Jesper Dahlback, Dale Castell, Luke Pompey, Mat Fear
Mightyfools, Liam Vizzle, Alcatraz Harry
Having supported the Swedish House Mafia the Brixton Academy last month, and with a trail of happy ravers all over the world from Scotland to Ibiza, Leeds to Manchester, Bitch are part of the clubbing fabric of this country now, and invite Jesper Dahlback to Mission in December.
Swede Jesper Dahlback emerged onto the scene around the same time as fellow techno purveyor Adam Beyer, and is a vital cog in the country’s current electronic scene. He produces the sort of percussive techno that fits right in with the labels he’s released on including Beyer’s Drumcode and Slam’s Soma.
As well as the headliner, more underground house, techno and electro beats are to be dropped by the always on-point residents as well as northern rising talent Luke Pompey who likes nothing better than to smash out the tech house to a packed floor of ravers. Likewise resident nd promoter Dale Castell... With his own style he blends all manner of house bombs from dirty to wobbly, electro to jackin. Either way the end result is always the same: the floor is ripped apart!
Might Fools also play tonight and are a duo that no one had heard of 12 months ago. They’ve gone from nothing to playing ADE in that short time and even their productions for the likes of Venga Digital are getting lapped up by everyone from Don Diablo to Crookers to Judge Jules. Said label is hosting the Annexe tonight – a decadent little space where some more intimate party vibes will be rolled out. The label offers a fresh perspective on house and is going strong after a year in the game.
Only recently launched at Mission, Bitch have already made it their home – the arched, brick lined walls of the tunnelled club make for a perfect backdrop to their underground shenanigans and tie together the multi-coloured, open minded Bitch followers perfectly.
Add into this party the generally high spirits everyone is in during December and you’ve a party not to be missed...