£10 Early Bird, £12 Advance, £12 Students OTD, £14 OTD, £27 VIP Attic
22:00 until 06:00
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From their base in Utrecht, Holland, the Black Sun Empire trio have truly gone global, taking their own brand of high-octane, techno-infused drum & bass to audiences worldwide. Their own club night, Blackout, is causing a huge stir on the continent, and returns to Cable after their road block London Debut here back in January.
This time round Black Sun Empire once again lead proceedings alongside Valve Records legend Dillinja who, with over 500 releases to his name, is arguably one of the most prolific Drum & Bass artists ever. Original B-Boy Ed Rush will also have his spin on, bringing his new school take on beats and bass, as will Exit Records head honcho dBridge. Brazil's finest sub-sonic export BTK, who also bosses his own Drum & Bass imprint Dutty Audio, is also stepping up to the plates. Meanwhile, Kokeshi Records boss Alley Cat and German duo Neonlight will all have a go at the We Fear Silence faithful. Hosts on the night include SP:MC, Ryme Tyme and Lowqui who'll keep you firmly on your toes throughout the soirée.