For our final night of 2018, we invite a host of esteemed party specialists to round out the year. Leading the proceedings in Room One is Patrick Topping, whose distinctive style of floor-inclined house has brought him huge success in recent years. By now one of the stalwarts of the Hot Creations roster, the UK talent has become one of electronic music’s most in-demand DJs, as renowned in Miami and Ibiza as he is on home turf. wAFF also makes a return to the space, bringing the definitive tech house sound that’s made him one of today’s best-loved DJs. Also preparing to return are trippy house experts Acid Mondays. Rounding off the Room One bill is a London-based DJ and producer on the rise, Alex Virgo.
In Room Two, we’re joined by Daniel Avery. A highly esteemed DJ, producer and label owner, the UK artist’s work covers many angles. Behind the decks, he currently champions a mix of high-octane techno, buzzing electro, shadowy drone and ambient, styles that have come to define his individualist artistic voice. Having held his own Divided Love residency and made regular Farringdon stop-offs over the years, he’s also had a long history with us throughout his career. Avery helps us kick off 2019 alongside a cast of DJs pushing the darker shades of electronic music. Anastasia Kristensen also returns. A regular guest with us in recent years, the Copenhagen artist’s mixing puts a refreshed edge on the sounds of vintage techno and IDM. Farringdon regular Jay Clarke also brings his propulsive techno sound back to the space. A deft hand in raw, hypnotic techno, Clarke’s production work can be found on Ben Klock’s imprint, Klockworks. Finally re:ni makes her Farringdon debut. Rising to prominence as part of the siren collective, the London-based selector’s collection of electro, techno and bass-led rhythms has since led to her forging her own path.
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