Brixton Jamm Brings Matthew Herbert, Sven Weisemann, Digital Mystikz & More To Autumn Programme

Published On 02/09/2016 | News

Brixton Jamm gets ready for autumn 2016 with a plethora of returning favourites and a wealth of surprises.

Recently refurbished with Martin Audio sound systems, exposed features, extra space and better terrace options, it all kicks off on September 3rd with Garage Juice Day & Night Terrace Party, then So Fresh So Clean offers 90s anthems and r&b classics on September 9th, and the much hyped northern singles night Swingers: London Liberation take over in the capital for the first time on September 16th.

Then it’s to a Horizon Festival Reunion – Day & Night Terrace Party on the 17th with DJ Format, El-B, Hybrid Minds and many more for big savings of bass, house and hip-hop before September 24th is Shut The Front Door: Brixton’s End of Summer Disco Fiesta with a cult underground lineup featuring PillowTalk and more. September winds down with Saints Don’t Sleep, a heady underground party with Matthew Herbert, Sven Weisemann, and The Menendez Brothers.

October starts with long time prog champion Nick Warren playing with Ben Coda, then the 8th is These Days with Dutch techno star Frits Wentink, Voyage Recordings Andy Hart, plus Lawrence Guy and the TheseDays DJs. Finally, the 21st sees Broken Dub House bring dubstep pioneers Digital Mystikz for a very special show.

Find complete lineups and tickets below.

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Steve comes to Amsterdam by way of Brooklyn, Connecticut, Mumbai, and Tokyo. He researches media culture at UvA, while already holding degrees from UCONN (CT) and The New School (NYC). Aside from DHA, Steve is the Senior Editor for cinema platform IndieNYC.com, and writes on issues relating to film, culture, politics & electronic music. Every so often he also dabbles in photography and filmmaking.