Printworks London have placed tickets on priority sale for Issue 002, with three highly in-demand shows hitting ticket stores today.
Running from October to December in a genre-spanning 10-week run, Issue 002 will pick-up right where Issue 001 left off, with full techno fanfare on Saturday 7th October. Maceo Plex, Daniel Avery & Rodhad will head up the opening with support from the likes of Edward, Bella Sarris, Architectural, Monoloc, Vril, Mind Against and Drumcell.
Next up, Printworks welcome The Hydra. The Hydra have cemented themselves as one of London’s most potent club brands and now into their sixth year, the continentally respected brand will be bringing the best of electronic music to Printworks, for the second season running, in what will be two of the most highly anticipated shows of London’s quarter four calendar.
Two label showcases will take place on the day with Ninja Tune hitting the Press Halls and Monkey Town taking over the Charge Bay. Ninja Tune welcome Modeselektor, Bicep, Ame, Helena Hauff, Machine Woman and DJ Seinfield, who will all be performing at the southeast London club for the first time. Monkeytown welcomes Dark Sky, Special Request, Alex Banks, Leo Leal, Gajek and Chloe Frieda, who will all also be making their Printworks debuts.
Last but not least, RAM will be celebrating 25 years of the globally esteemed label. Once heralded as a platform for Andy C’s own productions, the imprint expanded massively, becoming a world-renowned hub for some of the biggest drum & bass artists to ever hit the scene. Alongside label-manager Scott Bourne, it’s gone from strength to strength, helping to pedestal household names such as Chase & Status, Sub Focus and Wilkinson
Expect huge production, top-notch light and sound and an incredible soundtrack inside the gigantic press halls this winter, as some of the worlds biggest DJs come to perform.