A whole host of talent join Kieran Hebden to the warehouse, including techno/broken beat peddler Willow, rising electronica star Saoirse, Lucky Me acolyte Eclair Fifi, bass juggernauts Pearson Sound (Hessle Audio) & Logic 1000, rounded off with enigmatic new producer Fall Forward.
After a string of sell out shows across the world DJ Seinfeld returns to London to helm another all-night-long session in celebration of his final Young Ethics release of the year.
This will be the last chance to see him play an open to close set in the capital for the 'foreseeable future'.
Room 2 has been carefully curated, with DJ Seinfeld inviting artist and friends that excite and inspire him musically, and that deliver on the musical ethos of his Young Ethics label. TBA on the day.
Skream is back with his back-to-basics 'Open to Close' tour after the previous three year's hugely successful, sold-out show. Once again, the clubbing stalwart brings his years of experience behind the decks as an innovative trailblazer to Village Underground. Expect him to join the dots throughout the styles he has championed throughout his long standing career in a 7 hour set!
Tickets available HERE
Digitalism bring their impressive live show to London's Village Underground.
Starting their career in 2001, producing vibrant live sets, the Digitalism boys soon signed to Kitsune, with their release ‘Zdarlight’. Following up the release with ‘Jupiter Room’ from their “Idealism” album, Digitalism soon became synonymous with their unique and original electronic productions, a crossover sound with roots found in both indie and techno.
The album, now celebrating a decade since release, became an instant classic in the indie electro scene, establishing Digitalism as one of the biggest acts in the genre, alongside notable acts such as Justice.
Digitalism are releasing a new album in 2020, and have already released several 'chapters
Tickets available HERE.
Super-house duo from Cologne Andhim return to their favourite London venue Village Underground to play all night long. Expect an intimate night of Teutonic house beats and their tracks from their Buenos Aires EP (out now!) and huge faves like Melte and Spayce with Simon and Tobias playing for 6 hours.
Ticket holders need to be in the venue by 12.30am.
We’re joined by one of the faces of Bugged Out!, Erol Alkan. As a producer, label owner, and DJ, the London artist has been at the forefront of UK club culture for the entire length of his career. Behind the decks, he’s best known for his encyclopaedic approach, channelling an encompassing sound that crosses techno, electro, disco, house and alternative guitar fare. He also runs the revered imprint Phantasy Sound, the primary home for his fuzzy productions. Erol made his debut for Bugged Out in room 3 of Fabric in the summer of 2001 and they made him a resident after this epoch making performance.