It’s parties galore this weekend, as it is every weekend in London. We know it can be a bit confusing as to which event might be worth your hard-earned cash, so we compile a list of our personal recommendations every week to help you on your way. Cos we’re nice like that! So read on to find out what’s happening this weekend in the capital…



Aquarium has been one of the capital’s most infamous club spaces for a long time now and still remains a popular haunt for those wanting a bit of sleaze over the weekend. This Thursday one of the UK’s house and techno pioneers Colin Dale is on the ones and twos delivering the very best in upfront music, a perfect Thursday night.

Colin Dale | Christian Schenal |

September 25 | Aquarium | T.N.D |


Red Bull Studios presents Oneman Solitaire Vol.III Launch Party
A DJ who can blend a myriad of styles together and still make a set sound cohesive, Oneman is a UK don and he launches the latest installment of his Solitaire mix series at the Bussey Building in Peckham this Thursday. Should be vibesss!

Oneman | Mumdance | Trim | Canblaster b2b Sam Tiba + Special Guests |

September 25 | Bussey Building | Oneman |



Tief presents Beats In Space 15th Anniversary

Tief are masters of throwing down carefully curated parties which always go off so this one, which celebrates the 15th anniversary of Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space should be extra special. Just a quick glance at the line-up should be enough to tell you that…

Tim Sweeney | Axel Boman | Hunee (Rush Hour) b2b Mr. Ties | Tornado Wallace | Hesseltime |

September 26 | Corsica Studios | Tief |Beats In Space |

Tessellate Studio Party

The seminal King’s Cross club brings together a fine selection of artists for its trusty Friday night soiree. Infinity Ink (AKA Luca C and Ali Love) top the bill, along with Leeds’ finest Matt Fear, deep house don James Dexter, Deeper Purpose and XYZ. Solid programming.

Andrés | Medlar | Jonny Bottomley | Deelux Audio | Max Van Dijk | James Sison |

September 26 | Autumn Street Studios | Tesselate |

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Rush Hour Records Take Over x Superstition at Village Underground

South London promoters Entail bring in the big guns for this party, which takes place at Brixton’s Electric club. Gui Boratto is one of the Kompakt family, bringing soulful emotive house music to the masses. Sishi Rosch adds a tougher angle with his hood style house. Should be a great night!

San Proper | Rick Wilhite | Awanto3 (live) | Antal | Jungle By Night (live) |

September 26 | Village Underground | Rush Hour Records |

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Trouble Vision presents Midland – All Night Long

Midland all night long. Need we say anything more?!

Midland – All Night Long |

September 26 | Dance Tunnel | Trouble Vision |

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5 Years of Culprit – All Day Terrace Party

The Culprit gang come back to London for another celebration of their fifth anniversary, this time hitting up one of south London’s new gems, Studio338. Their all day terrace parties are always on point, so get down there.

Maxxi Soundsystem | Droog | Inxec | Bambook |

September 27 | Studio338 | Culprit LA |

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Bread & Butter with Lawrence

Smallville is such a classy little label, and every artist who contributes music to the outfit is cut from the same cloth. Lawrence represents on Saturday, appearing at Basing House. Should be pretty good!

Lawrence | VNCBRG DJs | Jamma & Max. |

September 27 | Basing House | Bread & Butter |

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Cartulis Day at Crucifix Lane

Cartulis Day assembles a tidy little line-up for its shindig at Crucifix Lane this weekend, Toi Toi’s Nicolas Lutz and the mighty Jane Fitz will be repping along with a cast of equally strong DJs. Bang bang!

Nicolas Lutz | Jane Fitz | Ken & Davy | Campbell Bros. | Tom Burnell & Ricky Courtman | Raphael | Unai Trotti |

September 27 | Crucifix Lane | Cartulis Day |

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Fuse at Village Underground

Fuse is one of those infallible parties that always goes off and always maintains a high level of music, sound, performance and artist curation. This Sunday is no different with the London fraternity on hand to make sure Sunday’s event is another strong one.

Enzo Siragusa | Alex Arnout | Rossko | Samuel Bellis |

September 28 | Village Underground | Fuse |

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