To finish off a year that has seen them become one of the underground powerhouses in the London club scene, Spectrum announces a high quality multi-genre line up that is bound to impress all who witness.
Delving deep into the sub-bass styles, Spectrum’s continue to blur the boundaries and set a standard for line-up programming that simply has no peers. This 31st December is no different to any other of the stunning events that have already graced the capital this year. Upon playing his first ever European set, Skrillex described the night as “life changing”, and the likes of Chase & Status, Nero, Pendulum, Ms Dynamite, Borgore, Stanton Warriors, The Japanese Popstars, Kissy Sell Out, Zane Lowe, DJ Zinc, Modestep, 16 Bit and many more would certainly attest to that fact.
For New Year’s Eve 2011, Joker returns to play at Spectrum. Bristol’s pioneering dubstep don, who’s recent debut album has been gaining a lot of interest headlines a diverse array of modern electronic music. Breakage’s year has been nothing short of spectacular, despite being around since the turn of the millennium it’s his top 40, A-list anthem Fighting Fire that really catapulting him into the limelight, 2012 is set to be even bigger.
Rinse FM star Roska makes his Spectrum debut alongside his partner in crime Jamie George who’ll be in microphone duties, whilst dubstep royalty Plastician also gives the bill that deeper dimension. For those who like things that little bit heavier two acts who are hotter than the sun right now take their place and guarantee that 2012 will start with some serious bass-bin action in Brixton. Sigma and Delta Heavy are two acts destined for even bigger things in the next 12 months after firmly establishing themselves as future stars of the bass music scene in 2011.
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