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Drumcode London with Adam Bayer & Chris Liebing

DRUMCODE
ANNOUNCE LONDON SHOW

Saturday 25th September
10pm – 7am
SECRET WAREHOUSE LOCATION
Central London

*** EARLY BIRD TICKETS SOLD OUT – ADVANCE TICKETS SELLING FAST… ***
ADAM BEYER comes to London for the first time in over a year to showcase his critically acclaimed
DRUMCODE label in London’s most exciting underground warehouse space.
This September, Swedish techno superstar Adam Beyer brings his winning formula to the UK, delivering one
of the biggest lineups of the year. Following the success of Drumcode events around the world Adam heads
a lineup that features a host of Drumcode talent as well as extra special guest CHRIS LIEBING.
World-renowned as one of techno’s dons, Adam Beyer is one DJ you won’t want to miss. Adam Beyer’s
music is synonymous with all that is exciting about electronic music today – with a hard, percussive sound
that has influenced so many. Internationally recognised as one of the powerhouses behind the popularity of
Sweden’s Stockholm sound on the global techno scene, Adam continues to push the boundaries of
electronic music, alongside his friends – and fellow techno stalwarts – Joel Mull and Cari Lekebusch.
Synonymous with strong concepts and high production, the Drumcode label showcases all that is best about
Adam Beyer’s DJ sets – bringing together the diverse sounds of techno and highlighting why his sound is in
such demand across the globe. The label’s focus is on demonstrating the quality and diversity of techno, and
The Drumcode Warehouse Party is set to go OFF, as Adam brings along a massive lineup of international
talent to rock London like no other party.
Germany’s Chris Liebing is one of the world’s leading and most exciting techno artists – the driving force
behind the labels CLR and Spinclub Recordings. Based in Berlin, Chris has headlined major dance events
around the world, including a residency at Cocoon Ibiza, playing alongside Carl Cox at Space, and is world-
renowned for his hard-working and boundary-breaking approach to bringing new sounds to the techno fold.
As one of techno’s leading lights, Chris Liebing and his label CLR have played a part in the constant
evolution of techno as a genre over the last decade. His performances are nothing short of legendary!
The Drumcode Warehouse Party boasts one of the strongest lineups this year. Supporting these two techno
heavyweights is Drumcode’s French minimal techno DJ Paul Ritch whose production has garnered him
critical acclaim. From the UK, Alan Fitzpatrick is another Drumcode big-hitter whose high-quality techno
sound has won him fans around the world.
Drumcode also presents eclectic legend Cari Lekebusch, and Drumcode favourite Joel Mull – whose
sound has been rocking Drumcode parties for more than seven years – and who is one of the most exciting
and innovative producers in electronic music today.


Saturday 25th September
10pm – 7am
SECRET WAREHOUSE LOCATION

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**ARCH 1

Adam Beyer
Chris Liebing
Paul Ritch – Live
Alan Fitzpatrick
**ARCH 2
Cari Lekebusch
Jerome Sydenham
Joel Mull
Ida Engberg
**ARCH 3 (hosted by Magma)
Mark d’Ground / Maker & Meyer
Russell Smith b2b Lee Hume
Bruno Balbino / Russell Bohringer
Paul O’Connor / Barhouse DJs
Steve Norwood b2b Nick Foster

To see Adam Beyer or Chris Liebing playing out in London is rare… to see them together at the same party
is a special privilege! Advance tickets are selling out fast – don’t miss out

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