Mansion and Evening Standard's Halloween bash also features Gingy and Kevin McPhee.
Similar to the run of Foundry events earlier this year (and taking place at the same venue, 99 Sudbury), Terror Vision will be a two-room show with a focus on the audiovisual side of things. The Gallery will feature a headline set from UK garage legend DJ EZ along with local duo Èbony. The Glass Factory room is set for a deeper techno and house sound, with Jus-Ed atop the bill supported by MEMBERSONLY and a back-to-back set from Gingy & Kevin McPhee.
The room will be decked out in full Halloween decor, complete with "immersive visual installations"—the promoters promise "dark dreamscapes, soul-wrenching flashbacks [and] haunting dystopias."