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29 Nov

Find Me In the Dark 1st Birthday

Corsica Studios, London

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Find Me In The Dark celebrate their 1st Birthday with a world exclusive acid live set from the revered house duo, Genius of Time. Known for their raw, hardware-analogue live sets, this time they’re heading in to the studio to work up a ton of 303-loaded tracks and reworks. 1 hour of never before heard acid action… This will be fully unmissable!

Joining them will be the excellent Christopher Rau, whose recent output on Smallville, Office and Thema have seen him produce some of his finest work to date.

Huerco S will be bringing the raw with a 3 hour set to get things really going, plus we have Imre Kiss laying down the dreamy stuff after a stunning vinyl debut on Lobster Theremin.

Kristina Records boss Jason Spinks will be joining us for an extended set of house and techno rarities and new cuts, the best of the best from the North East of the capital and one of the most underrated DJs in London.

Rounding out the lineup is FMITD and Lobster theremin head Asquith. With both night and label are having breakout years and he’ll be closing out the main room with some heavily fired-up jams. Expect serious late-night techno to roll us on into the afterparty!

Find Me In the Dark 1st Birthday
22 Nov

Rebeljam After Party at House of Vans – FREE ENTRY

House of Vans, London

Closing off one of the BMX world’s most hotly anticipated events, Red Bull bring a heavy night of Grime and Garage music to the House of Vans.

Steve Bishop, known professionally as Oneman, is a DJ and producer from Streatham, London. His background is in pirate radio and he is now a regular DJ on Rinse FM.

Oneman’s DJ sets typically blend dubstep, hip-hop, grime, UK funky and UK garage, and he has released two mix albums with Fabriclive and Rinse FM.

Crack magazine discusses Oneman’s early career and background, describing him as a “A figure synonymous with the Rinse FM station and the brand and subculture surrounding it, the origins of illegal broadcasts and guerrilla tactics made for an aggressive movement and an unmistakable sound. Having grown up in Streatham during the original impact of UK garage, the part Oneman plays in the landscape now is twofold. It’s not as if he’s attempting to initiate a full-on renaissance of the UK garage scene, but it’s DJs like Oneman who help embed these sounds into the consciousness of a clubbing generation who narrowly missed it.

Nathan Gerald, better known as Preditah is a Garage/Grime music composer, DJ & Bassist from Birmingham, England. Thanks to His orchestral, melodic head-banging music, He is now one of the most recognisable names and faces in Grime – a poster boy, even.

Murlo specialises in a wonderfully colourful kind of bass-heavy dance music and he’s getting the recognition he deserves.

This year he’s put out one of the best grime tunes of 2014, landed a mini-residency on BBC 1Xtra and become a strong affiliate of the Boxed and Butterz camps.

A few years back he moved to London from Brighton in order to concentrate on music and the step into the capital is now paying off. He taps into the whomp ‘n’ grind of grime, garage and bassline as well as the hot thrust of dancehall and afrobeats to create riddims that shimmy and shake with carnival energy and low-end heat. Put simply, you’ll know a Murlo tune when you hear it and he’s forging ahead with his own insatiable style.

The event will be streamed live on redbull.com/bike

Rebeljam After Party at House of Vans – FREE ENTRY
15 Nov

Simian Mobile Disco, Matthew Dear, Boddika, Rebuild

XOYO 32-37 Cowper Street; Shoreditch; London EC2A 4AP

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Simian Mobile Disco, Matthew Dear, Boddika, Rebuild (live)

Room 2: Wang Presents SMD (Warehouse Acid Set) + Electro Elvis + Jerome Hill
It’s been nearly 9 months since the launch of XOYO’s residency series and as a club we look back on an unforgettable run of parties. Our residents Eats Everything, The 2 Bears and now Jackmaster have all shown just how much dedication and passion it takes to deliver a prolific residency in present clubland. It’s a great honour to announce Simian Mobile Disco will become XOYO’s 4th quarter residents of 2014. As they release their brand new album Whorl, the internationally acclaimed duo will take the crown from Jackmaster this October. The pair will play 12 consecutive Saturdays across October, November and December bringing along an impressive roster of supporting guests to close XOYO’s inaugural year of the residency series.

With Simian this week is Matthew Dear, the emotive electronic pop artist, whose ambitious productions have earned him plaudits far and wide. Adding some grit to the proceedings are Boddika and Rebuild, a new project between A Guy Called Gerald and 808 State. After starting in Room 1, Simian will then be swapping headline duties for a special warehouse acid set in Room 2 for the rest of the night in association with legendary dance party WANG.

Simian Mobile Disco, Matthew Dear, Boddika, Rebuild
15 Nov

Dimitri From Paris, Mylo, Shit Robot, Severino and more…

Coronet Theatre 28 New Kent Rd; Elephant & Castle; London SE1 6TJ

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Dimitri From Paris
Breakbot
Mylo
Shit Robot
Severino
Joshua James

From the team behind XOYO and The Nest, we present you XOYO Loves: a platform where we can push the artists we listen to, the DJ’s we dance to and the promoters we party with in the most exciting way possible. From September to December we’ll be throwing six mammoth parties across London…

Gloria comes out to play on Saturday 15th November. Bubbling away in XOYO’s Room 2, Gloria’s is a revolutionary moment for XOYO and polysexual dance party Sink The Pink. While XOYO focus on presenting you an on-point and innovative set of DJs to supply the dance floor’s heat, Sink The Pink are on hand to deliver you the unexpected, coaxing you out of the straight-faced norm. It’s an honour to have Dimitri From Paris headline Gloria’s biggest party to date.

Dimitri From Paris, Mylo, Shit Robot, Severino and more…
15 Nov

Venetian Snares + Boxcutter + Chevron + The doubtful guest at The Laundry 15 – 11 – 2014

The Laundry, London

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In collaboration with Planet mu, Soundcrash presents one of the nastiest nights of the year at the Laundry 15th of November 2014…

If you made it to the last sold out show at Scala this year, you’ll know with Venetian Snares , to expect the unexpected. Since the beginning of his career he has been pushing the boundaries of electronic music, pioneering a particularly complex, manic and surreal style of breakcore that has placed him at the fore front of underground electronica. He’s distinguished himself, both by his meticulous approach to composition and by the abundance of his releases. More than 20 albums since his 1999 debut, along with a slew of seven-inches, remixes, and compilation appearances. It’s very rare these days that music producers are able to leap from genre to genre while still keeping the overall vision of the source material intact. Aaron Funk has managed to do exactly that in a way that is darker and nastier than ever imagined.

‘Brutally dissonant, mind-blowingly complex and very, very nasty.’ – BBC

Boxcutter is a guitarist and electronic music producer from Northern Ireland. He has been releasing music since 2005 on labels such as Hotflush and Planet Mu. He is mainly known for his dubstep-related work under the alias Boxcutter, back in the formative days of the genre, but has also released music under his own name and more recently as The Host, an internet-themed fusion of footwork-inspired beats and cosmic instrumental sounds.

The Doubtful Guest is the Queen of UK’s breakcore. During her set she will move (and you will dance) through a selection of styles fusing dub, drum’n’bass and pure party music. Finalising the Planet Mu lineup is Chevron the alter ego of electronic musician Jonathan Valentine. Since releasing his debut LP on Planet Mu ‘Everything’s exactly the same’, he has gone on to play countless raves across the U.K and Europe.

Come join us for one hell of a party featuring the finest artists from the long running british Record Label, Planet Mu…

Venetian Snares + Boxcutter + Chevron + The doubtful guest at The Laundry  15 – 11 – 2014
14 Nov

Axis presents Hatcha & Crazy D, Kromestar, Silkie, Commodo and more

Brixton Jamm 261 Brixton Road; Brixton; London SW9 6LH

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Room 1 (Axis):
Hatcha & Crazy D
Kromestar & Breakman
Silkie
Commodo
Square Wave

Room 2 (Love Kulture):
Special Guests
Leo Samson
Dragstar
Stereotype

This November Axis launches at Brixton Jamm, bringing you some of the finest sounds in Dubstep/140 the UK has to offer. If you love Dubstep and Underground music this is not one to be missed. For the launch we have brought you something special: as pioneers of the scene, these names have been consistent throughout the years and if that wasn’t enough, we also have a DJ that has been making waves in the scene over the last few years with his unique take on Dubstep/140. Love Kulture Project one of London’s biggest Reggae/Dub Nights will be hosting Room 2 bringing you nothing but Vibes. Brixton Jamm will be booming with Bass making it the place to be on November 14th.

Axis presents Hatcha & Crazy D, Kromestar, Silkie, Commodo and more
14 Nov

French Express with Jonas Rathsman, Moon Boots, Isaac Tichauer & Lane 8

XOYO 32-37 Cowper Street; Shoreditch; London EC2A 4AP

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Jonas Rathsman
Moon Boots
Isaac Tichauer
Lane 8 (extended set)

The French Express crew march back into town all guns blazing with a label party takeover at XOYO. All the key names will be present and correct, with Jonas Rathsman, Moon Boots and Isaac Tichauer all touching down for what is sure to be a night of disco and house-fuelled hedonism.

All favourites of the club, the trio will be joined by Anjunadeep’s Lane 8, who will be playing a special extended set in Room 2.

French Express with Jonas Rathsman, Moon Boots, Isaac Tichauer & Lane 8