When Terry Francis and Nathan Coles started Wiggle, it was pretty much a reaction to their circumstances. Already committed to London’s fledging acid house scene, and both influenced by rare groove and up-tempo soul, they wanted to do something off their own backs, just for their mates and with DJs they liked. Evil Eddie Richards was one of them and so much so, they made him a resident. Over 17 years later the trio are still in the rudest of health, noising up nightclubs with that same simple ethos, while Wiggle – the catch-all term covering record label, party and attitude – has also come to typify a style of music; a deep, druggy basement-shaking music to escape in and get down to.
Since it's begging Wiggle has long held a special place in the hearts of the UK underground community. Held initially on a monthly basis at a variety of often secret locations and promoted strictly through word of mouth, the night has grown and developed through it's policy of promoting the original etho's of the acid house movement; it's sound system booms, it's atmosphere unpretentious and where absolutely everybody is having a great time. Wiggle is a night like no other and has consistantly been ahead of it's time in a whole host of ways.