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Faithless Return To London

Faithless are set to play their first UK show since way back in 2011 in Brixton so it is only fitting they are returning to the area to play at The Electric for a one night only performance. The date for this epic occasion is May 31st, so keep it penciled in your diaries. The group is best known for their dance anthems like “Insomnia“, “God Is a DJ” and “We Come 1” and recorded an impressive six albums! During their career they sold over 15 million records worldwide so are bona fide legends and their live show is something special with amazing production, lights and lasers all adding to a true and original dance music experience that transcends scenes and sounds. They recently headlined at the huge US Festival Ultra, blowing away the crowd with their anthemic dance classics. Also playing will be tech house innovator and SuperFreq boss Mr C, London legends like Shane Watcha of Zombies Ate My Brain, Raymundo Rodriguez, Sam Divine and Hoxton Whores. This is a rare chance to catch them in London and they won’t be around forever so make sure you get your tickets below

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Lazer Cave… Warehouse Party (Friday)

To celebrate their 10th warehouse party they are doing things differently. After having sold out every event in the Warehouse Party series we have decided to reduce the size of the party and increase their production budget. They will be welcoming the epic skills of The C90s, this duo formed over a mutual appreciation for handclaps and cowbells, Jamie and Danny have been sharing their love of disco and house music since they first met in 2007. Between shows throughout Europe and tours of America, the two have been working tirelessly on remixes and original material, while always finding time to produce their world-renowned monthly chart mixes. Having spent years accumulating old synthesizers and building up an impressive studio in London, The C90s are prime candidates to slam it out on the lazer cave decks for a night of epic proportions!

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Familia ‘Fiesta de San Juan’ at Egg (Saturday)

For the last of the 10×10 events celebrating Egg London‘s 10 years, Familia returns to celebrate “Fiesta de San Juan”. San Juan is probably the most celebrated holiday in Spain, marking the summer solstice. Festivities include beach fires, dancing till the sun comes up and magical firework displays. It truly marks the beginning of the summer season, and in this edition of Familia we bring you your ticket to take off into an unforgettable summer. Cutting no corners this is going to be a musical fireworks display with Cristian Varela back on the ground floor alongside Madskillz, Fabio Ferro, Nick Tcherniak, Kyle E and Salvo Lupica. The Terrace is taken over by a full girls line-up with the industry’s finest: Chloé, Kath Harding and Rachel Lyn bringing you some deeper sexy sounds. Other guests include Dysfunctional who will be hosting The Loft with the usual suspects Borja PeñaVaron VJay Tempest and welcoming 7oel along with thier hosts RaulPony and Franx de Crystal. If you haven’t been down to Familia yet, this is one not to be missed. After all, it’s the start of our most loved party season. Join the family and lets get down to business, summer has arrived!

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Fabric (Saturday)

Jamie Jones makes a long awaited return to Fabric on the first Saturday in June. The young Welshman and Hot Creations label head has been deftly forging his own path with a highly original sound since he first started producing in 2006. Joining him in Room One is good time mate, Robert James, who has released on Jamie’s new Hot Trax imprint this year and the sonic force of our musical curator, Craig Richards, who tops the billing. Aus Music takeover Room Two with label boss, Will Saul, who recently impressed us here with the debut live performance of his new born CLOSE alias (a live project he shares he shares with Al Tourette’s). This time round, he’s back in the booth spinning records next to renowned Bristol beat maker, Appleblim, R&S signing, Lone, and Fourth Wave’s golden boy, Gerry Read, plays us a much lauded live set for the first time in the wake of his self-released second album, Saucepan Jams Part 1. Lewis Ryder celebrates five strong and successful years of his label Bigger Deer Recordings up in Room Three with label companion, and our faithful resident, Terry Francis, plus Dutchman, Jeroen Search flaunts his superlative talents playing live.

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Toi.Toi.Musik at Oval Space (Sunday)

Oval Space Music continues its summer series of unique, niche and independent label showcases with the Toi.Toi.Musik family on Sunday June 2nd. Hosting a line-up from around the world; Canada’s The Mole , Uruguayan Nicolas Lutz, France’s Lamache and German Claus Voigtmann will take over the terrace all day long. Starting out as a warehouse party in London in 2010, Toi.Toi.Musik’s founders Claus Voigtmann and Isis Salvaterra have steadily grown a community of like-minded people. Three years on and Toi.Toi. have added in-house bookings, a vinyl only label and continue their monthly parties. These characters will all create for an epic Sunday get your tickets now!

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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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