Weekend Shakedowns: 15-18 March
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House music featuring didgeridoos, cheap dancing in the dark, tectonic power techno and garage classics from a genuine don, this weekend in the city has everything you could ever need.
Everybody's fave party throwers and music makers, Rhythm Section, are venturing across the river to host a big ol' shakedown at the iconic Jazz Cafe.
It’s Thursday-disco time as Death From Above’s Ray Mang heads canalside for a Thursday soiree at Number 90. Expect rolling edits, a few 4/4 bangers and a well earned Friday hangover.
Get those cheap dancing shoes on as the Céilí Collective head to Kingsland Road for some bass-heavy rumbles with Aggborough, Pandora's Jukebox, Céilí/Dylan and Witch Trials back-to-back with Local Action’s Finn.
In the world of UKG, few hold as much esteem as MJ Cole, the man who urged you to ‘be sincere’ and helped take the sounds of London global (or, at least, further than Elephant & Castle).
Prepare to dance as South London crew Body Motion set your, err, body to motion with four-to-the-floor techno and hard hitting electro courtesy of DJ Rian Treanor.
Celebrating the opening of Hackney’s Studio 73 - a brand new shiny studio for the London locals - the likes of Geejay, Kawala, Kadeem Tyrell, Dozer Carter and more will be heading to Stoke Newington’s Total Refreshment Centre for a night of lo-fi skate beats and London rhythms.
HAAi’s Saturday night’s at Phonox have become a London staple, but while her all-night sets are a thing of wonder, this weekend she switches it up by inviting the Dekmantel favourite Orpheu The Wizard along for the ride. Magic.
Discover your inner sanctum within the walls of South London’s Ormside Projects as the tectonic, electro rhythms of PLO Man pump through the speakers. Plus, with 3.5 hours to play with, he’ll be digging deep.
The newly (ish) founded Netil Radio head from your airwaves to the indoor confines of Hackney’s freshest spot, The Glove That Fits, inviting station regulars Wes Baggaley & Luca Schiavoni with them for an evening of house, techno and disco favourites.
Part Rhythm Sister resident, part WOMB 2 founder, on any given weekend you’ll find London’s Lucid Stannard behind the booth, but if you’re yet to see her in action then take refuge in NT’s as she goes all night long with house, disco and music to uplift your soul.
London artist Bishi has been blurring the lines between contemporary classical and electronica for over a decade now, so what better place to hear her in action than on the impeccable sound system at Spiritland? Come along and find yourself.
David Mancuso’s loft parties are stuff of legend, but unfortunately, they've long since ended. But we do have the Lucky Cloud Sound System, modelled on the NY parties with a stellar sound system and the finest disco selections to boot. Act very quickly on these tickets or risk disappointment.