Huntleys & Palmers, London
Established just under four years ago in Glasgow, Huntleys & Palmers – named not as a homage to the biscuit-makers, but after the codenames used for homosexuals and prostitutes in the 1957 Wolfenden report – are club promoters dealing in quality underground house music with a Latin or African street flavour. Huntleys & Palmers' latest indoor carnival takes place tonight at Dalston's Shacklewell Arms, starring Argentina's DJs Pareja. Signed to Matias Aguayo's Cómeme label, the duo are renowned in their homeland for their vigorously eclectic jacking house sets. Able support is provided by Auntie Flo, whose excellent kwaito-esque releases on Huntleys & Palmers' in-house label have been hammered this year by everyone who matters, from Pearson Sound to Ricardo Villalobos. Let's hope the Shacklewell bar is well stocked with Quilmes and Fernet.