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Studio 80 is one of Amsterdam’s foremost venues, with 600 people capacity, divided over two rooms.  The club is intimate and dark, and with all emphasis on its custom-build sound system its one of Data Transmission favourite venues in the city.  This years programme is not to be sniffed at either, with a total of 5 nights, 8 labels showcasing their sound and 49 artists playing at the club, there’s enough choice for everyone.

Things start of on Wednesday October 16th with Chicago house impresario DJ Sneak and his I’m A House Gangster label, whichtakes over and brings plenty of talent in the form of Darius Syrossian, D’Julz, Dj W!ld, Phil Weeks, Ramon Tapia, Tripmastaz and De Sluwe Vos.

Thursday 17th sees Gregor Tresher bring his Break New Soil label to the club for another take over, this time with the boss himself playing plus live shows from Extrawelt, Petar Dundov and Maxime Dangles.

On Friday 18th Studio 80 presents local labels extraordinaire 100% Pure and Bla Bla, who team up with Monika Kruse’s Terminal M. The line-up consists of: 2000 and One, Monika Kruse, Daniel Sanchez, Andhim, Dema, Jay Lumen, Macromism and Piemont live.

Saturday October 19th is the date Berlin club Watergate faces off with the Suol label. The likes of Mathias Kaden, Marco Resmann, Ruede Hagelstein, Daniel Bortz, Chopstick & Johnjon all join this 12 hours-long marathon.

The final blow-out comes on Sunday 20th when London’s foremost deep house label secretsundaze traditionally return to Studio 80 to close Amsterdam Dance Event with an amazing line-up consisting of Roman Flügel, Bleak live, Amir Alexander, October, John Daly live, Youandewan, and secretsundaze foremen Giles Smith and James Priestley.

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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