Weekend Shakedowns: 19-22 April
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Morning commute? No thanks. 6am alarm clocks? Be gone. HR giving you crap? Absolutely not. Cast your weekly concerns aside because it's the goddamn weekend, and from Record Store Day to Sunday techno raves with a little Iggy Pop thrown in there for good measure, we're gonna make the most of it.
Come and witness the new era of MCs at Brixton Chip Shop as NY’s The Miserable Genius, Channel Dojo, Mr. Fox, Ali Blanco and more put their skills to the test.
Celebrating 7 years of excellence on the airwaves, the NTS crew are bringing some of their most dearly beloved hosts to Electrowerkz, with Beatrice Dillon, Covco, Judaah, Terekke, Amila, Powell and plenty more on hand.
Take off your shirt, wear your crotch-stifling jeans far too low and make sure your skin is extra saggy and leathery, because The Shacklewell Arms are throwing a birthday party for the great, anthemic punk icon Iggy Pop.
Come celebrate two years of musical masses and drench yourself in the healing light of jazz, funk, disco and highlife goodness as Church of Sound welcome Debora, Donna & Ece AKA Winds & Skins to toast two years of service. Praise be.
Cross-continental tropicalists Multi Culti are teaming up with everyone's favourite arty Peckham-based crew, Art Peckham, for an evening of Brazilian-influenced electronic music in the glorious confines of The Flying Dutchman. Come colourful.
'A techno night by women for women' reads the bio of Koodeta, who are taking over the Hoxton Basement with Esther Dujin, Tasha, M.A.N. and Ireen Amnes. Funktion One sound, no photos, good vibes, nothing more, nothing less.
You haven’t lived unless you’ve damaged your vocal chords screaming, 'I BLESS THE RAINS' to the ceiling of a dingy London club. If you’ve never experienced that truly unrivalled joy fear not, for Testimonial have you covered.
One of Europe’s greatest DJs, Hunee, is stepping foot in London once again. Yes, he’s here all the time it seems, but who needs an excuse to see him again? Not us, not us.
The weather can't seem to decided what season it's in, but regardless, Kiwi, Afriquoi, Bobby Pleasure and more will be beckoning the warmer months from the Prince of Wales rooftop with house, disco and funk.
The Run Out is a 12-hour takeover of the Copeland Gallery that combines a record fair, film screening, workshops and a club night. By day, it's a label market featuring faves Yam Records and Rhythm Section, Come nightfall, expect live music and DJ sets from Beatrice Dillon, Micachu, Happy Meals and more. Oh, and it’s freakin' FREE.
It’s Record Store Day, but if you’re too skint to buy any of the overpriced special editions then take refuge in the BBE Record Store. They'll be hosting disco, jazz, funk and soul selectors like Mr Thing, The Herbaliser and Al Kent to ease you through the day. Embrace.
The cavernous techno night Superstition are making things a little more intimate with a series of parties at 93 Feet East celebrating their resident DJs and up-and-comers. This time they're welcoming Pathworks, Flaminia, Tapefeed and Ossa di Mare.