Ethnobling, Turf and Submit are back party after their sell-out ‘Midsummer Terrace Party’, once again bringing a huge line-up to fill 13 house of house, techno, funk, disco and everything in-between.
Taking place at Brixton Jamm, the line-up is almost too much to take in but the probably highlight comes in the shape of Fatima and the full Eglo Live Band, as well as the label boss Alexander Nut. Afriquoi will also make an appearance, with an original mixture of African and UK dance elements, with Romare also providing a live set of similarly afro-centric sounds. If those live performances weren’t enough, then there’s the likes of Altered Natives, Jon Rust and DjRum all set to deliver more traditional DJ sets.
There’s all this and a whole lot more going on in Brixton on September 21, so if you want a whole day and night of fun it may be worth heading down to South London. You can grab tickets for the festivities here and check out the full line-up and more details here.