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Labyrinth London Room Splits Announced

06/02/18

Ahead of its UK debut, the Labyrinth London room splits have been announced:

With the event taking place at Tobacco Dock over Easter weekend, we are now closing-in on the 4-week countdown! Here we take a closer-look at the Labyrinth London room splits and the artists performing on the day.

It goes without saying Hot Since 82 closes the Great Gallery. He is joined by legendary maestro and head of Subliminal records, Erick Morillo. German house enigma Butch and Labyrinth’s esteemed Ibiza residents Matthias Meyer and La Fleur finish things off in the vast main room.

Headlining the Car Park is the American-Iranian megastar who has been at the forefront of the scenes for decades. Sci+Tec boss Dubfire will play a special extended set. He’s joined by human fun factory and Bristol’s favourite son, Eats Everything. Matador returns to the car park to deliver another of his robust live performances. After wowing the crowds in the depths of the venue at Halloween, the Irishman is back armed with fresh material. Another familiar face, Lauren Lo Sung completes the billing for Room 2. Lauren delighted us with her dub techno sounds on NYD. To such an extent, we just had to invite her back for a second bite of the cherry.

In the Gallery Moon Harbour boss Matthias Tanzmann headlines. Plus there a virtuoso double live-set from Guti & Martin Buttrich. FUSE resident Archie Hamilton is also on display. Plus we expect an eccentric set from new LWE resident William Djoko. There’s also a surprise appearance from a secret guest – so keep your ears and eyes peeled!

To get you in the mood, listen to our Labyrinth London playlist:

Last summer Hot Since 82 transformed Pacha into an ancient mythical jungle, with a party inspired by colour, fun and great underground music. Blending exciting new talent with some of the Balearic old guard and playing a cross-section of both house and techno. After an incendiary debut year, the spectacle is heading to our shores. This Easter the Labyrinth experience lands in the UK for the first time, indulging London with a taste of Ibiza.

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