Monthly London club SOS, famous for its voguing club kids, freakish fashionistas, buff boys and girls, and a contemporary soundtrack of everything from disco to garage, makes the most of the Jubilee Weekend with a five-roomed warehouse party.
Taking over the three-floored Islington Metal Works on Sunday 3rd June, they're ramming it with a diverse array of talent, from tea parties and pop up cinema to - most importantly - the best in house and bass music (well, we are DJ Mag even if we're partial to a cup of tea while watching a film too).
In The Underworld room, Zombie Disco Squad jets straight in from his 'Brains' album launch party in Berlin supported by Shadow Child, Dirtybird's latest, greatest, signing, and Andy Blake who, from setting up the much-feted Dissident Records to the continuing success of his World Unknown party, has been blazing a trail through London nightlife and beyond.
The Future Now! room, meanwhile, is taken over by the Hyperlink crew and headed up by Funkystepz, whose brand of bashy funky has graced the likes of Hyperdub and Rinse FM.
Full line-up and ticket details below.
The Islington Metal Works
7 Torrens st, EC1V1NQ London, United Kingdom
£7 before midnight. £10 after
Advance tickets: http://is.gd/Gw7OxD
Zombie Disco Squad (Made To Play)
Shadow Child (Dirtybird)
Andy Blake (World Unknown)
THE FUTURE NOW! - Hosted by Hyperlink
Long X DJ
I LOVE THIS SONG - Hosted by Sink The Pink
10.30pm - Midnight
The Siren Suite - Gala Avant-Classical Soundscape by the legendary artists:
St Cecilia's Tea Party
Angel Rose and Josh Quinton's Videodrone
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