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Christian Eede , January 26th, 2018 16:19

Ahead of the THEM Vs DSNT party at London's Corsica Studios this Saturday, those playing put together a playlist of personal favourites for you to enjoy

Tomorrow night (January 27) sees a monster line-up of some of techno's finest descend upon London's Corsica Studios with Clouds, Sunil Sharpe, Mumdance (playing a hardcore set), Bleaching Agent (playing a gabber set) and plenty more play across the venue's two rooms for THEM and DSNT.

Tickets are on final release and can be purchased here, where you can also find the full line-up and more information. Ahead of the night, we asked some of those playing to share some tracks with us that they were looking forward to working into their sets tomorrow night.

Sunil Sharpe

"Neil Landstrumm is the chief of rowdy techno when he's in the mood. A track like this in a dark and sweaty Corsica Studios is a perfect fit."


"One of my all time favourite hardcore tracks, was the first vinyl I ever brought and also the last track on my Fabriclive CD. To me it's the perfect last track, hits that amazing sweet spot between euphoria and melancholia."

Bleaching Agent

"Regarded by me and maybe one other guy as one of the finest pieces of electronic music of all time."


"Ravey anarchist jungle vibes, proper early morning stuff, Bizzy B always kills it."


"Excited to play this one I just dug out from my iTunes, it's a banger and I am 100% sure it will blow up everyone, especially in the mix and at a faster BPM. I like it because of how minimal it is and how big it sounds!"


"Breakbeat gem by J.Tijn from the end of 2016, taken from the Drag and Drop LP on his own imprint In An Instant. It’s one I keep coming back to and likely will for some time yet."


"Really lovely track."

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