Aphex Twin will play the final show at this year's Red Bull Music Festival.
Red Bull Music Festival, which will be held in London for the first time, runs for four weeks from 20th August - 14th September and takes place in iconic venues across the capital.
Performing at a London club for the first time in over a decade, Aphex Twin will play the epic Printworks, joined by Afrodeutsche, Caterina Barbieri and Nihiloxica.
The custom-built set for Aphex Twin's finale will feature over 306 LED panels and lazers, as well as visuals from Weirdcore.
Following the success of our first series of DJ Mag Radio, we’re back with a brand-new show to close out 2017 featuring interviews with Nicole Moudaber and Hannah Wants, our top tracks of the year, news from our Best Of British Awards and a freshly launched segment titled Local Heroes.
Contemporary choir Some Voices are set to host an ode to Studio 54 on Thursday 27th April at London's Printworks, to honour 40 years since the iconic NYC music institution first opened its doors.
Over 500 voices will unite to perform disco, soul and funk across multiple levels, as Printworks' colossal Press Halls are decked out with roller-skating, hula-hooping and glittering mirror balls.
Printworks — London's huge new multi-use venue — has announced the line-ups for its first series of dance events, kicking off on Saturday 4th February 2017 with a three-way back-to-back performance from Seth Troxler, Loco Dice and The Martinez Brothers.
Situated in the Docklands area, the ex-printing press will run as 2500-capacity event space until the end of April, hosting an array of daytime shows featuring a plethora of artists at the top of the electronic music game.
The line-up for The Hydra’s massive three-day weekender at London’s Printworks has dropped, and boy is it a doozie.
Taking place over August Bank Holiday weekend, from 23rd - 25th August 2019, the weekend will feature some of the most historic and important figures in techno and house, along with plenty of other musical offerings.
Location: London, UK
London mega-venue Printworks really is one of those ‘see it to believe it’ venues, but once you have, it’s not difficult to work out how — despite only opening in February 2017 — it’s smashed right into the top 20 of our Top 100 Clubs list on its very first try. A colossal space that was once the biggest printing press in Western Europe, Printworks boasts two huge rooms: the seemingly infinite Press Halls, and intimate sweatbox known as the Charge Bay. Raw and industrial, and still housing much of the old machinery, it’s the ultimate warehouse venue — yet don’t be fooled into thinking anything about this place isn’t top-of-the-range.
Following two highly successful seasons last year, which saw everyone from Nina Kraviz to Andy C, The Chemical Brothers and Ben Klock tear it up, Printworks has just had a makeover courtesy of honchos Broadwick Live. Brand new d&b audiotechnik J and V-Series systems now give the space unparalleled sound, while the number of Kinesys moving lighting rigs — a feature which has come to define the venue for many — has been increased, and all new LED panels have been added in the main room. Having opened with Kerri Chandler, and with Klockworks, DJ Harvey’s Discotheque and another huge party from The Hydra lined up for the coming months alone, we’d be very surprised if Printworks didn’t continue to rise next year.