All posts tagged: electric brixton

FKJ Live at Electric Brixton, June 16th, London

Shut The Front Door are excited to welcome Parisian Electronic producer FKJ for his BIGGEST London showcase yet, performing his incredible live set. This is the official London date for his debut album ‘French Kiwi Juice’ tour taking place at one of London’s largest venues – Electric Brixton.

LTJ Bukem, Dillinja, DJ Krust at Electric Brixton, October 22nd, London

Headlining the event we’ve got LTJ Bukem, a man who needs no introduction in the drum and bass scene and is one of the greats. His classic training has always been visible with his jazz fusion/ funk influences and intricate piano lines, allowing him to pioneer and nurture the intelligent d&b sound visible throughout his label Good Looking. Along with his production, his experience in live productions through his number of club nights including SPEED with Dj Fabio are visible now more than ever.

Bakermat Presents The Circus 2 at Electric Brixton, February 19th, London

After an absolutely sell out 2015 world tour, including a show in Paris at the legendary L’Olympia , Bakermat will be returning to London in February with his brand new concept – The Circus.

He has played at almost every credible and important music festival there is over the last 3 years..,, I Love Techno, Ultra Miami, Sensation White, Mainsquare, Montreux Jazz Festival, Tomorrowland, Mysteryland, South West Four.. the list goes on and on. He is also the host of stages at the biggest festivals like the ‘Bakermat&Friends’ stage at Tomorrowland every year, or the “Bakermat’s Gospel Church’ at Kingsday Festival and a lot more. As one of the founders his goal is to bring new talent or fellow colleagues to the stage and that’s exactly what he does when he’s curating a stage. Artists like Klingande, Thomas Jack, The Avener, Robin Schulz and Oliver Heldens are often guests at one of his stages.

James Holden, Polar Bear Live at Electric Brixton, November 15th, London

Soundcrash is very pleased to announce an incredible and indefinable double headline bill of London-based musical pioneers Polar Bear and James Holden’s live band at Electric Brixton on the 15th of November. Hot on the heels of their second Mercury Music Prize nomination for last years’ In Each And Every one, Polar Bear followed it up in spectacular style with Same As You. After the dark complexity of its immediate predecessor, Same As You is presented in sharp focus, as inclusive and Read more […]

Skeng LDN w/ Flowdan, Newham Generals and More at Electric Brixton, April 11th, London

Art of Noize brings to you a brand new event that will bring the Uk’s best artists from across the underground music scene. Artists on the night from all genres of underground music. PA’s & Artists performing on the night! Flowdan – Killa P – Newham Generals – Logan Sama – Marcus Nasty & Mc Shantie – Mampi Swift & Eskman – Uncle Dugs & Ragga twins – Kromestar – DJ Squarewave – Worries Outternational – Renegade Sound – Dizzle Kid – Boyson – Jamie Muse – Purge – Scar Duggy – Karl Vincent Read more […]

Body & Soul w/ Jocelyn Brown at Electric Brixton, Oct. 20th, 2013, London

Need2Soul presents Body & Soul Sunday October 20 Electric Brixton Town Hall Parade, London SW2 1RJ 4pm-12am facebook.com/events/283591718449924/ This October Need2Soul presents another truly unforgettable party, as Body & Soul makes a very welcome return to London for the first time since April 2012. The famous Body & Soul New York soul train – where François K, Joaquin ‘Joe’ Claussell and Danny Krivit conduct proceedings All-Day-Long – comes back to Read more […]

Defected In The House Recap at Electric Brixton

If you missed out on Defected’s NYE party at Electric Brixton which featured Dennis Ferrer, Deetron, Noir, Copyright, Simon Dunmore and Sam Divine, this video recap may make you hate the fact that you weren’t there. The festivity was surely top notch and the good news is, you now can make it a point to go to any upcoming Defected party and you also now have 11 months to plan for the 2014 nye event! Read more […]