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The final bank holiday of the summer glazes the capital this weekend, and as every individual sprint finishes there week, K / D will highlight our picks of the weekend to exert your best foot forward, don’t assume and don’t miss out. Our highlights include Rhythm Section, The Hydra, Toi Toi, Lokee, Half Baked & Secretsundaze.  We also have an limited number of Secretsundaze x Gobang! & K / D Keep It Deep promo guestlist tickets, full details below.

 Friday night and the only pick of the weekend we suggest is Rhythm Section hosted by Bradley Zero of Boiler Room fame alongside Myles Mears, check this night South of the river for 100% relentless quality, strictly wax peeps. Ticket links here. 

rhythm section

Saturday night is big but we honestly only feel you need to get your sneakers down to The Hydra: Blueprint featuring Underground Resistance, Jeff Mills, Robert Hood & James Ruskin at The Electric Brixton. The Hydra kick off a series of events and this is a 12 hour marathon, our tip is to catch Jeff Mills bringing truly forward thinking music to you. Tickets here. 

blueprint

Sunday is funday and there are no less than four hot tips for the day so get ready. Our 1st pick is our stand out tip for the entire bank holiday weekend with a line up that just keeps on giving from the Secretsundaze x Go bang! mini festival with exclusive K / D limited promo guestlist.  The mix below was provided by Dj Qu as the first ever K / D P Keep It Deep Podcast so this party definitely got the right sound.   Lets keep this short, sharp and to the point. Greenwich in the day and hopefully sunshine with Omar S the FXHE label boss and most consistent deep house producer out there , Portable live who recently rocked Boiler Room, Floating Points, & Giles & James round off providing the selection. The night event moves South of the river and Borderland live are the headline act made up of legends, Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald who need little intro, We also see Martyn, Tama Sumo, Peter Van Hoesen, L.I.E.S vs Trilogy Tapes, Ron Morelli vs Will Bankhead, Brawther, Trus’me, Dj Qu, Andrew Ashong & Moxie round up the heavyweight lineup for information check here. Here is the great news Secretsundaze have kindly provided K / D with limited promo guestlist at £20 for the day & £20 for the night, if you fancy a day & night ticket this will cost only £30 which is a substantial saving.  This is strictly limited so please get in touch if you want Secretsundaze x K / D promo tickets. Full party information here. 

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Next up we also have Toi Toi and this party is an open party so all are welcome with Thomas Melchior of Perlon fame headlining bringing some underground groove and shuffle alongside, Ion Ludwig live, Lee Arucci, Peter Glasspool, Junki Inque, PHG, Lamache & Voigtmann. The venue for this shindig has not been revealed but check out the link here for details.

toi toi

Lokee loves Wilde Renate return to the capital after successfully starting a record label which has been praised from all angles. For this summer soiree Lokee welcome Mathew Johnson live who has just dropped his new long player, Ryan Crosson, Peak & Swift the Berlin crazy duo, & of course not forgetting Nisekay & Sebastian Voigt the residents. This party has an underground crowd, understated music and a nice welcoming vybe. More information here.  

lokee

Finally and by no means last for the bank holiday weekend, Half Baked present an Eklo showcase with Seuill, Vadim Svoboda live, Cristi Cons & Robin Ordell providing the deeper shuffling rhythms. These guys always make an effort to find new and exciting venues and then do a great job of dressing the space to add a touch of theatre. ticket info here.

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