Get set for a techno rarity: Adam Beyer and Chris Liebing spinning the discs on the same bill. Drumcode label boss Beyer is coming to one of London's favourite warehouse spaces and he's bringing special guest Liebing with him for an all-night sonic assault on Saturday, September 25th.
It will be the first time in more than a year that Beyer has showcased his Drumcode label in the capital and he's put together a line-up spanning two arches of the unique space in south London with a third arch hosted by Magma.
Swedish techno superstar Adam Beyer is synonymous with all that is exciting about electronic music today – with a hard, percussive sound that has influenced so many. Internationally recognised as one of the powerhouses behind the popularity of Sweden’s Stockholm sound on the global techno scene, Adam continues to push the boundaries of electronic music, alongside his friends – and fellow techno stalwarts – Joel Mull and Cari Lekebusch who will headline the second arch on the night.
Swedish techno superstar Adam Beyer is synonymous with all that is exciting about electronic music today.
Joining Beyer in the first arch will be Germany’s Chris Liebing – the driving force behind the labels CLR and Spinclub Recordings. Based in Berlin, Chris has headlined major dance events around the world, including a residency at Cocoon Ibiza, playing alongside Carl Cox at Space, and is world-renowned for his hard-working and boundary-breaking approach to bringing new sounds to the techno fold. Drumcode’s French minimal techno DJ Paul Ritch and the label's UK act Alan Fitzpatrick round out the line up in the main arch.
The third arch will see Magma bring Mark d’Ground, Maker & Meyer , Russell Smith b2b Lee Hume , Bruno Balbino, Russell Bohringer , Paul O’Connor, Barhouse DJs and Steve Norwood b2b Nick Foster to the party.
Drumcode Warehouse PartySaturday 25th September
10pm - 7am
Ewer Street Car Park
29 Great Suffolk Street
£15 Advance Tickets – on sale now