|Begins||March 11, 1995|
|Ends||June 18, 1996|
|Location(s)||1 Hoxton Square, London, N1|
Dusted was a club night ran from Blue Note (previously known as the Bass Clef), hosted by James Lavelle. It was held monthly from March 11 1995 until June 8 1996. In July 1996 it was relaunched as Dusted 2 and continued until April 1997.
- 11 Mar 1995 - James Lavelle, Attica Blues, Patterson
- ? Apr 1995
- ? May 1995
- 8 Jun 1995 - James Lavelle, Dego, D'Afro, Aura
- 29 Jul 1995 - James Lavelle, Attica Blues, Underdog
- 26 Aug 1995
- 23 Sep 1995 - launch party for DJ Krush's Meiso album. - DJ Krush, James Lavelle, Peshay, Charlie Williams
- 21 Oct 1995 - James Lavelle, Psychonauts, Krust, Charlie Willieams
- 18 Nov 1995
- 16 Dec 1995 - Attica Blues, Underdog, Fraser Cooke, James Lavelle
- 13 Jan 1996
- 10 Feb 1996 - James Lavelle, D'Afro, Will Bankhead, DJ Aura, The Psychonauts
- 9 Mar 1996 - James Lavelle, DJ Peshay, The Underdog, D'Afro
- 13 Apr 1996
- 11 May 1996
- 18 Jun 1996
Several dates are missing, but is presumed that Dusted was monthly throughout 1995.
Review of 13 Jan 1996 Dusted by David Bancroft
Had an excellent might at the Blue Note near Old Street, London on saturday. Mo'Wax do a monthly party there with James Lavelle etc on the decks. Small place, absolutely packed out with people dancing everywhere. Arrived at about 11pm and there was a small queue, got inside within 5 minutes - 8 quid. Nice small bar upstairs with Acid Jazz type stuff playing. Drinks were cheap for a club - 2 quid pint of Kronenburg/Miller. This place seemed to be more of a drinking place than certain clubs ;^) but not in the pissed-up, beer-boy way - probably just an older crowd who have decided to move away from certain "refreshments" either temporarily or not. Anyway, nice party atmosphere but no hugging or gurning going on. Downstairs in the main room, some cool hip-hop playing. This seemed to go on for about an hour followed by some absolutely classic house and techno all mixed up - LFO, Rhythim is Rhythim - all the old faves. This then seemed to all mix seemlessly into some wigged-out new shit - trip-hop, whatever you want to call it - probably Mo'Wax stuff, but I'm no expert, as James Lavelle was on the decks with a good MC to boot (I don't usually like MC-ing). This agin seemed to mix smoothly into loads of wickedly jazzy Drum'n'Bass for the last 2 hours - finished at 5am. Being pretty dissappointed recently with new house and techno stuff basically not moving forwards - this was refreshing and new. It's nice to be excited about music again.
- Clubs: Jacques Peretti sees the light. Peretti, Jacques. The Guardian; London (UK) 08 June 1996: C30.