As the home of quality underground music in Chatham, Club Mojo continues to have its finger on the pulse, carefully watching dance music trends and hooking in artists and DJs to best display the finest examples of underground dance music. The next few months see an impressive roster of industry giants hit North Kent.
Saturday March 21st sees the mighty Audio Rehab leave its Ministry Of Sound abode in London and head east, bringing label mainstays Mark Radford and Carnao Beats with them for the party.
Recently bigged up in The Guardian for their championing of deep tech, the brand has been busy carving out its own sound in the capital's clubbing sphere for some time now and continues to gather momentum with their passionate dedication to the rave experience. Check out Mark Radford in the mix above. Get your tickets here.
High flying newcomer Philip George gets the nod on April 4th for RMRS second birthday. Responsible for one of the biggest hits in recent months ('Wish You Were Mine' above), the Nottingham based producer has already caught the attention of a huge number of major dance festivals this year, as ravers continue to lap up his take on deep house.
Defected Records anchor Sam Divine also appears making this an essential for the house music deviants amongst us. Grab your tickets here.
The tempo cranks up on May 2nd when an all star drum & bass contingent hit Club Mojo.
Also running as the first of Riverside Street Party's outdoor soirees, the event held across four arenas and over ten hours will star the mighty Sub Focus, Ram records cohort Wilkinson and Chase & Status favourite Dimension (hear him in the mix for DJ Target's Radio One show above), making it one of the biggest drum & bass line ups to hit Kent in some time. Bag your tickets here.