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Beams announce more names for AW22


Beams add to its AW22 season with Broadwick Live and LWE at the helm. Reuniting once again after the groundbreaking launch of Printworks in 2014, the proven partnership will see Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer, Manda Moor, Richie Hawtin, Jamie Jones, Cici, Skream, MK, Richy Ahmed, Ellie Cocks, Octave One, DJ Bone plus more perform.

Having already announced headline shows from Michael Bibi, Patrick Topping, Eliza Rose, Denis Sulta, Honey Dijon, Natasha Diggs, Stephan Bodzin (live), DJ Paulette and Cybotron (live) back in July, the Beams is set to deliver several shows of unforgettable music across its first season.

Located in the industrial heart of East London, the Beams’ 55,000 sqft warehouse space will be unlike anything the capital has to offer to deliver an audio-visual experience like no other.

The final run of shows starts on November 5th with Maceo Plex. The Cuban-American DJ/producer is among the biggest names in electronic music. An artist who is constantly building on his legacy serving up a slew of stand-out productions via Afterlife, Drumcode, MUTE and his own Ellum imprint. He’ll be joined by Kollektiv Turmstrasse Live, Francesca Lombardo, Denis Horvat, Bambi Rambo and a very special guest TBA. Parable takes over room two with Asch Pintura, Cameron Jack, Orca Sound, Redfreya and Skimming.

The team at Junction 2 unite once again for a one-off special at London’s newest clubbing space on November 12th. Bringing in Drumcode’s own Adam Beyer and co-headline with Richie Hawtin, plus Anii, IMOGEN, Vindya and Rkay in the main room. Room two will be hosted by VOLT, who will welcome Antonio De Angelis, Arnaud Le Texier, Burden, Polanski and Zuzanah b2b Tedka to the party.

Jamie Jones headlines the venue on November 19th with a 4 hour set. Having built his name in East London’s after-hours scene, Jones and Hot Creations are two of the most recognisable names within the dance community. He’ll be supported by Chris Stussy, Seb Zito and Manda Moor, completing the main room lineup. Room two, hosted by Kazoku, will unite Astral Travel, Al:chemi, Dkatt b2b Dom O’Hara, Ella Fayden b2b Tom McRae.

Clubbing giants ABODE land on Saturday 26th November with a specially curated lineup of innovative artists from across the musical spectrum. Expect the likes of Andrea Oliva, Richy Ahmed, Ellie Cocks, Ben Rau plus more to fill the 4000-capacity space.

Cutting his teeth back in the dubstep days, Skream has built a brand by bringing his energetic party Skreamizm to the masses. Now he teams up with Octave One, DJ Bone, Cici, Thys and Tia Cousins alongside a very special guest Australian who heads up his newly established label Unprotected Records in the main room on Saturday 3rd December. The not-to-be-missed show will pack in EC2A Worldwide hosting room two.

December 10th will bear witness to MK. Having created a number of timeless productions to cement his underground credibility, the DJ/producer will bring his unique brand of house to the Beams, closing off the first season in style.

Tickets for Beams AW22 season are on sale now here!


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