I Love Acid celebrates 10th anniversary at Hidden Manchester
Luke Vibert, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Jon Dasilva are confirmed to play at the party this April.
Date published: 24th Jan 2017
Club night and record label I Love Acid will toast to 10 years on Saturday 1st April at Hidden in Manchester.
The parties, which have run since 2007, have celebrated the sound of the Roland TB303 around the UK and in Europe. Named after the Luke Vibert track of the same name, the brand has hosted over 100 events, mostly in its London home but also one-offs in Edinburgh, Belfast, Barcelona, Antwerp, Berlin, Malta, Dublin and more.
The label was founded in 2014 and has been pushing out vinyl only releases which are hand numbered and stamped, limited to 303 copies each with no represses and no digital versions.
For the 10th birthday party, I Love Acid stops off at one of the true homes of acid house in the UK (and the world) - Manchester. Rephlex mainstays Luke Vibert and Ceephax Acid Crew head up the line up, with Glasgow's Dixon Avenue Basement Jams also confirmed.