This Saturday 28th October, Adam Beyer's Drumcode Halloween party touches down at Tobacco Dock.
The party – which sold out quicker than you can say 'trick or treat' – features performances from techno's biggest names across three rooms, in one of London's most exciting new venues.
In:Motion has now revealed the talents that will be keeping Bristol grooving during the month of November. Mount Kimbie (live), Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Gorgon City and Percolate among those featured in the Phase Two announcement.
Set at the intimate surroundings of Marble Factory, this Mount Kimbie performance will be first opportunity to catch the duo perform tracks from their third studio album in Bristol. Additionally, Gorgon City will be performing tracks from their much-anticipated sophomore album ‘Kingdom’.
Drumcode head honcho Adam Beyer has confirmed new names for his ‘Adam Beyer presents… Drumcode Halloween’ event at Tobacco Dock on 28th October.
Alan Fitzpatrick, Ilario Alicante, Layton Giordani, Matador and Scuba, alongside special guest Maya Jane Coles, will all play on the night.
Already on the bill is Amelie Lens, Dense & Pika, Enrico Sangiuliano, Levon Vincent, Marquis Hawkes, Nick Höppner, Reset Robot and Sam Paganini.
Awakenings is set to return to Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) this October with a huge line-up of events featuring Paul Kalkbrenner, Leni Faki, Adam Beyer and many more.
Homegrown talent Joris Voorn with throw a special Joris Voorn & Friends event on Friday 20th October with support from Sven Vath, Kolsch, Nastia and Scottish duo, Slam.
Drumcode Records has launched a new merchandise line, which is available via the label’s new online store.
The range of merch from Adam Beyer’s imprint features tees, tanks, hoodies, sweats, slip mats, hand fans, flags, bags and much more.
You can see a selection below and check out the full range here.
The Warehouse Project — one f the UK’s standard setting venues — has now confirmed its full diary for autumn’s ten-week season, with a long list of heavyweights ready to pack out Store Street, a car park-turned rave haven located beneath Manchester’s Piccadilly Railway Station.
On Saturday 28th October Adam Beyer will be bringing his Drumcode cohorts to London's Tobacco Dock for the capital's definitive Halloween party.
Beyer is promising a devilish line-up consisting of core Drumcode affiliates, industry luminaries and burgeoning young talent from across the techno realm for Halloween party, which is now in its fourth year.
Tobacco Dock has seen some quality of life improvements over the summer months, mainly focussed on the Little Gallery, which has been given a bump in floor space and has seen its ceiling lowered to really add to the atmosphere.
Elrow’s 2017 expansion has been slowed due to disagreements with local officials in Salou, ES. At the recommendation of local politicians and stakeholders, Elrow’s 15th July Friends & Family festival has been cancelled.
The cause of legendary trance artist Robert Miles' death has been revealed, with the Italian DJ/producer and founder of OpenLab passing away from cancer on Wednesday (10th May).
According to a statement posted by OpenLab — the radio station headed up by Miles since 2012 — the producer passed away from stage 4 metastatic cancer aged just 47.
“Robert passed away peacefully last night after a courageous battle with stage 4 metastatic cancer over the last 9 months," the statement reads.
Robert Miles, the Swiss-born Italian musician born Robert Concina, has died aged 47.
The trance legend, best known for producing iconic '90s track 'Children', was battling cancer at the time of his death.
Miles' 'Children' became one of the best-selling dance tracks of all time after its release in 1995, reaching number one in more than 12 countries.