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The Qube Project

The Qube Project, a carefully curated series of parties set in a unique cutting edge rave space, makes its London bow in October.

Mike Warburton

Last updated: 23rd Sep 2014

Image: Qube Project 

This Autumn see's the much anticipated Qube Project take over London, in what will be a significant introduction to it's monumental musical borders, with a series of cutting edge artists from a plethora of genres coming together in a unique setting that offers the ultimate raving experience. 

Set across three rooms, the Qube Project is an exclusive space that boasts a fully fledged Martin Audio system twinned up with a thrilling visual experience due to a bespoke street art installation that runs throughout the venue, alongside innovative 3D mapping visuals.

Spanning across a multitude of genres including house, garage and techno, the project demonstrates versatility in that it will offer an alternating sensory experience every four months to keep things fresh and on the pulse each weekend.

The Grande Launch, taking place on Saturday October 4th, welcomes Just Be (smashing the Ibiza Villas Takeover below) - alternatively known as Bushwacka!, Ibiza staple Sam Divine and Mark Jenkyns , bringing a bag of funk infused house to the table.

Elsewhere on the line up major house and techno purveyors Geddes and Simon Baker go back to back and the newest kid on the Chibuku block SG Lewis (who recently appeared on our Skiddle mix series here) makes up a belting opening line up. 

Saturday 11th October showcases a slice of talent from lauded imprint Off Recording's roster, with Berlin's very own Crom and Thanh taking over the show with a blanket of deep and tech house, alongside Robosonic and Krankbrother

Adding to the forward thinking exploits, the eclectic talents of French deep house producer Klingande come to prominence on Friday 17th October, Tube and Berger will revitalise the festival vibe with their musical sorcery on Saturday 18th October followed by Edu Imbernon, well renowned for his remix of The XX's 'Crystalised' below, also hitting up the venue with Lauren Lane

Continuing the house fuelled proceedings is Weisser and Copyright, with punchy house protagonist Dale Howard also shaking things up on the night to round off a cracking October.

Delving into the deeper recesses of the line up brings notable performances from the likes of Rampa - a firm favourite for the techno heads, chart voyager Wankelmut, Coyu, Sonny Fodera and Miguel Campbell amongst a whole bunch of accomplished artists who'll adorn this prime central London rave space in the lead up to the new year. 

Full Qube listings and line ups here.