Monthly Line-Up list August 18'
August marks the peak for summer festivals and parties in the UK and this is easily present in the array of line-up’s we’ve selected this month. Exciting label showcases, grandeur birthdays and our top Notting Hill carnival options feature this month. Enjoy!
Saturday the 4th
fabric: Ben Klock, Mr. G (Live), Randomer & More @ fabric, Clerkenwell
Klock plays for 5 hours in the EC1 basement for his final London appearance this year. The techno legend that crafted his trade at Berghain just over 10 years ago returns to a spiritual home for him outside of Berlin. Complementing him in room 1 Mr. G plays live, bringing his astute looping tech-house sound. Room 2 also packs heat with techno visionaries Randomer and Phase Fatal. Massive.
Friday the 10th
Dr Rubinstein (Electro Set) + Plant43 (Live) @ The Pickle Factory
The Pickle Factory continue their ascendance in the London club sphere with this well put together night. The eminent Techno DJ Dr Rubinstien plays a rare electro set where she will course through electro, breaks and golden era Detroit Sounds. Joining her is one of the UK’s electro figureheads in Plant42, playing live. This one’s a must for any electro fan in the capital.
Friday the 24th
Trouble Vision with Avalon Emerson, Call Super and Or;la @ Corsica Studios, Elephant and Castle
Trouble vision bring together another brilliant line-up here for their next party at Corsica. Room 1 is at the hands of Californian techno innovator Avalon Emerson and the ever-ascending Or;la, with a good chance the pair will go b2b on the night. It’s a rare London appearance for Avalon and her only London date booked for the rest of the year. And then there’s Call Super in room 2… Absolute belter of a party.
Saturday the 25th
Coconut Beats of Brazil: Giles Peterson (Brazillian Set) and HAAi @ Phonox, Brixton
Haai’s Coconut Beats party series returns for another month as she enlists one of London’s most renowned diggers in Giles Peterson to head up the Brazilian week. There’s arguably no better man to play this night in the world, famed for his deep collection of Brazilian records and history in UK clubs, this will be a special one.
Sunday the 26th
Secretsundaze Day & Night Birthday Party @ Oval Space
Secretsundaze celebrate 17 years of being a label with their now infamous annual birthday bash. Off the back of their summer residency at The Pickle Factory and a string of acclaimed releases it’s no wonder this one seems to be a big one. They welcome back Floating Points in his first Oval Space appearance of the year and debut Wajeed’s live act. As per with S.S parties there’s a secret special guest with only a hint through the mention of Sound Signature label… Could we see Theo Parrish make an appearance?
Sunday the 26th
Stevie Wonderland Carnival Afterparty @ CLF Art Café [Block A Bussey Building]
Stevie Wonderland provide an eclectic option for a Carnival Afterparty with this one. A line-up stacked with some of the world’s biggest names in disco, afro, house, dub, jazz, soul and beyond with Romare (Live), Auntie Flo, Alexander Nut and Donna Leake. The CLF Art Café is the place to be as carnival dies down and you need a place to call home for the night.
Sunday the 26th
Swamp81 Carnival @ The Garage, Highbury
A permanent feature in London’s carnival story each year Swamp81 come again with their famous carnival afterparty. After last years sell out at The Steelyard they are switching things up by moving to Highbury’s new spot The Garage. As for the line-up there’s no surprise it’s a stcked one featuring the best in London’s urban sound with sets from Loefah, Madam X, Pinch, Addison Groove and Benton.
Sunday the 26th
Krankbrother Presents: Summer BBQ @ Walthamstow Assembly Hall
Krankbrother are set to add yet another legendary party to their catalogue with this one. Motor City Drum ensemble puts the world renowned Walthamstow Assembly Hall’s acoustics to test as he tops the bill. He’s joined by a performance from Leeds’ Nightmares on Wax, off the back of his incredible release ‘Shape the Future’ earlier this year. Finishing off the bill are krankbrother themselves and electro stalwart Mr Scruff.
Friday the 31st
Move D (All Night Long) Closing Party @ Phonox, Brixton
I just couldn’t leave out one of Move D’s all-night long sets at Phonox this month as he takes up residency. His final date will be a special one for sure, see him beautifully progress through disco, house and techno as he says goodbye to the Brixton clubs faithful for 2018. I’ll be there, won’t you?