The cult club broadcasters promise 'techno titans and vanguardists' at secret location
Date published: 22nd Oct 2019
Live music broadcasters Boiler Room have revealed plans for a 'massive' Manchester show in a secret location this November.
Taking to social media, Boiler Room said, 'Manchester: we roll through for a massive, one-off function on November 16. With us, a slew of techno titans and vanguardists'.
Manchester: We roll through for a massive, one-off function on November 16. With us, a slew of techno titans and vanguardists. Hold tight for the location reveal, for now, sign up for access to limited £10 tickets: https://t.co/eMFDpXd1YQ. pic.twitter.com/2FZcBfPiLb
Launched in 2010 by CEO Blaise Beville (reportedly using a webcam duct taped to a boiler room wall), Boiler Room now reaches tens of million of people per month, with operations in over 100 cities across the globe, streaming live performances from house, techno and garage to jazz, hip hop and grime.
The brand has broadcast sets from many notable artists, from Jamie XX and Richie Hawtin to Skepta.In 2016, American hip hop duo Run The Jewels performed a special, 360 degree view show in London, as part of the Boiler Room x Converse Rubber collaboration (check out the online stream below).
Boiler Room have been careful not to reveal too many details about next month's Manchester show, but what we do know is that it's happening on November 16th and will feature German techno enthusiast Helena Hauff, revered English producer and Phantasy imprint native Daniel Avery, eclectic selector Means&3rd, and forward thinking Mancunian Aya (FKA LOFT).
Tickets go live on Thursday 24th October - watch this space for more details.
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