A new 1,500-capacity venue called Dock X is set to open soon in East London.
Situated in the heart of Surrey Quays, the 3,000 sqm venue will be operated by London-based events company Venue Lab, who also run nearby Printworks.
They describe the venue as "a brand-new standalone, multi-use venue," and add that the space has "ceiling heights of seven metres and large windows overlooking the waters of Surrey Quays." It will be used as a multi-purpose space hosting a range of events.
Printworks has announced seven more dates as part of its spring party series.
Following the January to March run of events which will see Kerri Chandler, AVA Festival, Hospitality, Annie Mac, Ben Klock and more throwing parties in the huge London venue, the programming for April is now looking equally as impressive and varied.
Ben Klock is bringing his audiovisual concept party, Photon, back to Printworks, London in 2019.
The techno extravaganza, hosted by Klockworks and The Hydra, will feature sets from Rødhåd, Dax J, FJAAK, Adiel, Newa and Klock himself. Not only that, but KinK will be playing a special live set which will combine his regular set with work from under his Kirilik alias.
Printworks has revealed the programme for its spring 2019 season. With over 70 artists playing 12 parties in the span of nine weeks, it’s looking set to be a pretty spectacular series.
Among the massive list of names locked to play the peerless London venue are Annie Mac, Kerri Chandler, Joy Orbison, Eats Everything, Or:la, Alan Fitzpatrick, Tama Sumo & Lakuti, Job Jobse and many more.
Printworks has locked DJ Koze, Artwork and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs for the venue's New Year’s Day party.
The names don't stop there, either. The London address will host the unarguably exciting prospect of a b2b between Phantasy Sound bossman Erol Alkan, who just unveiled his first solo material in five years, and acclaimed Israeli duo, Red Axes.
Printworks has announced full line-up details of its autumn/winter season.
Over the course of 25 parties, the London venue will host some massive names including Nina Kraviz, Jeff Mills, The Black Madonna, Deadmau5, Ben UFO, Ellen Allien, Maceo Plex and many more.
Paul van Dyk has announced the release of his new studio album, ‘Music Rescues Me’.
Set to drop this autumn, the new LP follows his celebrated 2017 release ‘From Then On’ and will be launched with a special headline show at London’s Printworks on 12th October.
Earlier this month, PVD teased the new album with a mysterious tweet. ‘Music Rescues Me’ will be the ninth LP from the trance legend who released his debut ‘45 RPM’ in 1994.
Deadmau5 has shared a teaser of his new Rezz collaboration, a yet-to-be-titled track which sounds like it means serious (and hectic) bass-first business.
There has been speculation about when the pair would work together on a shared production since Rezz, who’s currently up for a DJ Mag Best of North America award, signed to mau5trap. This is the first taste anyone has had— a video shared by deadmau5 on Instagram.
DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th May). You can check out 10 massive tracks from the event below.