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Boudica launches in London with MELANIA. & Samantha Togni


Boudica is a London based label and the party is launching on Saturday 5th October at The Pickle Factory.

Exploring the darker and hedonistic side of electronic music, run by womxn and non-binary folk. They are aiming to give visibility to female and non-binary artists and provide a safe space for their guests. Boudica is a sex and body-positive environment, they are here to build a space for you to be free to be yourself.

MELANIA. is a Berlin-based artist. She has eclectic sets are mostly based on energetic industrial, techno, EBM, rhythmic noise, rave, wave and heavy sounds. MELANIA. blends harsh textures with spacious melodic elements and sharp percussion to create otherworldly atmospheres. She is a member of Philipp Strobel’s infamous [aufnahme + wiedergabe] and has played Berlin’s biggest techno clubs Tresor.

Samantha Togni is an internationally-renowned DJ and producer. She has played headline sets in super-clubs from Tokyo to Milan and built an impressive expansive portfolio as a producer. Releases for Skint Records, #internetghetto and additional ones planned on Xtraperlo, Substantiv, Glauben and more. The last few years, in particular, have seen the rising star land coveted support slots for Miss Kittin, Magda, UMEK, Sinjin Hawke, Boris. Togni has played in super-clubs like Ministry Of Sound, O2 Brixton Academy, GOA, Lanificio159, Sala Cool, Sala Coco, XOYO and more.

Lewis G. Burton is a non-binary London based performance artist and DJ. They co-founded performance art platform come queer techno rave INFERNO. They’ve played raves and parties around Europe from Paris to Lisbon to Berlin. Coming straight from HTBX collective, Becky plays heavy and loud. It is all about abyssal techno, visceral noise, violent beats. This is all you need to know.

You can grab tickets from RA 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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