This September will see the start of Electric Brixton’s autumn/winter season, and with it a host of international talent will be landing in the capital. Regarded as one of the city’s leading venues, Electric Brixton has welcomed some of the biggest names in the game during its time. The likes of Deadmau5, Rudimental, Clean Bandit and New Order have all graced the venue’s stage.
Dating back to 1913, the renowned South West London venue has a colourful history. Housed in an Edwardian building, the space has previously been used for The Palladium Picture House Cinema and even a roller disco. In 2011 an extensive refurbishment saw Electric Brixton re-open as a independent venue and has since cemented its place in the heart of London’s vibrant music and events scene.
Kicking off the autumn/winter programme on September 10th-11th brings one of Belfast’s finest electronic music duos; Bicep. Acting as the official after party for their two days of live shows at nearby space O2 Academy Brixton, the pair have curated a double helping of electronic music goodness with a DJ set from themselves, Danielle, Manami and Hammer on day one. Meanwhile day 2 ushers in Brame & Hamo, Sally C and Holly Lester.
Next up on October 22nd sees the international man of pleasure Partiboi69 making his long-awaited London debut. The outlandish performer will no doubt bring his flair and character to the capital, along with the high-octane beats he’s quickly becoming known for. The equine specialist promises to keep things freaky, fun and x-rated this October.
Saturday 6th November marks the return of German DJ/producer Boris Brejcha. Having crafted his own unique sound dubbed ‘high-tech minimal’ which merges elements of melodic and progressive techno, the artist has garnered a vast following all around the world. He’ll be showcasing his signature tunes alongside Ann Clue, Deniz Bul, Theydream and Soko & Sev.
Parision label Ed Banger celebrates its 18th birthday with Busy P, Heidi, Gaspard Augé, So-Me, Breakbot and more on 19th November. The following day Aussie sensation Mall Grab’s Looking For Trouble imprint stops by for a night of relentless rave-ready music. The London-based artist has slingshotted into the limelight in recent years thanks to his one of a kind style which explores the darker and harder shades of electronic music. He’ll be joined by a selection of guests who are yet to be announced.
Finally as we move into December, innovative live performers Booka Shade are in town on December 3rd with a full-scale show featuring jaw-dropping production. Then, on 17th December the inimitable Denis Sulta performs his only London club show of 2021.
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