As Drumcode turns 15, London Warehouse Events presents a massive warehouse party to celebrate, showcasing some of the label’s favourites, and promising to be one of the techno events of the year!
This year, Drumcode is pulling out all the stops to celebrate its landmark 15th birthday, with a series of very special events and the release of a compilation featuring tracks from Drumcode artists to commemorate. And on October 29th the party comes to London’s Great Suffolk Street Warehouse.
Adam Beyer’s Drumcode is synonymous with all that is exciting about techno. In recent years Adam Beyer has emerged as the figurehead of the hugely prolific Swedish Techno scene, and Drumcode has become a go-to for anything fresh and exciting in the scene. Beyer’s focused approach confirm Drumcode’s reputation as the world’s leading force in cutting--edge techno – with some of the industry’s biggest names releasing on Drumcode, including Thomas Krome, Christian Smith, Cari Lekebusch and Marco Carola.
Drumcode has and always will be about a very clear musical vision: honest, forward-thinking and functional. The label has stayed on its one true course from the outset, providing a consistent home to core artists and acting as a platform for leaders of the techno new-wave. It’s about fresh, boundary-breaking music – innovation and invention. And it’s been doing it for 15 years.
For this very special warehouse event on October 29th, Adam Beyer has hand-picked a selection of his favourite artists from the label to play, and he’s invited Drumcode’s sister label Truesoul will host Arch 2. For one night only, catch Adam Beyer, Paul Ritch (live), Joseph Capriati, Alan Fitzpatrick and Patrick Siech under one roof, where they’ll be joined in the second arch by Ida Engberg, Joel Mull and Alexi Delano.
To find out how to buy tickets click here
Published on 06 September 2011 by Wayne Feltham