident Party No. 1

Our aim when we started Hometown Social Club was quite simple. We wanted to dance to top notch tunes without having to stump up a kings ransom to some rude, sweaty taxi driver to take us home from the city. There really isn’t many places in this area booking the kind of DJ’s and live acts we wanted to hear so we decided to do it ourselves. It also occurred to us that West Lothian must be brim full of talent and wondered if it might be possible to unearth some of it…

Well, we can confirm that it almost certainly is and we have……..

Our most recent event saw Paul Murphy play his first ever gig. And what a debut! A natural behind the decks with impeccable taste and a serious passion for good quality dance music!

On the same night Mr. Manyana joined in on the fun and well, what can we say? This guy got skills!! A proper entertainer who can rock a dancefloor like a true pro! We’ve been very lucky and it really has been a joy to host these guys.

We are pleased to announce and feel very privileged that Mr. Manyana & Paul Murphy, along with Paul’s brother Ross, have agreed to join the HSC team as our new resident DJ’s. (Were delighted)

Mark your diary for May 4th as you are cordially invited to join us at The Attic as we celebrate the new additions to HSC family with our very first “Residents Party”

Davie Kelly
Mr Manyana
Paul Murphy
Ross Muphy

Building the love!


hscpastflyer4The SFC Takeover!!

To say we’re excited is understating it slightly. This is most definitely an ambition fulfilled for us here at Hometown Social Club. We’ve been longtime admirers of these guys and we’re thrilled that they are bringing the Funk with them to The Attic.

Once described as “‘somewhere between King Tubby and King Diamond’ So Fidel Castro straddle that often overused genre title of dance/rock crossover. Born from the Legendary Suburban Funk Command collective (Silly Sunday, Subfunk) they were often seen playing alongside such luminaries as The Bays. Now a ‘proper band’ they manage to fuse a sound of Techno, Dub, Rock and Roll into easily danceable tracks. With an ever fluid line up over the years, at any point their membership ranges from 3 – 7 on stage, containing many of Glasgow’s top underground producers/dj’s/ and mc’s no 2 gigs will ever be the same.

As well as their live show SFC’s main man Zippy will be rocking the dancefloor with his unique take on Techno, Dubstep and more… This man knows the wants and needs of the dance floor intimately and and guarantees satisfaction every time.

And of course your ever dependable HSC residents will be on hand to keep the flow going throughout the night.

Folks will be telling their grandkids about this one. Don’t let them down, they might never forgive you.

Book Saturday 6th July in your diary and probably the 7th too – This could get messy!!! 😉 X


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