#saveourculture 2 lands at Great Suffolk Street with an appearance from one of the world’s most in-demand DJs, Nina Kraviz for the launch of her fabric 91 album. Nina’s expansive record collection can see her sets go in many directions, but it’s her penchant for abrasive, acid-tinged techno that has made her such an icon at clubs and festivals around the globe. Revered selector Craig Richards joins her alongside Soma Recordings bosses Slam and one of Kraviz' names from her own imprint, trip.
Arch 2 follows in unrelenting fashion as undisputed master of the dark Alan Fitzpatrick heads the proceedings. Part of Fitzpatrick’s appeal lies in his no-nonsense approach: he plays the same kind of hard-hitting 4/4 you can hear him putting out via Drumcode, all stitched together with clinical precision. He is joined by Berlin duo Barker and Baumecker bringing their hypnotic live set, as well as esteemed fabric selector and tech-house pioneer, Terry Francis. Fossil Recordings' head Roberto rounds out the bill.
All profits for the night will be donated to fabric’s #saveourculture campaign.
TICKET INFORMATION: We’ve just sold out of advance tickets for #saveourculture 2 with Nina Kraviz and Alan Fitzpatrick this Saturday. This is a 100% presale event so there will be no tickets available on the door.
Please also remember that you need to arrive by 2am to gain entry. Due to licencing conditions we are unable to admit anyone who arrives after this time.
Touts use social media sites to sell fake tickets., if you would like to buy or sell a ticket the only safe way to do so is by using RA’s resale scheme. Please be wary of this.
If you missed out, there are still tickets left to #saveourculture 3 the following Saturday which you can grab here: bit.ly/saveourculture3