London-based electronic connoisseurs Phonica, Nonsense & Streets of Beige are set to combine forces in July for a one off warehouse party toting some of the most exciting producers operating in 2011.
Taking place on July 8 at a secret warehouse location in East London, the bash will see Washington’s DC’s Beautiful Swimmers – the duo of Ari Goldman and Andrew Field-Pickering AKA Ramp Recording’s Maximillion Dunbar – headline, playing their debut London set following a handful of well received drugged-up discoid gems released on synthwave label Future Times.
Detroit house and techno protege Kyle Hall will be flying in direct to represent his deeply organic take on the D-Town sound, repping the rich history of Midwest vibes the city has, with a signatory vinyl-only set.
Support comes from Eglo acid king and the artist occasionally know as Wolf Man Roland, Funkineven, plus Brighton’s own cut up masters Soft Rocks, who’s blend of deep acid vibes and dusted down down disco positions them as one of the UK’s finest balearic revival acts of the past 10 years.
Earlybird tickets are available over at RA, and with this looking like one of July’s deepest line-ups, you best head grab them now.