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Stage Splits announced for Drumcode Halloween


Take a look to see who is playing in each room at Drumcode Halloween. Each of the rooms will offer a different experience at Drumcode, while the interconnecting walkways will be littered with an army of haunting revellers!

Plus listen to a set from Adam Beyer and Anja Schneider at Tobacco Dock below…


The Great Gallery

The Great Gallery is Tobacco Dock’s largest space with a weaving of timber rafters above your head, and glass walls around the outside the architecture makes it the perfect room for big production levels. Adam Beyer has curated a lineup with LWE favourite’s Pan-Pot; one of Drumcode’s names of the moment in Sam Paganini; while Monika Kruse makes her debut at the label’s flagship event. Having played at LWE NYD 2016 and Junction 2, it wasn’t long before Boxia signed to Drumcode and he’s the final addition to the Great Gallery.

The Car Park

Industrial setting, minimal lighting, a booming soundsystem and 80s rave strobes; are just a few things we’ve done in the past to make the Car Park an amazing and intense experience to loose yourself in. For Drumcode Halloween the Car Park will host the heavier and more relentless sounds with Alan Fitzpatrick and Dense & Pika flying the flag for UK techno. London based Nicole Moudaber makes a return to Drumcode Halloween, whilst one of the label’s most influential artists over the last 9 months Marco Faraone makes his Tobacco Dock debut.  Marcel Fengler is certain to bring a pounding edge to the festivities; an original resident of Berghain, Marcel now focuses on spreading his influence in clubs through his label IMF. Julia Govor is another new name for 2016 and will bring a distinctly hedonistic sound.


-Little Gallery

When Anja Schneider is on the bill you know there’s going to be a party! After a short hiatus from Tobacco Dock having been our resident for 2015, she’s back and will play for the first time in the Little Gallery. This room is perfect for getting up, close and personal with the crowd and building a closer relationship with the audience. With a similar architectural aesthetic to the little Gallery it’s more intimate atmosphere, gives it a totally different vibe to the other rooms. Detroit’s finest Stacey Pullen will be making his first Halloween appearance and LWE Reset Robot is back by popular demand, adding an infectious twist to the bubbling cauldron.