Junction 2 has revealed more names joining the festival's 2020 line-up.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After announcing the likes of Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Honey Dijon and Four Tet, the second wave of names have been revealed.
A charity rave in North London next month will raise funds for Centrepoint.
A response to record numbers of homelessness amongst youth in the UK, the Jungle Jam-hosted event at The Cause on 6th December will raise money for the charity, which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged between 16–25.
Independent London club The Cause has revealed a potential new location.
Launched in 2018, the Tottenham venue, which originally had a year-long contract and was due to close in April 2019, extended their contract until the beginning of 2020 with New Years Eve serving as the closing party.
Eric Prydz will perform at London's Printworks in 2020.
The Pryda label boss will head to the 5,000-capacity mega-venue, which first opened its doors in 2017, on the 28th February next year, alongside Ukranian techno duo ARTBAT.
An exhibition based on international club culture will open in London in 2020.
Entitled Electronic, the exhibition will be on display at West London's Design Museum, and will explore the "hypnotic world of electronic music" and "discover its global impact from underground movements to the mainstream."
London club FOLD has had its licence unexpectedly suspended by Newham Council.
In a post shared to Instagram this morning, the east London venue stated that its “license has been suspended and an immediate shut down of the club, without fair trial, has been imposed”.
FOLD are in the process of appealing the suspension, and hope to maintain operation this weekend, and for all future planned events,
Orange Yard is a new late night venue for central London, taking over the space formally known as The Borderline.
After operating for 14 years, The Borderline was forced to close due to increasing pressure from developers and business costs.
Orange Yard benefits from a punchy Funktion-One sound system, and a 6am licence - a rarity for a Soho venue. There's a long bar - ideal for speed of service - a spacious seating area with booths to the back of the venue, and an intimate dance floor.
Croydon is getting a new 500-capacity club called Phase.
The new two-room venue is the brainchild of The Lambeth Group, the team behind Brixton venue The Prince Of Wales, and is set to open next month.
It comes with a brand new Coda Audio soundsystem, while the team behind the club, which has a 4am license, promise "Inclusive" line-ups from their programme of events. Fridays and Saturdays will be geared towards club events, while live music and comedy will be the focus on weeknights.