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Following a string of highly successful, off the wall techno nights, based in Village Underground, Superstition return once again with a new series starting mid-November. As a new contender for ‘go-to’ techno nights in London, the Superstition crew leap bounds ahead of their competitors by offering an all-killer-no-filler line up with each edition. Previous artists include Alex Smoke, Marcel Fengler and also including a Rush Hour records take over with San Proper and Rick Wilhite in the mix. 

The idea of the event is to create an atmosphere which disassociates the typical clubbing environment and evoke a sense of spirituality into party goers. Lit by candles, Village Underground formulates a pilgrimage to accompany the path that the specially chosen artists wish to convey.

The latest line ups have been released and it is looking as strong as ever. This weekend, 14th November, Superstition will play host to Minus trophy boy, Gaiser, where the main man will showcase his latest endeavour, in the form of ‘False Light’ a ten-track LP which shall be released on Hawtin’s Minus imprint. Joining him will be Ambivalent, the perfect company to keep when it comes to minimal techno.

A follow up to any one of these line ups is no easy feat, but Superstition make sure to keep the momentum going. The Life & Death party on the 22nd of November, will feature 3 heavy weights in their own right, with Tale of Us, Mind Against making sure your psyche takes a good pounding and spreading their epiphanies via their music with DJ Tennis in tow to broaden even the strictest of muso’s sonic spectrum.

With only a month left of the infamous Trouw, it makes sense to bring the Trouw faithful over to bring over the essence of the beauty to London. Sandrien spear heads this assault with Makam, Patrice Baumel and Job Jobse either side of her on the 28th of November. 

To round things off nicely, Erased Tapes join the force. Kiasmo will be joined by Rival Consoles and Dauwd, where he shall be showcasing the latest album.  

Expect cream of the crop music from all over the spectrum. Expect candles. Expect a good sound system. Expect to find yourself enlightened.

Here’s how it went down on the first Superstition…

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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