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The Hydra Announces Winter Season
Christian Eede , July 26th, 2016 12:06

London club promoters to host Ben UFO, Floating Points and more for all-night sets as well as a series of other special nights in London this autumn and winter

London's premier club promoters The Hydra have announced details of their winter season, this latest set of events marking their fifth season and taking in a series of special nights and all-night marathons from a number of DJs.

First up is the annual Blueprint techno marathon at the Studio Spaces E1 space on August 28 with sets that night coming from Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, James Ruskin, DVS1, Regis, Silent Servant and many more.

On October 22, once again at Studio Spaces E1, Theo Parrish will take clubbers through the night from start to finish with Ben UFO set to do the same in the same space on October 28.

One night later, The Hydra teams up with fellow promoters LWE for a Halloween special with an as-yet unnanounced line-up before all night sets from Bonobo (November 4) and Floating Points (November 12) at Studio Spaces E1.

A Dimensions-hosted party follows there on November 26 with Moodymann, Moritz von Oswald, Mike Dehnert, a special guest from FXHE and more to play. A week later on December 2 there is a party alongside Fabric at Studio Spaces E1 with an as-yet unannounced guest playing all night long and Levon Vincent's Novel Sound label hosts a night there on December 3.

The Hydra is also teaming up with the Numbers label on December 2 for a party at Bussey Building - the line-up for that will be announced in the coming weeks. The team will also be joining up with the Warehouse Project on December 16 to host Richie Hawtin, Ben Klock, Ben UFO, Andrew Weatherall, Daniel Avery, Objekt, Shanti Celeste and many more in Manchester.

You can find tickets for all the shows at Studio Spaces E1 here.

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