Calibre is the latest DJ to be announced to helm a residency at Brixton's Phonox for five consecutive weeks.
Kicking off on 1st May, the drum & bass selector will play each of the five Fridays in May 2020, while curating his own TBA line-ups.
The Northern Irish-born producer, real name Dominick Martin, enjoyed a ten-week sold out residency last year at XOYO, where he brought the likes of Ben UFO, dBridge, Joy Orbison and High Contrast to the club.
Brixton club Phonox has lined up an immense schedule for February to April 2020, with Mano Le Tough, re:ni and Underground Resistance making their Phonox debuts.
L U C Y, Sherelle, Sicaria Sound and Jossy Mitsu are scheduled for this week, February 14th, while Hunee is making his return to the South London spot after three years on 29th March with a special 10-hour set.
Marcellus Pittman is confirmed for an all-night-long session on March 20th, as are Beautiful Swimmers on March 27th.
After stretches from HAAi, Jasper James, and most recently Esa — who leaves next month — London’s Phonox is launching a hip-hop residency called Mantra.
The party launches on September 21st with residents Bossy LDN, Skinny Macho and Tommy Gold. The party will focus on both UK hip-hop and hip-hop from around the world.
Ross From Friends has been announced as the next Phonox resident.
The Lobster Theremin affiliate will make his long-awaited return to the London club in October, playing every Friday throughout the month.
Producer, DJ and live musician, Clary Weratherall has performed at clubs like Berlin's hallowed Panorama Bar, 24 Kitchen Street and Melkweg, and is set to perform at this year's DGTL festival in Barcelona.
The residency follows the release of his second EP 'Epiphany', out this Friday (16th) via Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder label.
Optimo are set to take over London's Phonox for four dates this summer.
The residency will kick off on July 12th and run each Friday until August 2nd. Three of the dates will see the duo take over to play all night long, while the final date will be devoted to celebrating the 10th anniversary of their label, Optimo Music.
The Glaswegian duo last played the club back in October, and their all-night sets this time around will see them play for six hours.
Tickets are on sale now via Phonox's website.
HAAi has won BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix of the Year 2018.
The Australian-born, London-based player, who held a residency at Phonox for two years and runs the Coconut Beats label and party series, managed to emerge victorious from a shortlist including heavyweights such as Ricardo Villalobos, Avalon Emerson and Four Tet.
The mix, which was originally broadcast in September, veers between off-kilter global house and curveball techno, and was aired for a second time on Friday 28th December.
Incomparable Canadian DJ, producer and label owner Jayda G has been locked in for a four week residency at London's Phonox.
Having become renowned for her energy in the booth and with a wide-ranging collection of house, disco, funk and soul records, she's more a fitting choice for the hallowed club's next venture. Not only that, she has invited some very special guests to join her. Kicking off on Friday 1st February, she’ll be joined on the night by Dimensions and NTS Radio regular and Wildheart label founder, Kwasiba Savage.
Jeremy Underground has been revealed as the latest selector to front Phonox London’s Parallel series.
The series, which will take place every Friday from the 8th to 29th June, will see the French DJ and producer bringing along some DJ friends to spice things up a bit.
Each of the four parties will include a single handpicked guest with Inner Sense joining the Frenchman on the opening night.
Elsewhere, Dirty Hans, The Mighty Zaf and Roger Thornhill will be joining the French selector for the rest of his shows in June.
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