Tech House brand & label Way Out marked its 4th anniversary with a spectacular event held at Fabric over the weekend, as it does every year. The celebration unfolded in Room 2, taking everyone on a mesmerising journey.

The lineup was curated to perfection, featuring a blend of established and upcoming talent. Kicking off the night was Tim James, who set the tone with his dynamic opening set. His seamless transitions and eclectic track selection primed the crowd for the electrifying performances to come. Next up was resident DJ BRADII, one of the co-founders of Way Out, who took the decks from midnight to half 1 in the morning, with his signature style characterised by deep basslines and hypnotic melodies, BRADII delivered a captivating set that kept the energy levels soaring.

The anticipation peaked as Joseph Edmund, making his debut at Fabric, stepped onto the stage at 1:30am. From the moment he started, his masterful command of the decks and infectious enthusiasm had the crowd entranced until the early hours of the morning. As the night reached its climax, Savio Testa, another co-founder of Way Out, took over from 3am to 4am for the closing set. With his years of experience and deep understanding of the genre, Savio Testa curated a sonic journey that left a lasting impression on the dancefloor. 

The atmosphere throughout the event was electric, with Fabric’s iconic lighting and sound system elevating the experience to new heights. The crowd, full of avid music enthusiasts and devoted fans of Way Out, danced in unison till closing.

Way Out’s 4th anniversary celebration at Fabric was a resounding success from the exhilarating performances to the vibrant atmosphere, every aspect of the event exceeded expectations. Their dedication to nurturing emerging talent and promoting innovative sounds has solidified their position as a leading force in the industry. As the night came to a close, it was clear that Way Out’s influence on the tech house scene shows no signs of slowing down as it now embarks on a series of events in the capital as well as many more parties around Italy, Malta, Ibiza, Mykonos and more.