After the success of his recording-breaking live shows at the Barbican in May, Sasha has today announced two further UK 'Refracted: Live' shows for next year.
Sasha will take to The Roundhouse London on Saturday 17th February before he heads to Manchester to play the city's Bridgewater Hall on Sunday 18th February.
"The moment we walked off stage at the Barbican we were saying — we have to do this again," said the Welsh DJ in a press release.
Janet Jackson's iconic 'The Velvet Rope' album will be brought back to life at London venue The Jazz Cafe this Friday 6th October, with the city's best jazz musicians set to perform the LP in full.
Kicking off from 7pm at The Jazz Cafe in Camden, the show is in honour of the records 20th anniversary with Vels Trio's Jack Stephenson-Oliver commissioning a bunch of jazz all-stars for the live version.
Guests can expect to hear No.1 hits like 'Together Again' as well as deeper, more personal cuts like 'Got 'til It's Gone' and 'Go Deep'.
An interactive map, created using data from Resident Advisor, charts the decimation of London's club scene spanning from 2005 to the present.
The map, which was created in association with London-based innovation firm Nesta, illustrates how many clubs and music venues have closed in the last decade.
"The map reveals that, during this ten-year period, parts of London traditionally known for their nightlife experienced high levels of closures, with a trend of clubbing moving from the West End to the north and east of the city," says Nesta's John Davies.
XOYO London's next resident has been revealed as Danilo Plessow aka Motor City Drum Ensemble today (Monday 21st August), with the German disco selector set to take over on Fridays from October to December.
MCDE is set to replace Erol Alkan's To The Rhythm party on 13th October as the fourth DJ in XOYO's long-running residency series that sees a different DJ take over the club for three consecutive months on Friday nights, whilst inviting special guests to join them in the booth each week.
Following a launch series that firmly established Printworks London as a major new player in London's ever-changing music and culture landscape, this autumn its door will open again for Issue 002: a 10-week music series running from October to December 2017.
Last year's opening run of events saw the likes of Paul Kalkbrenner, Seth Troxler, Maya Janes Coles, Luciano, The Martinez Brothers, Daphni, Booka Shade and Motor City Drum Ensemble playing the cavernous former printing factory.
Soccer96 make a rare appearance at Birthdays in Dalston this month, bringing their unique synth-heavy, psychedelic, jazz-inspired sounds to the East London venue.
Also forming two thirds of The Comet Is Coming, Dan Leavers, aka Danalogue, and Max Hallett, aka Betamax, combine nostalgia-laden synths, broken-yet-groovy percussion and improvisation as Soccer96, dropping their fantastic album 'As Above See Below' last year.
FROM? KARRATHA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
SOUNDS LIKE? ANTAL, MR BONGO, JACKMASTER
THREE TUNES? FIRST TUNES COMING MAY 2017
Marco Carola's party Music On has locked in another London date this month at Electric Brixton.
Having already rocked Electric Brixton earlier this month and just last week, the techno don returns to the capital once again for the the final date this Friday (April 21st) where Carola will be joined by Neverdogs.
Speaking about playing London for the third time in a month, Carola said: "London has always been the kingdom of music. Playing here is always a challenge for me."