Krankbrother have been working hard lately to secure themselves a wealth of talented guests for spring, and London’s dance music will be delighted that all that hard work has more than paid off. Bringing three nights to different venues with Giegling, Jeremy Underground and Tangerine Dream among the artists booked, the duo will be adding extra gloss to the capital’s clubbing scene in March and April.
Saturday 24th March is one for the dub techno fans, with Giegling’s melodic journeys provided by DJ Dustin, Leafar Legov, Vril and more. Live sets from Legov, Vril, Kettenkarussell and Edward will be enthralling trips through spacey dance music, and it won’t just be the artists exploring space, as the night will be held in a unique listed building which has never yet been used for a clubbing event.
Sunday 1st April is all about selectors, with Jeremy Underground leading two more high-profile “Crate Diggers” at York Hall. Representing Worldwide FM and Rush Hour, the as of yet unnamed stars will have plenty of magnificent records at their disposal, and ought to make for a perfect accompaniment to a spring sunday afternoon. The return of iconic group Tangerine Dream, making their first London appearance since the tragic death of bandmate Edgar Froese, takes place at Union Chapel on Monday 23rd April, and will celebrate their latest album Quantum Gate.
Saturday 24th March
Krankbrother presents Giegling
Sunday 1st April
Krankbrother presents: Crate Diggers
York Hall, London
Monday 23rd April
Krankbrother presents: Tangerine Dream
Union Chapel, London
Photo courtesy of Tangerine Dream
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