British clubbing institution Ministry Of Sound have announced that Sigma will be the first ever drum & bass act to headline their famous Saturday Sessions.
To mark this special occasion, Ministry are offering one lucky DJ Mag reader a pair of VIP tickets to the event.
The booking of the London chart-topping duo marks another step in the expansion of poly-genre dance music culture in the UK. Joining Sigma are breakbeat mastermind Krafty Kuts and Ram Records’ hottest new d&b pairing, Delta Heavy. Herve and Grum are among those spinning in the 103. For full details of the event click here
Since 2006, Sigma have been tearing their way to the top of the drum & bass game. The duo's track ‘Nobody To Love’, which was originally a bootleg remix of ‘Bound 2’ by Kanye West, topped both the UK Singles and Dance charts earlier this year, making them a name on everyone's lips at clubs around the country.
Check out ‘Nobody To Love’ below:
Ministry Of Sound has been a key driving force in the UK dance scene since 1991. From beginning life as a nightclub dedicated to house, Ministry has gone on to establish itself as a global music brand. Now encompassing everything from a record label to a radio station, Ministry Of Sound is on a mission to ensure the enduring growth and success of dance music culture.
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Q. Who was the first UK act to have a drum & bass No.1 single?
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