A new intimate techno club called The Cause is set to open in London.
The 400-capacity venue, housed in a former car mechanics depot in Tottenham, is a completely grassroots arts and events space aimed at filling the void left by London's recent club closures while supporting positive mental health, according to its founders.
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After months of secrecy, LWE has finally lifted the lid on its latest venue, Old Fountain Studios, in the heart of Northwest London's Wembley.
The never-used-before space will have its grand opening on 6th May with the Martinez Brothers, Archie Hamilton and Rossko christening the venue.
The second event will see one of techno's biggest superstars — Paul Kalkbrenner, bringing the UK launch of his 8th studio album 'Parts Of Life' to Old Fountain Studios on 10th May.
Jeff Mills has given his thoughts on the future of music, among other things, in a new, in-depth interview with London’s Fabric nightclub.
Craig Richards addressed his current Fabric residency in a new statement, in which he outlined his changing position at the famed London nightclub.
In a personal letter posted to the Fabric blog, Richards spoke about the future of his residency, which will see him performing less frequently to focus on other projects and endeavours. The news comes after announcing last year that he would be stepping down from his weekly Fabric London slot in 2018.
Paul van Dyk has shared a classic 1999 trance Essential Mix, recorded at the legendary and sorely-missed London venue, Turnmills, during one of The Gallery's events, ahead of his next date for the party, at Ministry of Sound on 16th March.
The trance hero has offered out the archived one-hour selection via Facebook. Those old enough to remember the pre-millennium years will feel plenty of nostalgic prangs, while those who aren't will likely still recognise many of the anthems included in the set.
There’s a new 120-capacity venue opening 9th March in Hackney, east London. The intimate two-level space, from the team behind former Hackney Wick spot Shapes, has been dubbed The Glove That Fits.
The venue’s primary event space is located in the basement and boasts a d&b audiotechnik soundsystem for the 80-cap room. Upstairs, there is a smaller bar and cafe. Programming will range from club nights to spoken-word events and radio broadcasts.
Belfast’s AVA festival is headed south and touches down 16th March at Hangar in London Fields. The two-day festival spans through 17th March and includes tech workshops, free talks, panel discussions and extended performances by the likes of Saoirse and Optimo.
Steel Yard Weekender returns to Finsbury Park, London over the 26th and 27th May Bank Holiday. Above & Beyond have been announced as Saturday headliners with Tiësto set to spin his lone London show of the weekend Sunday evening.
St John At Hackney is getting a £5million facelift, with work set to begin later this year and last for around 18 months. Several highly respected architects and designers are said to be involved, including Es Devlin OBE, known for collaborating with Beyoncé, amongst other things.
Field Day has announced Jeff Mills and Tony Allen, Helena Hauff, Fever Ray, Four Tet, Nils Frahm and Floating Points will all play this year’s weekender, which takes place on 1st and 2nd June, with Erykah Badu headlining the first day.
Other notable talent on a bill that can only be described as huge— boasting more than 70 names— include Gilles Peterson, Madlib, Daniel Avery, Avalon Emerson, Willow, James Holden, Thundercat, Jayda G, Mount Kimbie, and Daphni.