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London Night Tropical Waste Returns
Christian Eede , August 5th, 2015 14:00

London night puts together one of its strongest line-ups yet following first birthday celebration in May

Following a first birthday celebration back in May, London club night Tropical Waste returns to Stoke Newington’s The Waiting Room next Friday yet again bringing a line-up representing some of the most exciting, dynamic talent club music has to offer.

The party, which takes place on August 14, will be headed up by Kablam who will be flying in from Berlin to represent the Janus crew following previous appearances at the night from Janus affiliates Lotic and M.E.S.H. Gathering pace following a number of frenetic online mixes, she returns to play London for the first time since her appearance at Evian Christ’s Trance Party back in March.

Dinamarca, who co-runs the Sweden-based Staycore label, is set to make his UK debut on the night while NTS DJ and recent tQ interviewee (you can read the interview here) Throwing Shade adds further strength to the line-up.

Kamixlo, a representative of the excellent London-based Endless crew, will also play ahead of a forthcoming EP set for release soon on Visionist and PAN head honcho Bill Kouligas’ new label, Codes, while Grovestreet and the Tropical Waste heads (Seb and Iydes) will play a b2b set on the night too. The ace poster for the night is above and you can get tickets, priced at £5, here. It all kicks off at 10pm on August 14.

Tropical Waste w/ Kablam & Kepla Live Set - 24th July 2015 by Nts Radio on Mixcloud

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