A DJ-based social enterprise supporting those who have experienced homelessness in Glasgow have appointed Sub Club as their new ambassador. 

Turn The Tables offers those living in hostels or facing homelessness the opportunity to to learn how to mix, operate professional sound and light equipment and reconnect with the music they love in a safe, social environment.  

Sub Club will now join the enterprise's previously announced ambassador, Bushwacka! in supporting their mission to support the mental heath of those experiencing homelessness through DJing.

A Sub Club spokesperson, said: “We are delighted to be able to get behind such a worthwhile project and to have the opportunity to support and engage with people experiencing homelessness through our involvement with Turn The Tables.”

Turn The Tables founder and director, Robbie Tolson, said: “We’re thrilled to announce Sub Club has been appointed as an ambassador for Turn The Tables.

Turn The Tables member Ryan

"We’re so excited for an institution with such a rich global history in electronic music and DJing get behind our mission.

“Our project has shown DJing can be such a powerful tool for change. So, it is really amazing that something that started so small is now gaining support from people like Bushwacka ! and world-renowned institutions like Sub Club.

"It’s really heart-warming to know that these big names in the industry are willing to do their bit to help us to support as many people as possible."

Operating in any urban area that has a booming electronic music scene and a problem with homelessness, they are creating a platform for the electronic music scene in each city to do their bit to support people experiencing homelessness.

Donate to the Crowdfunder page here:  https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/turnthetables.