Phillip Lauer and Michelle Owen are also billed for the Leeds party's first event in the capital on December 14th.
Since their launch two years ago, Flux has quickly moved from promoting Wednesday night student parties to curating stages at festivals as far afield as Dimensions in Croatia. In that time, their residents, including 20:20 Visions' Jonny Cade and Voyeur from Kerri Chandler's Madtech label, have shared the stage with DJs like Ewan Pearson, Morgan Geist and Todd Terje, who made his Leeds debut at the party.
For their first party in London, Flux will take over The Sidings warehouse space, with the main arch featuring sets from Clone mainstay Gerd, Berlin-based Australian Michelle Owen and Phillip Lauer of Running Back and Live at Robert Johnson. The residents will helm a second arch. A video put together by the promoter gives some idea of what Flux has in store for the night.
Tickets for the party are available right here on RA.