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DT Loves… The Weekend



This is a selection of nights that we at Data Transmission suggest that you head out to this weekend…


There is a few great events in London this weekend.


Just one glance at the line-up will tell you this is another party not to be missed. With Dutch super-group Noisia’s making their first appearance at Shogun since the days of the legendary End Club, Friction playing a 2 hour set, including a performance of his latest Skream collaboration ‘Kingpin’ with MC’s Scrufizzer and P Money and an exclusive never seen before album showcase from Alix Perez with guests JehstSam WillsD.Ablo the backdrop has been set for one of the nights of the year and that’s just room one!

Also thrown into the mix shall be garage legends DJ EZ and Wookie who’ll both be donning the decks alongside the full Shogun roster Rockwell,SpectrasoulIcicleThe Prototypes and Techinimatic whilst the original jungle selector Randall will be passing through to drop a very special Jungle set, with support from Om Unit and Tessela and it seems Shogun Audio and Great Suffolk Street has raised the bar once again!

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Following the announcement of Magic & Medicine teaming up with Swamp81 for a London takeover on Saturday 27th  the full line up across Room 2 and Room 3 has now been unveiled. As previously announced Room 1 shall be hosted by Swamp81 and features a handpicked selection of acts that have released tracks on the label. Headed up by founder and label boss Loefah, they’ll also be  bringing us the innovative sounds of Boddika, Zed Bias, Mickey Pearce, Pinch, Chunk (DJ & MC) and SKREAM.

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After his debut sell out show in November at the Oval Space blew everyone away. Hotflush Head Honcho Scuba returns to London, for an exclusive showcase of his outstanding live show. Taking place on Saturday 27th April at The Forum in Kentish Town. With support in chief coming from Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum’s collaborative live project JETS this is certain to be a performance set to be talked about for quite a while to come.

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As Crosstown Rebels enters the tenth year since its birth, they mark the occasion with a world tour of epic proportions featuring some of its most colourful characters. On the 27th April, it comes to London, with the show taking place at Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, which has lent itself as the stage to many Rebels over the years.

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Already a hot spot for experimental electronic music and digital art, Bristol will play host to a brand new one-day festival combining both this April. Set across two blackout marquees and three geodesic domes in a suburban park, Arc Festival will feature some of the world’s leading audiovisual luminaries alongside a solid mix of Bass, House and Techno artists. Pitched as a “fully immersive experience”, the event is a unique collaboration between the RFID production team, award-winning digital experience agency Luma and the Hypercolour and Applepips record labels.

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Detroit Swindle aka Lars Dales and Maarten Smeets join the long list of forward thinking talent hailing from Amsterdam and just so happen to be two of the most sought after DJ/Producer duo in the world right now. Already playing Live & DJ sets at major venues like Panorama Bar, Tresor and Zoo Project they have rapidly earned a solid spot on the international scene. Check them out.

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Inspired by the recent passing of the Maya Long Count calendar, which some prophesised as the end of the world and others saw as a new beginning—the collective of Seth Troxler, Lee Curtiss, Shaun Reeves, and Ryan Crosson will play live and DJ at a series of 13 parties at various locations across the globe and this weekend they hit Manchester’s Warehouse Project“Visionquest Thirteen is a chance for the boys and I to go back to what we do best: playing and hanging out together the way we used to and coming up with new ideas,” Curtiss said. “The twist on doing these 13 special events is that we will be pushing the level of production and music up further than we had originally imagined.”

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With Leeds based DJ and producer Laura Jones there on the bill you know that this has being a good night written all over it. Laura’s love affair with house music came from a trip to Ibiza back in 2005, which provided the inspiration she needed for the beginning of her music career. All her hard work paid off when her big break finally came in 2011 after she dropped ‘Love in Me’ on us via Leftroom Records. Alongside her will be the talents of Bloody Mary, Buckley and James Holroyd which all indicates a brilliant night is on the cards.

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For this 2nd Discoteca Poca outing in Haus they are commandeering two rooms for the whole night for the first time as they hijack proceedings with their own inimitable style . Working in conjunction with the team behind Croatia’s  Garden festival and Futurboogie they’ve booked 2 headline acts in the shape of Maxxi and Crazy P Soundsystems.  Support will be provided by Garden Festival DJ’s Phat Phil Cooper,  NuNorthern Soul, KAT Records’ No Fakin and Autocycle in addition to DP / Waxxx residents Allen & Hutch.

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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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