London needs a salve to help soothe the sting of the Bloc debacle – and Eastern Electrics might well be it.
The one-day festival, curated by one of the capital’s most respected promoters, brings together some of the most exciting names in house and techno from the UK and beyond – and drops them in a new site just a stone’s throw from the Millenium Dome.
Tickets for Eastern Electrics have long sold out – but if you’re lucky enough to have one, check out our tips to help plan your day.
One of our highlights from this year’s Sonar, the Canadian band’s disco-tinged high camp is the perfect headline fodder.
Love them or hate them, Crosstown Rebels remain one of the most important labels in electronic music – and the charming Damian Lazarus is its figurehead.
One of London’s most consistently adventurous DJs continues a lap of honour after the release of his Masterpiece.
One of the UK’s most in-demand DJs – and the man responsible for one of last year’s most ubiquitous tracks.
His first six solo singles constituted a run of uninterrupted brilliance – and his DJ sets have long been as impressive.
Serial Joy Orbison collaborator brings his abrasive, off-neon sound to the Found stage.
One of Best Fit’s favourite producers, Koreless has slipped out a run of dusky, abandoned industrial estate tracks full of thick, heartrending bass.
The Russian house DJ turned in a fantastic Essential Mix earlier this year – and, in ‘Ghetto Kraviz’, is responsible for one of the most entertainingly sultry singles of the last couple of years.