Glitch Mob (live)
Shy FX & MC Wrec
Drumsound & Bassline Smith
visuals by Blend
Room 2: hosted by Idiosynphonic
Sabertooth Fang (aka Dubba Jonny – 90 min set)
Xkore (90 min set)
Spectrum London goes big into November with a bombastic and bassy lineup featuring Glitch Mob live, Shy FX and MC Wrec, Loadstar, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and many more.
With the October launch event another massive success, Spectrum is now considered one of the most influential club and bass brands in the capital – attracting some of the biggest names in electronic music, and some of the maddest party crowds. And momentum is already building for the Spectrum London November event.
On November 5th Spectrum presents a genre-melding, rip-roaring lineup – this is how Spectrum throws a party.
Glitch Mob are one of the leading lights in the global ‘glitch hop’ and electronica scene – and they’re making a rare appearance in Europe. The trio have become one of America’s best-loved live dance acts, having remixed Daft Punk, The White Stripes and Linkin Park, and their debut Spectrum performance is one of only three UK dates on their month-long 16-date European tour.
Shy FX is certified drum ’n’ bass royalty, and, after a career spanning two decades he is still considered one of dance music’s most exciting artists, with recent productions including ‘Raver’ featuring Done’o and Roses Gabor and Yasmin’s debut single ‘On My Own’. Drumsound & Bassline Smith continue to break ground after a long career, receiving major radio play and cross-genre support for recent singles. Their big-room drum ’n’ bass sound is perfect for Spectrum London. It’s BOOM!
On the nu-skool tip, Bristol’s Loadstar have taken their trademark drumstep sound to the masses this year. Huge remixes for the likes of Ed Sheeran, Jess Mills, Breakage and Wolfgang Gartner and have helped send the Ram Records act into the stratosphere.
And Spectrum founder Pete Jordan will be holding the whole lot together. Pete Jordan is a man of many talents – a highly respected DJ and producer, and he knows how to throw one hell of a party.
Spectrum second room on November 5th is hosted by the well-respected Idiosynphonic. Their huge bassbin-bashing lineup brings Document One, Statix (Hench), Sabertooth Fang (aka Dubba Jonny – playing his first ever show) and Xkore to take dubstep to the next level.
The Electric – Spectrum's London home – is a new 1700-capacity live and club venue in the heart of Brixton that’s taking club culture to the next level…
Saturday 5th November 2011
The Electric Brixton