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Kerri Chandler Job Jobse, Tiger & Woods (Live) announced for Printworks Series 003

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2018 will see issue 003 of events at Printworks commence on Saturday 3rd March, all programmed and produced by Broadwick Live – for those that don’t know they create events like Snowbombing, Hideout Festival, Festival No6 and Lost Village to name but a few.

UK curators The Hydra will present the opening party and they bring with them New Jersey house music king, MadTech label boss, virtuoso keys player Kerri Chandler, Hivern Discs’ John Talabot, Key Amsterdam figure and De School resident Job Jobse, as do peerless disco duo Tiger & Woods (Live), the Running Back pair whose magical melodies leave you in awe. The Charge Bay room, meanwhile, sees a very special set from Scandi-disco king Lindstrøm bringing his live show, as well as fellow Norwegian scene leader Prins Thomas and Julio Victoria and Taraval, who are regulars on Four Tet’s essential Text label.

Bradley Thompson, MD of Broadwick Live says: “Since the opening of Printworks in 2017, Broadwick Live has been passionate about the space and creating incomparable experiences. We cannot wait to build on last year’s foundations with world class talent and production at the heart of everything we do.”

The sound, light and interior have all been upgraded for Printworks’ next chapter, working closely alongside award-winning production company dbnAudile.

Using some of the newest technology on the market, the previous soundsystem will be upgraded and expanded to D&B Audiotechnik J and V series PA with V-SUB and J-INFRA, including enhanced audio on the balcony level. Lighting in the electronic space has been redesigned, maintaining the creative freedom that came with Kinesys motors. Additionally, there has been video panel installation throughout, an improved selection of LED fixtures and moving lights from Clay Paky, Robe, Martin and more, and a refreshed set of lasers, newly designed and installed by Dragonfly Lighting.

dbnAudile founders Rob Ashworth and Rob Leach say: “dbnAudile is excited to further strengthen the creative partnership with Broadwick Live in its development of this iconic building as a venue, with industry-leading creative technical delivery, helping to cement Printworks’ reputation as London’s leading creative electronic and live music destination.”

More info at: http://printworkslondon.co.uk/

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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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