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The 10th Birthday: London! (Oh and we have a new website)


On Tuesday 6th February we will starting our 10th Birthday celebrations in London at XOYO.

In 2005 at Turnmills we first created the ‘Data Transmission Fanzine’ as Resident Advisor wrote at the time ‘Such is the hectic schedule that is taking shape at London club Turnmills, they have decided to launch their very own fanzine. Entitled Data Transmission, and coming in nifty A5 format the magazine will be available at the usual locations of club packs and flyers and online for those who enjoy planning their weekends whilst at work’.   

Then in 2008 when Turnmills was closing we decided to take the fanzine online and create – what you see today.  In the past years we have brought you our favourite parts of the dance music spectrum.  Today we launch our brand new website and we continue to hunt and search for new artists – we are committed to balancing the gender diversity in electronic music and are working harder to find more talented women in the industry.

We are still firmly rooted on the dance floor and now the festival grass (we covered 57 different festival last year) and to celebrate the 10 years we have a stream of 10th Birthday parties coming, the first is in London with Sneak.

We are keeping the line-up hush hush but we have some VERY Special Guests joining us but you’ll have to come down to find out. Trust us you won’t be disappointed!

SNEAK has been London’s Leading Music Led Student Night for over 3 years now. Bringing you a mix of the hottest Underground Talent as well as Special Guest DJs passing though on a regular occasion. Bringing you a mix of House, Tech and Bass in the legendary basement complimented by the best Hip-Hop, Garage and RnB in XOYO’s newly refurbed upstairs room we mix all flavours on Tuesdays. With the likes of Rudimental, Blonde, SKT, Danny Howard, Mistajam, 99 Souls, SG Lewis dropping in for Special Guest appearances Sneak’s brought in line ups like no other keeping an intimate underground vibe to hardcore ravers.

You can grab tickets from Resident Advisor, 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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