The Last Hospitality @ Building Six
Building Six, London
Hospitality returns to Building six for the very last time this November!
Building Six, London
Hospitality returns to Building six for the very last time this November!
Tuesday 17th November 2015
Following 3 sell out shows in the last 12 months, including The Lexington and Village Underground, and with her new album ‘Giants’ dropping imminently to great anticipation, we are very happy to announce we are bringing Andreya Triana’s soulful fireworks back again for her BIGGEST gig yet, at one of London’s favourite venues – KOKO on 17th November 2015
One of UKs favourite vocal talents comes in the form of London based Andreya Triana, who as well as her astonishing debut album ‘Lost Where I Belong’ (Ninja Tune) in 2010 has collaborated with musical giants such as Bonobo, Flying Lotus and Mr Scruff to name a few, and recently joined Bonobo on stage at his sold out Alexandra Palace date to a rapturous reception….
So come and absorb her smoky vocals and striking presence at a venue that has been host to some of the best and most important acts in London – KOKO. With a stellar line up of supporting acts still to be announced, North London will be exploding with talent once again.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this breakout moment of this beautiful singer’s solo career.
“The London singer looks every inch a star.” – The Independent
“Fireworks full of soul – ✭✭✭✭” – David Smyth / The Evening Standard – Review of Village Underground
“Like Nina Simone or Amy Winehouse – [her voice] gains its beauty from the cracks within it rather than any polished sheen.”
Event: Soundcrash Presents: Andreya Triana at KOKO
Line-up: Andreya Triana
Date : Tuesday 17th November 2015
Tickets: Early Bird: £14.50 / Advance: £17.50
Available from: www.soundcrashmusic.com
Basement Sate, 8 Broadwick street, London, W1F 8HN, UK
Nick has been running the counter and shop floor at Phonica for 5 years, regularly serving up new releases to some of the busiest working dj’s, everyone from Theo Parrish to Andrew Weatherall, Floating Points to Seth Troxler, Kenny Dixon and Four Tet. you name them, he selects records for them.
For his house sets Nick likes to draw on everything from early house from Chicago & late 80′s UK acid, to more modern deep jazzy house from all over the world – Germany, Russia, Japan
Nick has played warm-up duties for Moodymann, Henrik Schwarz, Four Tet, Dinos Chapman, and Omar-S.
In the last few years he has played venues such as Corsica Studios, Plastic People, Great Suffolk St, Fire and Fabric.
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Artists: Nick Williams
Time: 8:30pm to 1:30am
Concorde 2, Brighton
Hospitality Returns to Brighton for our one and only show at Concorde 2 on Saturday 17th October!
Fire is incredibly proud to host Tribal Sessions’ latest residency, and the first wave of shows illustrates the stellar spectrum of sounds to expect at the hallowed space. Techno luminary Juan Atkins headlines the launch party on Friday 9th October, cited as one of the scene’s originators, with fellow pioneer and Be As One label found Shlomi Aber playing too. The enigmatic Redshape joins them, with support from Blue Hour and Tribal’s resident, Jozef K.
The Mobilee boss has announced the full line-up for her first ever hosted event in London this October, with exciting talent Citizenn and Igor Vicente joining the party.
Armed with an uncompromising vision for the future of electronic music, Clock Strikes 13 is a new event series that aims to break new ground by uniting iconic labels, influential artists and revered venues in a way never done before. Across three months, CS13 will journey through sounds that span bass, house and hip hop through to electronica, techno and myriad hybrid genres in-between.
Golden Rules (Paul White & Eric Biddines)
Edan & Paten Locke
Lock N Load Events present
Thursday 1st October 2015
Following a remarkable sold out Easter Sunday event at Heaven, Bedrock have announced their next London show. Taking place at Shoreditch’s XOYO on Thursday 1st October, the night is in celebration of the seminal label and club night’s 17th Anniversary. The event will see Bedrock boss John Digweed on hand to deliver an extended five hour set.
After almost twenty years in the electronic music scene John Digweed’s popularity is still as strong as ever. This summer has seen him continue his residency at Pacha Ibiza (Insane), as well as being billed for festivals like South West Four (where he makes his eleventh consecutive appearance) and Belgium’s Tomorrowland, among others. Bedrock’s return to XOYO provides a unique opportunity to see this master at work in a very intimate setting and one that will see John at his very best. Do not miss this essential party for fans of quality electronic music.
Following the unforgettable event at Heaven earlier this year, we expect demand to be high for the return to XOYO. Pre-sale tickets are released via John Digweed’s Facebook page on Friday 31st July at 9am, with any remaining tickets going on general sale on Monday 3rd August at 9am.
Corsica Studios, London
Find Me In The Dark make it two in the month with a late September techno shakedown.
Thundering, roaring and gritty techno all showcased from a widely international list of names all dedicated to the pounding and crushing of club dance floors.
Perc needs little introduction, as London’s principal purveyor of dark, distorted noise-crusted techno, his production alias and Perc Trax imprint have done more for this sound over last 10 years than most others.
Developer will also finally be making his London debut. Having driven a Berghain-friendly mix of lucid, straight-up techno through his Modularz label, including an epic 3LP album last year.
As a fast-rising Parisian techno DJ and producer, Antigone has made plenty of waves over the past couple of years, with his new album for Token rapidly establishing him as an essential new talent to watch.
NGLY broke out on L.I.E.S. and the mysterious Russian Torrent Versions last year with some serious raw house and techno. Now coming all the way from Argentina for a debut rare ‘n’ raw analogue live set.
As a mainstay of Lobster Theremin’s heavy techno side, Snow Bone has amassed three unrelenting EP’s under his belt, with an LP under his Black Patterns alias slated for November and packing some serious hardware for his Corsica live debut.
Lastly, Mörk records’ rising star of hazy Traumprinz-esque techno, nthng, makes his London debut. Only his second ever DJ set but this young talent is as sharp as the best of them. Plus FMITD resident Calum will be manning the warmup.
All taking place across two rooms at Corsica Studios until 7am. A proper extended techno session on the best club sound system in London.
Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ
secretsundaze close their 2015 summer season on a Saturday, with Kai Alcé, Galcher Lustwerk, Wbeeza – live, Giles Smith and James Priestley
secretsundaze eveal news of their summer closing party in London, taking place on Saturday 26th September at Village Underground in the heart of Shoreditch. For those that don’t know, secretsundaze hosted the very first party at Village Underground in 2004, so the venue has a special place in their hearts. It really is a stunning space with the high dramatic ceiling and lovingly restored, exposed brick work.
For last party of the summer, secretsundaze wanted to bring something extra special, a line up and party for their core crowd and the heads. For the headlining act, they have dug deep to bring an artist they have wanted to play at secretsundaze for a few years now and someone whose productions have sound tracked many a secretsundaze party. Kai Alcé is without doubt one of the most underrated US artists. His productions have graced labels such as Moodymann’s Mahogani Music, seminal NYC label Trackmode and Omar S’s mighty FXHE. He can do soulful – check his remix of Sandman and Riverside’s ‘In Your Story’ or he can do rough ballsy peak time bangers like ‘Dirty South’. His DJ sets are equally as dynamic and secretsundaze are over the moon to have finally bagged him.
Second up they have a red hot talent representing with Galcher Lustwerk, one of the most hyped names in underground circles right now. Based in NYC, Galcher put out one or two records a few years back but it wasn’t until his 100% Galcher mix appeared earlier this year that showcases his new productions that people really sat up and took notice. His sound is deeeeeeeeep, with his trademark spoken word vocals laid over smooth, atmospheric grooves. He is no.1 on Juno’s Best Sellers right now with the hypnotising ‘I Neva Seen’.
Last up we have the one and only Wbeeza live. ‘Beeza’, as he is known to many, is a South London born and bred artist. Bursting with raw talent his sound is truly unique with house, hip-hop, jazz, garage and techno all amalgamated into his palette of sound. His live set is always off the chain and never fails. A regular at secretsundaze since 2007, Wbeeza is very much part of the family. He is currently working on a secretsundaze 12′ and a new LP which should see the light of day in late 2015.
As always, secretsundaze residents Giles Smith and James Priestley will be making their presence felt, as resident DJs and founding members of the party. The duo recently returned from a US tour to play Fabric’s Room 2 last weekend and have upcoming shows in Berlin, Barcelona, Bucharest and Dublin in the next few weeks.
Get ready to bid farewell to the summer with one of the finest parties of the year for those that like their house and techno deep and soulful.
Rye Wax, London
Beneath (Berceuse Heroique, PAN, No Symbols)
Andrew Lyster (meandyou)
Dance (Blank Mind)
Entering into an extended session this September, house music pioneer Kenny Dope steps up. One half of Masters At Work, he’s had a hand in creating some of the world’s biggest dance floor classics – inspiring many DJs that we know and love. It’s an honour to have him with us for this rare all nighter.