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Kitsuné Club Night returns with Emerald, Jay Carder and more


London clubbing is finally back on the agenda, with Kitsuné returning to Brixton Jamm for another 12-hour rave-up, ‘Kitsuné Club Night Day & Night Summer Party’ that once more highlights the spectrum of diversity across the wider Kitsuné family. Featuring a clutch of both new and more established acts side by side for what promises to be a great end to the summer.

Fans of upfront house and bass will be rewarded with must-see sets from Berlin-based alt-house star Lovebirds (Sebastian Döring); a globe trotting veteran with releases on Freerange, Defected, Buzzin’ Fly and OM Records, bringing his eclectic box of deep-house, disco-edits, funk and soul to the jam.

DJ, Producer and purveyor of quality house music, UK artist Laurence Guy is riding high off his latest release ‘Shall Not Fade’, drawing accolades and support from Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Jamz Supernova, Jack Saunders, Tom Ravenscroft and a slew of Spotify playlists additions. From his album on Church Records in 2017 through to his Mule Musiq EP and 2019 mini-album on Studio Barnhus, Guy’s mature and seasoned releases have been consistently acclaimed whilst stylistically diverse.

Kitsuné Musique’s new signing Khazali joins in with his exciting take on lo-fi pop and bass as evident in 2021’s acclaimed ‘Going Home Vol. 1’ EP, described by Notion Magazine as having ‘a distinct summer sound – it’s impossible not to move to’. Also sharing the stage are BBC 1Xtra and Rinse FM’s Drive Time host and DJ, Emerald bossing it with her selection of underground bass-driven dance music and Soho Radio’s global-house queen Jay Carder.

Completing the line-up are rising London newcomers DJ and Global Dancefloor presenter Frank McWeeny, DJ / broadcaster / multi-creative K2RAH and Shut The Front Door’s owner and Brixton Jamm’s very own Kyle Parsley, warming you up with their unique blend of sensual, contemporary house and disco.

Kitsuné Club Night Day & Night Summer Party takes place at Brixton Jamm on 11th September 2021. Join the event on Facebook and grab tickets from 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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