Printworks: Hottest shows at London’s standout venue
To kick things off this weekend, New York DJ powerhouse Armand Van Helden is heading the line-up for the venue’s title show – Printworks Presents.
Van Helden will be joined by Krystal Klear and Henrik Scwarz with the event kicking off at midday.
Mount Kimbie Curate
English electronic duo Mount Kimbie are taking the helm at Printworks alongside “alternative” curators The Hydra on November 17.
Alongside the house icons are “one of the most beloved DJs of our time” Ben UFO and Icelandic IDM innovator and Trip artist Bjarki.
To coincide with the release of his album ‘Dusk, Dark, Dawn’, SG Lewis will be performing a solo gig at Printworks on December 7.
Dusk, Dark, Dawn is a three stage album and the producer, who is still just 23, will release the final phase of the album late 2018.
The record label Anjundeep will be taking over Printworks the following day on December 8 and showcasing all of the talent it has to offer across two rooms.
Polo & Pan
French DJs Polo & Pan return to London early next year following the success of their first album Caravelle.
The duo kick off the festival season on March 14 in association with music promotion firm DHP Family.
Other standout shows are available, such as grime legend Skepta and DJ Bicep, but these events are unfortunately sold out.
Tickets are available for Printworks here.
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