We shift our Promoter Focus onto London based party starters LWE and have a quick look at some of the treats they've got lined up.
Date published: 5th Sep 2013
LWE have been making some serious noise on the London clubbing scene for some time now. With night after night of blistering line ups and huge sound systems attracting irreverant party goers intent on raving the night away, LWE have entered legendary status with their unique parties. Making it their mission to throw sell out parties in a number of original and warehouse-like venues across the great city, LWE are very much becoming the highlight of London's nightlife. We’ve selected five LWE events that show off their varied and yet forward thinking booking policies.
First up we can look forward to LWE heading to Electric Brixton with Noisia & Foreign Beggars in tow, as I Am Legion on 26th September. With healthy nods to rap, electronica and everything in between, this promises to be an infectious and eclectic journey through the tempos and genres, a stunning example of how good independant music can sound.
Shogun Audio get into bed with LWE on 28th September for a night of drum ‘n’ bass annihilation. This time heading to The Sidings for the Shogun label showcase, expect to see whirlwind sets from the likes of Spectrasoul, Rockwell, Icicle and Technimatic, demonstrating all the intensity and panache that has made the imprint what it is today.
Lancashire lads, and Radio One favourites Bondax head up a night with their good selves and a selection of their closest artiste buddies at an as yet undisclosed venue. not a lot needs to be said about Bondax, seeing as they are some of the hottest electronica producers at the moment. Their teaming up with LWE promises something really special on the 4th October.
The Great Suffolk Street Warehouse is the next venue in LWE’s sights on 26th October, as legendary record label Drumcode curate a Halloween party with a blistering soundtrack. Drumcode’s Halloween party’s have long since been one of the highlights of the London Techno calendar, and this years looks like repeating the same feat, with Adam Beyer headlining not one, but two rooms.
And finally Andy C’s monolithic Ram Records imprint arrive at the O2 Academy In Brixton with an entourage of label favourites hell bent on making the event go down in drum ‘n’ bass history. Andy C is headlining with a three hour monster set, with impressive support from P Money, Calyx, Wilkinson, DJ Teebee and Delta Heavy to name a few on the 1st November. At such an ocnic venue, and with LWE overlooking proceedings, expect one serous party. Get your Ram Records @ O2 Academy tickets below.