It’s party people in the house each and every Friday night. Strictly the cutest club vibes and the sickest sounds — from dusty, funk bombs to slamming, tribal screamers and back again. We’re out here from 10pm until the dance is done.
It’s difficult to overstate Tony Humphries’s impact on dance music. As Running Back honcho Gerd Janson put it in an interview with Bruce Tantum, when it comes to American house music records, Tony’s name is second only to God’s in its tendency to pop up in the thank-you section of the liner notes.
His long-running mix show on KISS FM and his residency at the famed New Jersey nightclub Zanzibar are both regarded, rightly, as key influences during house music’s formative years, and his subsequent residency at London’s Ministry of Sound ensured that the “Jersey sound” with which Tony has become synonymous expanded far beyond the Newark city limits.
We’re thrilled to have him bring the gospel to Nowadays for an all-night set of diverse, soulful dance tunes.