• Audion + Tiga – Bank Holiday Sunday 4/5/14


    Subverticul live trailer:

    It’s been five years since Audion’s HECATOMB, the hypnotic live A/V tour that changed the way we look at Matthew Dear’s dancefloor alter ego. But the wait is over: Audion is back with a career-spanning retrospective (Audion X), a new album in the works for 2014, and SUBVERTICUL, a brand new, breathtakingly immersive audiovisual experience. (more…)

  • Field Day After Party announced!

    This year’s Field Day after party takes place a 15 minute walk from the site at nearby Oval Space with our best ‘afters’ line up yet. Get down as soon as the strains of Sbtrkt band Metronomy subside at the park to catch Moxie and Gerd Janson. They may be going b2b at the festival but you can see them playing solo sets at Oval space: Innervisions’ Ame, Jackmaster and Daniel Avery will be keeping the party going til 6am. Early birds on sale here.

  • Field Day compilation Out 12/5/14

    This year’s Field Day album in association with Rough Trade reflects the wide spectrum of genres and acts on this years’ eclectic line up. It includes tracks from headliners Pixies and Metronomy, South-African band John Wizards, established artists like iconic 80s legend Neneh Cherry, psychedelic-voyagers The Horrors, LA four piece Warpaint, Field Day alumni Blood Orange and Australian dance/ psychedelic duo Jagwar Ma, world acts Seun Kuti & Fela’s Egypt 80 and Syrian wedding-singer-turned-dance music-idol Omar Souleyman as well as dance institutions SBTRKT, Simian Mobile Disco and Todd Terje… and many more. Pre order here.

  • Bugged Out x Blasé Boys Club: Duke Dumont, Jonas Rathsman & Kiwi

    Duke Dumont returns to Bugged Out’s monthly at XOYO with another Blasé Boys Club session. Last June he premiered his track ‘Hold On’ at the night, this time he’s back armed with another No.1 single with ‘I Got U’ firmly at the top spot. Joining him on the night will be Jonas Rathsman and new BBC signing Kiwi. Limited advance tickets go on sale Wednesday March 26th at 10am via our Ticket Arena site and Resident Advisor.

  • Andrew Weatherall b2b Daniel Avery at XOYO March 28th

    Andrew Weatherall returns to Bugged Out for the umpteenth time. He first played for us in 1995 and remains one of our favourites DJs here in our 20th year. We can say the same for Justin Robertson who has also been along for the ride all this time and can give Weatherall a run for his money in the hirsute/sartorial stakes. Weatherall goes b2b with Mr Drone Logic Daniel Avery for 4 hours on the night. Joining them is a very special guest who we will announce late Feb! The latest Phantasy signing Ghost Culture and Lemmy Ashton complete the bill.

  • Erol Alkan’s next LDN show March 22nd

    Were you there for Erol’s brilliant set on NYE? Seeing in 2014 to his ‘Hold On Love’ track never sounded so good. His next London show takes place at the awesome Area club in Vauxhall where we held November’s Chemical Brothers show. Joining Erol are the legendary Emperor Machine with his first DJ set in London for 5 years, Bugged Out favourite Matt Walsh and U from Man Make Music. Tickets from here.


  • Bicep & Gerd Janson at XOYO April 25th

    Cosmic muscle flexers Bicep headline Bugged Out at XOYO on Friday April 25th. Their last appearance at the club for us was in Feb 2012 and they’ve come a long way since then, curating Feel My Bicep festival stages and clocking up numerous acclaimed wee pumpers (as they call ‘em) like Vision of Love and […]


    THUMP: 20 Years of BuggedOut!

    I.D magazine Feb 2014

    There’s an 8 page feature in this month’s I.D magazine with Erol Alkan, Daniel Avery, Skream, Ivan Smagghe, Duke Dumont, Julio Bashmore and Simian Mobile Disco reflecting on our 20 year history. Check Erol & Daniel’s interview here. 

    DJ Magazine – Dec 2013

    A feature on the Weekender

    Winner of Best British Club.Thanks to all the readers who voted for us!

    Field Day Radio Episode 11

    This show features an exclusive in-depth interview with voodoo pop / medieval synth folktronica trio Stealing Sheep, who introduce us to their songwriting process and explain how the creativity of Liverpool has shaped them – and how one of them even managed to jam (on a Kazoo) with Liverpool legend Paul McCartney.

    Plus there is music from Field Day favourites Vondelpark, Thomas Mapfumo, East India Youth, Daughter, How To Dress Well and Ariel Pink as well as classic tracks by John Lennon, The Rolling Stones and the dream trio Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus & Max Roach.

    Field Day Radio Episode 10

    This show features an exclusive in-depth interview with legendary rock drummer Ginger Baker, who is renowned for his work with seminal bands Cream and Blind Faith as well as with Afrobeat creator Fela Kuti.

    Plus there is music from King Krule, Jagwar Ma, Metz and Happa; Four Tet’s brilliant remix of Justin Timberlake’s Suit & Tie, classic tracks by Cream and Fela Kuti, as well as a live recording of the Miles Davis Quintet performing ‘Bitches Brew’ back in 1969.