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DT Loves..This Weekend



Here at Data Transmission we’re all about the weekend, we have 2 big Data Transmission parties to watch out for with BareSkin, Rustie, Last Magpie, Dark E Freaker, The Golden Boy and more. If you’ve not yet made plans have a look a some of the best nights the UK has to offer this weekend in London, Manchester, Southampton and Liverpool. 



If you are around the London area this Saturday why not head check out Spacestation who have teamed up with Data Transmission in the first of a series of parties that bring together the freshest DJs, producers and performers from across the galaxy! After recent events at XOYO, The Nest and Ministry of Sound, Spacestation now heads South to the bustling and vibrant area of South London – Peckham. In the middle of thriving nightlife resurgence, this area has an attitude to partying based on good vibes and good music so The Bussey Building in Peckham Rye seemed the natural next stop on the Spacestation voyage. Joining the Spacestation crew this month is four of the most exciting producers and performers the UK has to offer, BareSkin, Last Magpie, Az&Tor and The Golden Boy.

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About in Liverpool tonight? Why not head down to The Kazimier for Abandon Silence. It will be their penultimate party of the year with the annual Dimensions Launch Party. Last year the Dimensions Festival launch party went down as one of the best in Abandon Silence history, and we expect this time round to be no different.

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Out in Manchester on Saturday? We have you covered as Continue put together a launch party for the Dimensions Festival, set to take place in Croatia this summer, with a showcase from Berlin emporium 50 Weapons. You’d expect an imprint helmed by none other than Modeselektor to straddle a flurry of differing audio capabilities, and 50 Weapons has resoundingly lived up to that title, this line-up reflecting that diversity. There on the night will be the warped, spacious and dubby sound of Shed’s techno takes centre stage bringing us the raw analogue feel of his live show to the Sankeys basement. The clunking and out there drum patterns of Clone stalwart 2562 follow that up, with artists Doc Daneeka and Benjamin Damage, famously signed up for a full album on 50 Weapons after Modeselektor’s reverence of 2012’s ‘Creeper,’ also back at the club. Continue’s architect and Sankeys resident Jozek K completes the billing.

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Southampton we bring you a special night! Heavy.DJ and Data Transmission bring you a night not to be missed at the RoXX in Southampton! We’re bringing you two of the biggest names in the Grime/Hip Hop scene, the unbelievable Rustie and Darq E Freaker. Make sure you don’t miss out, as this night is going to be big!

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Have a good one.Love DT!

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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