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Heading to Field Day festival and then looking for some non-official to do afterwards because you’re cool like that? Or just enjoy stonkingly good techno? Well step right up because we’ve got just the thing for you as Samsara Sessions are launching the first in a series of hotly anticipated techno events across the capital at one of our favourite venues in Corsica Studios on June 7th . 

Taking over both rooms at Corsica Studios room 1 is a collaborative affair between long time London promoter Slash Dot Dash and Al Coda, the founder of one of Panama’s first established warehouse parties to present a label showcase for Prologue Records

The lineup will have the man from Buffalo, Mike Parker joining them for a special vinyl set. His album on Prologue, ‘Lustrations’ was one of favorite releases when it landed and  further releases on imprints such Luke Slater’s Mote Evolver have only further reinforced our beliefs that Mike is one of the most underrated producers in the game right now. 

Also on the roster is Abdulla Rashim with the mysterious Swede and Prologue favourite dropping in to deliver a live show for his UK debut. Whilst young Ukranian Etapp Kyle will be hoping to build upon the rave reviews he obtained after playing before Richie Hawtin at the Minus boss’ Enter party at Space, Ibiza last summer.

Room 2 will be hosted by Individual Collective who regular readers of the site might remember saw us attend their successful opening party at the Hive Project back in February. Bookings for the second room include the enigmatic Headless Horseman who like Abdulla Rashim will be debuting his live show in the UK with support from coming in the shape of talented young Irishman Eomac, better known as one half of popular duo Lakker and Colony founder Tengui

With such a smorgasbord of talent on offer and no less than two UK firsts it’s fair to say you can colour us excited. Grab your tickets here

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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