The garage heavyweights will be joined by Scuba, Zinc and SBTRKT for the London club night's 2nd birthday.
As the club's regular in-house night, Trouble Vision is known for a broad music policy that spans underground techno, disco, dubstep and house, and has featured the likes of Noze, Herve, Zomby, and Hannah Holland as guests. Trouble Vision will mark its 2nd anniversary in October with a lineup that doffs its cap to the both the originators and currents stars of UK garage and dubstep. Former junglist and early breakstep pioneer DJ Zinc will top the bill in Room 1 with his "crack house" style that fuses sub-bass wobbles with steady 4/4 beats. He will be accompanied by garage legends MJ Cole and Zed Bias performing a back-to-back "History Of Garage" set, which will likely include their own respective hits "Sincere" and "Neighbourhood," plus plenty of classics from the early '00s.
Room 2 will feature Hot Flush head Scuba striking a balance between dubstep and dub-influenced techno, plus mysterious UK bass purveyor SBTRKT. A full roster of support DJs will be on hand for the event, including Hot Flush affiliate Sigha and broken beat producer Altered Natives, plus residents manning the the silent disco, a regular fixture of Trouble Vision.
Pre-sale tickets for Trouble Vision: 2nd Birthday are available here on RA.