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Clock Strikes 13 2016 Events Announced
Christian Eede , August 31st, 2016 11:31

Promoters will team up with Demdike Stare, Kode9, Planet Mu and many more across the autumn for series of London parties

The team behind last year's London-based series of Clock Strikes 13 parties have announced their programme for 2016 which will see them teaming up with a number of excellent promoters and labels across the autumn.

Kicking off on October 7 at Village Underground, Demdike Stare will host a label night with special guests Stephen O'Malley, Micachu, Equiknoxx and Jon K all joining them. Tessela and Truss' new Overmono project gets its first full live outing in London at LN CC where they will also be joined by a number of special guest DJs on October 14.

Planet Mu will take over Corsica Studios a week later on October 21 represented by Kuedo, Ital Tek, Sami Baha, JG Biberkopf and special guests DJ Spinn b2b Traxman. The teams behind Night Slugs and Fade To Mind will team up for a night of back-to-back sets at Village Underground on October 29, taking in Bok Bok, Total Freedom, Jam City and more, while Boxed and Local Action will do the same on November 4 at Peckham's Bussey Building featuring the likes of Mumdance, UNIIQU3, Slackk, Logos and many more.

Dopplereffekt and Andy Stott headline Leisure System's night at Village Underground on November 5, while R&S will join up with Batu's forward-thinking Timedance label at Corsica Studios on November 12 - the line-up for that is yet to be announced.

In the final weeks of the series, Kode9 will team up with visual artist Lawrence Lek to present his 'The NØTEL' show at the ICA on November 18, while one of London's best nights, Tropical Waste, joins with Swedish label and collective Staycore, who bring their core members to London for the night at Bar A Bar on November 19.

Finally, tQ is very happy to present live performances from Ash Koosha, Sophia Loizou and more at Stour Space on November 25. You can check the full line-ups and get tickets by clicking here.

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