Production company A Lost Weekend will host an immersive Human Traffic event at London's Printworks in 2020.
"Will they, won’t they" has very much been the UK vibe for the past few months. Fear not, though, socio-political unrest notwithstanding, there are still some quality parties set for the coming weeks across the UK.
Andy C has announced his Xmas Party at Printworks in London.
The mammoth gathering will take place on Saturday 7th December, running from midday to 11PM. The drum 'n' bass goliath has lined up an enviable guest list for the occasion featuring icons of the scene and fresh upstarts alike.
Standout billings include b2bs from DJ Storm and Bailey, Mark XTC and Northbase, Nicky Blackmarket and Ray Keith, Unknown Error and Contakt, and Randall and Dillinja. Legendary sparring partners Ed Rush and Optical will also team up in the booth.
Aphex Twin’s first London club show in 10 years has been made available to watch online.
Live-streamed by Red Bull on the night, the sold-out set at Printworks on Saturday, 14th September has been uploaded to the official Aphex Twin YouTube channel.
Clocking in over two-hours long, the set - which took place as part of this year's Red Bull Music Festival - featured visual effects from long-term Aphex Twin collaborator Weirdcore. Watch it in full below.
London's Printworks has shared the line-ups for its Autumn/Winter season.
Running from September 2019 to January 2020, the mega-venue's series will take place across three venues, Printworks, The Drumsheds and Magazine, and feature over 200 artists.
The opening party on Saturday the 28th September will see a techno takeover, with Amelie Lens, Nicole Moudaber, Nastia, B.traits and Luigi Madonna all slated to perform. The following Friday will see Hunee go b2b with Antal, alongside Motor City Drum Ensemble, Kettama and DJ duo Body Hammer.
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.
Plans have been submitted for the UK's largest concert arena, MSG Sphere.
If built, the structure would stand 90-metres high and occupy land in Stratford, next to the Olympic Park. US-based Madison Square Garden Company (MSG), owner of the world-famous New York venue, is behind the proposal, and has purchased 1.9-hectares at the site.
With his early releases as part of the discernable MINUS crew, to his own label RUKUS, Matador has been a creative force in techno for over a decade. On top of the relentlessly rolling releases and remixes, he's been a flagbearer for live electronic music, combining Ableton Live, Traktor and a whole ream of hardware to create unique and captivating club moments. We caught up with him to discuss how his show works, the limitations of 'live' and what's next for club culture.
Belfast festival AVA will next month host a free day-long conference at London's Printworks featuring Bicep, Saoirse, Artwork and more.
The conference will see the festival join up with a number of figures and organisations from across the dance music industry to pull together a programme of panels, interviews, workshops and technology discussions.
A new 3000-capacity club is set to open in west London.
The venue, named Exhibition, is being opened in partnership between the team behind Printworks (Broadwick Venues) and Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. Work on the venue commences this month, with the expected opening date to land toward the end of the year.