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Different Circles Autumn Series Announced
Christian Eede , October 1st, 2015 13:00

Mumdance and Logos return to the back room of a Dalston pub to host another eight weeks of their Different Circles parties

Over the summer, Mumdance and Logos brought a forward-thinking line-up of various forms of electronic music to the back room of a pub in Dalston, taking in guests such as Powell, The Haxan Cloak, Lorenzo Senni, The Square and many more.

Now, they’re ready to do it all over again with the announcement of Different Circles’ autumn series. It will once again see them returning to The Victoria in Dalston, the same pub that hosted the summer series, and among the guests are Perc, Koreless, Russell Haswell, Roly Porter, Helm and many more. There will of course be appearances from Mumdance and Logos themselves also, including a live performance of their The Sprawl project alongside Shapednoise.

You can get your hands on a season pass for all eight events at the bargain price of £20 here. Different Circles’ autumn series runs every Sunday from October 11 - November 29 and you can find the full set of line-ups below.

Different Circles Autumn Series

Sunday October 11
Youngsta
Yearning Kru (Live)
Laksa
Temple

Sunday October 18
Koreless (Live)
Slackk with Jendor
Yamaneko
CJ Yaxley

Sunday October 25
Perc (Live)
Mr Mitch
Okzharp
E.M.M.A.

Sunday November 1
Roly Porter (Live)
Secret Guest
Parris
Logos (Live)

Sunday November 8
Batu
Jack Dice
Sculpture (Live A/V Show)
Rachel Rosen (DJ Set)

Sunday November 15
Russell Haswell (Live)
Helm
Not Waving
Jamie Diagonal

Sunday November 22
The Sprawl (Live)
Secret Guest (Hardcore Set)
The Automatics Group
Guildford

Sunday November 29
Secret Guest
Dave Gaskarth
Brood Ma (Live)
Mumdance b2b Logos

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