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On Saturday 14th September running from 22:00 – 11:00 Heroes returns for one final party in the current series before re-emerging next month with a complete makeover.

Celebrating Beiak Records birthday with label boss, Inigo Surio, will be Cari Lekebusch, the Stockholm-based sound architect. He has borne many pseudonyms over the course of his illustrious career to date including Fred, Mr Barth, Braincell, Shape Changer, Vector, and The Mantis to name a select few. In addition to being a celebrated DJ and producer, in the mid-nineties Cari Lekebusch also launched his inaugural label – Hybrid Sound Architectures (a.k.a. H-Prod) and has since added KaunTrax, Djupt, Audio Mekanixc, KGB, Trainspotters Nightmare, Audio Pollution and Grundtakt to his growing family of labels.

Upstairs in the middle floor DJ, producer, label maker is Sharam Jey from Cologne, Germany. As a true music love and artist he uses any chance he gets to bring his music closer and leaves few genres untouched. Uplifting funky sounds? Grooving minimal tracks? NuDisco breaks? Narrow, departmental thinking is definitely not Sharam’s thing. He is an immensely popular DJ the world over and make sure he can move any dancefloor.

Joining Sharam will be co-collaborators Tough Love, Egg resident Warboy, and the new kid on the block Reset Safari, whose debut EP recently stayed in the Beatport Deep House Top 50 for over four weeks. Heroes is going to prove once again that is has its finger on the pulse when it comes to spotting the new rising talent.

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Check out the line-up in each room below:

Room 1: Beiak Records Birthday with Cari Lekebusch, Inigo Surio, Geshe Ewing, Hertzen, Jay Tempest and Kyle E

Room 2: Sharam Jey,Tough Love, Reset Safari, Warboy, Dayne Harper and Benjamin Buttons

Room 3: Nightlife In London

Room 4: NU.BREED room – Hosted by Willers Brothers, The Mistaa, KB, Charlie Gill , Tristan Tristi Debroise, Lee Russ & Joe Walters

Room 5: BREAKFAST AT EGG with Varon V

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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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