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Re-Textured Festival - Dbridge presents Black Electric Tickets | Village Underground London  | Fri 3rd April 2020 Lineup

Re-Textured Festival - Dbridge presents Black Electric tickets

Village Underground in London

Friday 3rd April 2020

10:00pm til 6:00am

Minimum Age: 18

Re—textured is a multi-venue, multi-sensory festival for London and the UK.

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Re-Textured Festival - Dbridge presents Black Electric on Friday 3rd April 2020

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Re-Textured heads to the iconic Village Underground for a stellar line up of three unique forces in club music.
Mala can rightly be credited with ushering in what became arguably the most groundbreaking club sound of the noughties with his work with Coki as Digital Mystikz. As the godfather of the dubstep scene, he continues to resolutely carries the torch to this day with his Deep Medi label, which has a stronger following than ever.

From a different, but no less influential, corner of the bass continuum, dBridge’s discography ticks off pretty much every important British label of the last few years, with release on R&S, Metalheadz, Hyperdub, ShogunAudio as well as his own imprint Exit Records, of course. He brings a UK premiere of his new live show to Re-Textured.

The bill is rounded off by fast-rising Dutch favourite and De School resident selector, upsammy.






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This event is part of our Festivals 2020 guide

Music Genres: 

EDM, Electronic

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