17 Nov

Andreya Triana at KOKO – Her Biggest Show Yet!

KOKO, London

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Soundcrash presents…

Andreya Triana

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
Times: 7.30pm
Venue: KOKO
Tickets: Early Bird: £14.50 / Advance: £17.50
Available from: www.soundcrashmusic.com

Andreya Triana at KOKO – Her Biggest Show Yet!
02 Sep

Outlook Festival 2015

Fort Punta Christo, Puntizela 155, Stinjan, 52100 Pula

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Line-up /

Run The Jewels, ​ Boy Better Know, ​ Wiley, ​ Noisia, ​ Flatbush Zombies, ​ Pete Rock, ​ Jeru The Damaja, ​ The Beatnuts, ​ DJ EZ, ​ Goldie, ​ Mount Kimbie, ​ Cutty Ranks, ​ David Rodigan​, ​ Protoje, ​ Tippa Irie, ​ The Bug ​ft. Flowdan, Manga ​&​ Miss Red, ​ Sherwood & Pinch, ​ dBridge, ​ Zed Bias, ​ Bodhi, ​ Paleman, ​ DJ Haus, ​ Mumdance, ​ Om Unit, ​ FKJ​, Kahn & Neek, ​ The Upbeats, ​ Enei, ​ Mefjus, ​ Rockwell, ​ High Focus Records, ​ Little Simz, ​ Rodney P, ​ Skitz, ​ Mungo’s Hifi, ​ Iration Steppas, ​ Trojan Sound System, ​ Channel One Sound System, ​ Skeptical, ​ Kasra, ​ Ivy Lab, ​ Emperor, ​ Distance, ​ Kromestar, ​ Commodo, ​ Kaiju, ​ Alexander Nut, ​ Jon Phonics, ​ DJ Milktray

Europe’s largest celebration of sound-system culture is back again for 2015 and returns to the sprawling 19th century Fort Punta Christo on the stunning Adriatic coastline.

With its cutting-edge line-up, world class sound-systems, legendary boat parties and beautiful beach, Outlook has consolidated its status as one of Europe’s leading festivals.

The 8th edition of Outlook Festival starts on Wednesday 2 September until the early hours of Monday 7 September.

Outlook Festival 2015
30 Aug

secretsundaze Day & Night Birthday with Steffi, Roman Fluegel, Hunee & more


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secretsundaze reveal the line-up for the 14th birthday doubleheader on bank holiday Sunday 30th August, including Steffi, Roman Fluegel, Hunee, Bradley Zero and Endian with one more act still to be announced.

Venue wise it’s about tried and tested favourites. The daytime will be at Oval Space, the scene of many a classic daytime session. With the 2 beautiful terraces and huge window that runs alongside the main room at Oval it’s the prefect spot to enjoy the summer. For the nighttime they make the short journey to Village Underground in Shoreditch, a venue that’s always had a special place in secretsundaze’s hearts since throwing the very first ever party at the venue in 2005.

Headlining the daytime event is Steffi. The Panorama Bar resident has become a force to be reckoned with. As a DJ she is always bang on the money and her sound roams from classic deep house to slamming techno to breakbeat and booty bass.

Joining Steffi is the inimitable Hunee. Korean born but brought up in Germany, Hunee first came to the secretsundaze’s attention via his stunning ‘Tour De Force’ EP on WT Records in 2009 but he has become most famous for his DJ sets which are a romp through funk, soul, disco, house and techno all served up from behind the decks with great panache.

The final guest for the daytime event is local boy Bradley Zero. Most known as the tall dreadlocked one that hosts Boiler Room, Bradley has gone on to carve out a name for himself as a tastemaker and DJ through his south London party Rhythm Section and his label of the same name that is primarily focused on dusty, soulful grooves.

Headlining the nighttime edition at Village Underground will be one of dance music’s longest serving ambassadors, Roman Fluegel. A musical chameleon and a man of many talents he is probably most famous for his techno project Alter Ego but he has also has success with Soylent Green and Roman IV. His recent work on Dial as simply Roman Fluegel is some of his best to date and he is arguably back at the peak of his career. Expect to hear techno, bleepy house and futuristic Italo disco.

The second special guest for the nighttime has to be announced at a later date but it’s an artist that has made a big impression in a very short space of time and it’s their second appearance at secretsundaze. All will be revealed on June 9th.

The final guest for the nighttime is Endian, which is George Levings’, AKA Commix (Metalheadz) relatively new house/techno project. His new EP ‘Finish Me’, a breakbeat/techno hybrid on secretsundaze, looks set to be a huge release with the likes of Joy Orbison, Marcel Dettmann, Scuba, Midland and Roman Fluegel all championing it.

secetsundaze residents Giles Smith and James Priestley will be playing across both parties. Their forthcoming schedule sees them playing in New York, Washington DC, Miami, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, Bucharest and Belfast and they are in currently in the studio working on new music.

So the scene is set for a birthday to remember. Once again secretsundaze deliver a well-balanced line up that showcases the breadth of sounds they embrace in 2015. Coupled with the atmosphere expected on the birthday this should be a one of the parties of the year in the capital.

secretsundaze take a break from their London events in mid summer to host Room 2 at Fabric on Saturday 4th July with Giles Smith, James Priestley, Mike Huckaby and Patrice Scott. For more info visit http://fabriclondon.com .

secretsundaze Day & Night Birthday Party
Sunday 30th August | 2pm – 6am

Day / Part 1: Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, E2 9DT | 2pm to 10pm
Steffi, Hunee, Bradley Zero, James Priestley, Giles Smith

Night / Part 2: Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ | 10pm to 6am
Roman Fluegel, Special Guest – TBA, Endian, Giles Smith, James Priestley

secretsundaze Day & Night Birthday with Steffi, Roman Fluegel, Hunee & more
29 Aug

Hospitality Bank Holiday BBQ

Studio 338

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This August bank holiday we’re sending off the summer season in true Hospitality style with a BBQ session bigger than ever before!

No work on Monday so we’re cranking up the heat with an extended eighteen-hour takeover, soaring through the daytime’s sunshine right up ’til sunrise.

Catering to every need with a banging BBQ line-up full of your favourite Hospital selectors, alongside some very special guests, and of course only the finest of street-food delights throughout the day and night.

Our June BBQ sold out in just 5 days!

Tickets available soon


Hospitality Bank Holiday BBQ
29 Aug

South West Four

Clapham Common

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Lock N Load Events present
Bank Holiday Weekend. 29th & 30th August 2015.
Clapham Common, London


Fatboy Slim
Eric Prydz
In alphabetical order:
Aly & Fila
Amine Edge & Dance
Andrew Rayel
Anjunabeats Showcase
Black Coffee
Carl Craig ft ‘Mad’ Mike Banks [Live]
Dubfire: Live Hybrid
Eats Everything
Fritz Kalkbrenner
Gorgon City vs Pete Tong
Green Velvet vs Patrick Topping
Hannah Wants
Henrik Schwarz [Live]
Hot Since 82
Mind Against
Nic Fanciulli
Solomun vs Àme
The Magician
Tube & Berger ft Paji [Live]

Basement Jaxx [Live]
Armin van Buuren presents Gaia
In alphabetical order:
Adam Beyer
Andy C
Ben Pearce
Example + DJ Wire
Jaguar Skills [Live]
John Digweed
Joseph Capriati
Loco Dice
Marco Carola
Maya Jane Coles
Oliver Dollar
Shift K3y
Sigma [Live]
Sub Focus
Tale of Us
Wilkinson [Live]

Returning to our spiritual home of Clapham Common on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th August, South West Four 2015 will bring you a lineup featuring the biggest, best and most respected names in electronic music.

For the very first time SW4 will showcase ten incredible stages across the Bank Holiday Weekend, including the debut of our second main stage, the biggest indoor structure ever erected on Clapham Common. And with two main stages set to welcome your favourite headline DJs and live electronic acts, our lineup will hit the three figure mark for the first time, as we welcome over one hundred artists to the Capital.

The message here is simple; Twelve years in and South West Four continues to push the envelope. As we move into a new era in the development of the event we’re in no mood to hold back. SW4 2015 will be our most ambitious instalment to date and look to top last year’s weekend which was widely regarded as our best ever, resulting in us winning the coveted ‘Best British Festival’ award at the DJ Magazine awards. This is South West Four 2015…


South West Four
26 Aug

Dimensions Festival 2015

Fort Punta Christo, Puntizela 155, Stinjan, 52100 Pula

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Line-up /

Ben Klock
Lil Louis
Mount Kimbie (DJ Set)
John Talabot
Anthony Parasole
Hessel Audio : Ben UFO, Pearson Sound, Pangaea
Motor City Drum Ensemble
Daniel Avery
Horse Meat Disco
Jeremy Underground
DJ Deep
Paranoid London (live)
Delano Smith
Franck Roger
Max Graef
Doc Scott
Dego (4 Hero)
Gabriel Garzón-Montano
Seven Davis Jr
Giegling pres: Edward (live), Vril (live), Konstantin, Dustin
22a Records pres: Tenderlonius
Henry Wu
Al Dobson Jr
Deadbeat & Tikiman (live)
Lee Gamble
Intergalactic Gary
Clap! Clap!
Dele Sosimi
Afrobeat Orchestra
Josey Rebelle
Cosmic Slop DJs
Gerd Janson
Daniele Baldelli
Sadar Bahar
Dorian Concept
Kaidi Thatum
Alexander Nut
Eric Lau

Dimensions Festival 2015
22 Aug


Koko, London

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The Playground is proud to present a night of techno bringing together DUBFIRE collaborator OLIVER HUNTEMANN, the creator of techno JUAN ATKINS, Drumcode artists GARY BECK, GREGOR TRESHER, DUBSPEEKA and Italian live trio Agents of Time.

22 August 2015, THE PLAYGROUND will be leading KOKO Camden into far darker climbs and will be doing so with the sounds of monochrome and utilitarian techno. Stripped back sounds, tightened kick drums, and percussive rattles will be shaking the walls of one of London’s most infamous clubs with aid of some of the most influential names in electronic music.

Headlining the show is German minimal techno maestro and DUBFIRE collaborator, Oliver Huntemann. Since Amon Tobin’s technique of projecting visuals onto three dimensional shapes with his ISAM project, Oliver Huntemann was next to push audio-visual boundaries in electronic music, creating his sets live in full view of the audience through the revolutionary Reactable system. Reactable is essentially a tall circular table with a clear top that reacts – using cameras positioned at the bottom – to the placement and movement of various differently-shaped blocks. Once connected to a musician’s computer, the blocks can be assigned different powers and manipulating them on the table top changes tone, tempo, timbre, pitch, etc. Bjork has also utilised it to perform several songs live from her recent Biophilia album and is apparently a convert of the technology that was designed to make playing live electronic music engage with an audience.

Huntemann has just announced his highly anticipated upcoming EP ‘Schwarzlicht und Filmriss’, which is to be released in June 2015 with a series of events in Ibiza playing alongside such names as SOLOMON, Sven Vath, Dj Koze and Mano Le Tough. His signature sound is revered by techno fans globally; many putting this down to his ability to innovate whilst staying true to the roots of the music.

Joining him is Juan Atkins, a man who has been at the forefront of dance music for 35 years. Having been at the very heart of the scene since the 1980’s, he has created some of the most influential bodies of music the genre has ever seen. Blending techno’s nocturnal pulse with ambient noise and heavily layered electro complexity, Atkins continues to prove that he is still at the pinnacle of his career.

Further adding to the bill is Glaswegian DJ and producer, Gary Beck; a regular fixture at the world’s most highly regarded clubs and festivals. Beck has released music on Drumcode, Cocoon and Saved as well as his own BEK Audio imprint. Meandering pulses, relentless drive Beck the perfect candidate for what is guaranteed to be a night of no holds-barred, mind bending beats.

Anyone that knows of Gregor Tresher, who is also set to spin at the evenings proceedings, will know that he is relentlessly focussed not only on beats, but on groove and melody; something which can often be surpassed when it comes to the industrial, German techno soundscape. With an almost unheard of attention to detail, Tresher consistently produces absolute uniqueness and driving intensity.

Further support comes from Drumcode duo Dubspeeka. Renowned for the levels of pure darkness infused in their music, Dubspeeka’s expertly produced, pummelling beats grabbed the attention of industry professionals, earning them the title as “One of the best upcoming acts” by techno icon, Adam Beyer.

Completing THE PLAYGROUND’s pick of in demand underground talent are Italian trio Agents of Time. Together they develop a rare innovative sound, characterized by the fusion of progressive, techno and ambient is distinguished by their unique stage show and use of live analogic instruments. The performance is always unpredictable and never taken for granted. “Nothing is left to chance, all is entrusted to time”.

With the above as a line up, it is only fitting that a key focus of the night is mood, atmosphere and a total lack of pretension. The music will speak for itself.

18 Aug

SUNN O))) + Phurpa

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX

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The American drone metal and experimental ambient pioneers make their Royal Festival Hall debut.

Sunn O))) have been challenging the boundaries between genres for sixteen years. In that time, core members Stephen O’Malley and Greg Anderson have made music that connects metal, drone, contemporary composition, jazz and minimalism, while remaining true to the principles of volume, density and weight.

Their increasingly collaborative output has seen them work with Japanese noise artist Masami Akita (Merzbow), Japanese band Boris, Runhild Gammelsæter (Thorr’s Hammer), Joe Preston (The Melvins and Thrones), Oren Ambarchi and Julian Cope, while last year saw the release of Soused, their collaboration with former Meltdown director Scott Walker.

Sunn O))) cross the music-art divide, having collaborated with Banks Violette at the Maureen Paley Gallery in London (performing inside a sealed room while vocalist Attila Csihar clawed his way out of a black coffin), and performed alongside Liars, Burning Star Core and Leopard Leg as part of the music strand of the Frieze Art Fair.

Support comes from Phurpa, a Russian group with a background in electroacoustic and industrial music. They perform traditional Tibetan music using instruments and attire from the Bon religion, a precursor of Buddhism.

Their trademark style is based on a special type of tantric overtone singing and chanting known as gyukye (rgyud skad). They combine this with the sound of ritual Tibetan instruments such as the dungkar (a horn made out of a huge seashell), dungchen (three-metre-long trumpet), silnuyen (flat cymbals), nga (double-sided drum), damaru (a drum made out of human skulls), kangling (human thighbone trumpet) and shang (bon tambourine).

SUNN O))) + Phurpa
16 Aug

Sonus Festival 2015

Zcre Beach

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Summer techno adventure Sonus Festival reveal Apollonia, Chris Liebing, Dixon, Guti, Joseph Capriati, Luciano, Pan-Pot, Ricardo Villalobos, Sven Väth and tINI as just some of artists set for their third expedition this summer, with many names still to come. Find 10,000 party people from across the globe at Sonus Festival from the 16th-20th August, taking place in hedonistic Croatia hotspot Zcre Beach, all destined for unrivalled party vibes soundtracked by the most respected selectors from international house and techno circuits.

New Additions
(In Alphabetical Order)
&ME * Âme live * Bunte Bummler live * Dorian Paic * Felipe Valenzuela * Felver * Fumiya Tanaka * Hash * Ian F * Jackmaster * Jamie Jones * John Digweed * Karotte * Labud * Len Faki * Leon * Marco Carola * Matador (live) * Mathias Kaden (live) * Meat * Mimi * Monika Kruse * Nastia * Onur Özer * Rampa * Raresh * Rhadoo * Richy Ahmed * Robert Dietz * Rødhåd * Seb Zito * Sedee * Sergej Snooze * Seth Troxler * Shaun Reeves * Shoxy * Sonja Moonear * Soul Capsule * Steffen Deux * Ten Walls (live) * The Martinez Brothers * Zero *

Early Birds from 129€
First release 149€
Second release 169€
VIP Ticket: 229€

Travel packages available from Collegium, Festicket and Destination Clubbing, starting from just 279€. More info on sonus-festival.com


Sonus Festival 2015
01 Aug

Eastern Electrics Festival 2015

Hatfield House

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First Line Up Announcement:
Eastern Electrics Festival 2015 line-up
Eastern Electrics stage / Guti / Jamie Jones
Skreamizm / Floorplan / Richy Ahmed / Skream
tINI and the Gang / tINI
Black Butter Records / DJ EZ
Gloria’s / Lil Louis
Sankey’s / Steve Lawler
Star of EE Pub
Kubicle (VIP area) Early birds are now SOLD OUT | £39.95 tickets now on sale | £59.95 VIP tickets (for limited time only) | £79.95 Standard price (Buy 6 get 1 free offer on all tickets bought through the website)

Eastern Electrics Festival 2015