Thursday, 11 October 2012

Weekend Clubbing Roundup: London, Belin, Rotterdam, Copenhagen & Moscow


Coma celebrate their 1st birthday at The Nest tomorrow night and they've assembled a line up packed wall to wall with quality. Headlined by Detroit techno legend, Rolando. He's joined by Blueprint Records boss James Ruskin and the man behind Coma, Doubleffe.

Surface Records make it a double birthday celebration as they're celebrating 15 years as one of the UK's driving forces in techno. Surface Records are represented by the 65D Mavericks, Oliver Ho, Voidloss and the Surface DJs.

Tickets are still available on Resident Advisor.

After their last party at the Rhythm Factory with saw storming performances from The Black Dog, Andy Stott and Ø Phase, this time around Dystopia have raised the bar. Celebrating some of the best artists that the UK has to offer. Surgeon, Perc and Peverelist make for a hell of a night of music.

As with all Dystopia parties there's a pre show exhibition bring visual art together with forward thinking techno. The location of the East London warehouse hasn't been announced as of yet, but we've heard they've lined up something extra special. Head over to Resident Advisor to get the info on the location when it's announced. There's also a few tickets remaining, so don't hang about, otherwise it'll be more on the door.

fabric continue their Room 2 commitment to first class techno. A rare excursion into the dark room for Craig Richards is special enough on it's own, but the fact he's joined by a live set Blawan & Pariah, under their Karenn alias, and the genius of Peter Van Hoesen will make it a real treat.

Tickets available on the fabric website.

Making it a Saturday night hat-trick of outstanding events. Not to be outdone, Corsica Studios invite UK label Blackest Ever Black to bring their considerable stable of talented artists featuring most notably the likes of Vatican Shadow (we caught his live set at the Downwards label nacht @ Berghain last week and it made for inspiring stuff), Source Direct, Cut Hands, Russell Haswell and many many more.

Tickets are available at Resident Advisor


Berghain give the residents of Berlin a pre show to the Ben Klock fabric cd launch party, in 2 weeks time, as he's joined by Truncate at the former power station. The rest of the main floor line up is made up with the exception skills of DJ Deep, Zadig (Live), Marcelus, DJ Bone and Francois X.

Full event info, including the Panoramabar and Sonntags line up, and set times head over to Ostgut website


The Strictly Techno Weekender kicks off in Rotterdam on Friday night at Perron with a couple of stars of the Slash Dot Dash Podcast, the man behind 013Pfirter and the man who's provided our latest, 015, Charlton. Inbetween them you'll find Bas Mooy and Flink.

Tickets are on sale on the Perron Website. Weekend passes are available, and well worth the 17.50 euros are Saturday night's part two is headlined by Len Faki.


Just like Rotterdam, it's a serious weekender at Copenhagen's Culture Box. Mathew Jonson is one of our favourite artists around and he'll be performing live on Friday night. For the return journey on Saturday, Stroboscopic Artefacts boss, Lucy, is joined in the Black Box by Droid Behavior's Raiz.

Full info can be found on the Culture Box Website


Tomorrow night at Shanti, Jugendkultur / Fragment host the Fullpanda Records combination of Dasha Rush and Lars Hemmerling aka Lada. Supported by Alexey Volkov and another Fullpanda artist in the shape of Yuka. Room 2 sees London based promotion, Lokee, showcasing their infamous party atmosphere.

Full info can be found on Resident Advisor

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