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2018 marks EGG’s 15th year running and continuing to stay on top of their game, releasing their upcoming Autumn/Winter schedule.
Having welcomed a host of new faces to the club including Mariel Ito (Maceo Plex), Renaat Vandepapeliere, Pariah, Charlotte De Witte, Bella Sarris and Colin Benders amongst others earlier this year, their Winter agenda brings a plethora of more new artists to the fore with label showcases and extended sets alongside flagship parties Berlin Berlin and Familia.
Egg LDN’s ethos of constant evolution has never been more evident with the club set to unveil their new Main Room later year, signifying the progression of the venue over the last decade and what’s next for the future. Further afield, they will complete their 15 Years of Egg World Tour between September to December with shows TBA in L.A, San Francisco, Bucharest, Dublin and Barcelona. As well as growing the brand internationally, their in-house What Came First label is due another upcoming release from their own resident Kyle E. Alongside Kyle, fellow resident and Phonica Records affiliate Luther Vine will be on hand to support the broad range of talent on their upcoming schedule.
Acting as a platform for the world’s leading electronic artists, their multi-faceted space will be home to a new Main Room alongside the existing Middle Floor (recently touted as the best sound system in London by a handful of artists with a glorious KV2 Audio sound system), intimate Basement and dark Cell 200 which is hidden away from the main structure of the club.
The Winter schedule kicks off with a Serialism showcase on September 1st, headed up by Sammy Dee, Bella Sarris, Azimute & more. Further September highlights come in the form of Alison Wonderland making her Egg debut on the 7th followed by the return of Paul Ritch on the 8th. Drum’n’ Bass stalwarts Fred V + Grafix make an appearance on the 14th before Monoloc, Etapp Kyle and Alex.Do are billed for Saturday 15th. PAWSA returns Friday 21st, followed by New York House don Danny Tenaglia on the 22nd, each of whom will be playing extended sets until late. Adding another extended session to the bill, Nic Fanciulli returns for a marathon All Night Long show on 29th September.
October 6th sees Jan Blomqvist make his Egg debut alongside YokoO and Chaim. Uplifting DnB producer Netsky return on Friday12th while Filth on Acid boss Reinier Zonneveld heads up Familia on Saturday 13th with support from Roberto Capuano and Markantonio. Wilkinson debuts with his Sleepless brand on Friday 23rd alongside DnB artists Dimeantle, Krakota and 1991 before Berlin Berlin event gets underway on Saturday 20th. BBC Radio 1 affiliate Danny Howard heads up Fridays at Egg on 26th October with his own selected guests soon TBA to complete the line-up. Heading up Halloween weekend on Saturday 27th, Christian Smith returns for a Tronic showcase with support TBA.
Liquid Drum’n’Bass label Spearhead Records start off November’s instalment of Friday night events on the 2nd before Lee Foss returns for a Repopulate Mars showcase on the 9th with Latmun, Nathan Barato, Bontan and more. Familia’s 6th birthday celebrations get going on the 10th with the long-running friend of the night, Monika Kruse alongside Thomas Schumacher and Sinisa Tamamovic. Boris Brejcha is back on Friday 16th for an extended B2B with Ann Clue before Fritz Kalkbrenner makes his Main Room debut on Saturday 17th. Bass producer Nero is another new face for the 23rd before R&S Records, NovaMute and Phonica return for showcases with Renaat Vandepapeliere, Benjamin Damage, Daniel Miller and more on Saturday 24th. Matrix & Futurebound launch their upcoming album with Viper Recordings on Friday 30th, rounding off the month’s last label showcase until December.
Toolroom returns on 1st December with Mark Knight fronting the showcase before the household name and all-around legend Pete Tong returns for another All Gone Pete Tong with personally curated selectors on support duty. Familia’s December fix sees Victor Ruiz and Deborah De Luca touch down in Kings Cross before the DJ Mag Best of British Awards commence on Thursday 13th throughout the whole venue.
The final Berlin Berlin of 2018 is confirmed for Saturday 29th before the biggest event of the Winter calendar, New Years Eve, sees a wide range of talent celebrate the beginning of 2019 with the finest purveyors of unabashed, heavy hitting techno, house and everything in between throughout the club.