Bugged Out presents Border Community Warehouse Party

James Holden’s Border Community return to London on Saturday October 1st to host a bespoke warehouse party in Shoreditch. Anyone who went to the now legendary Border Community nights at Corsica Studios will know that when the label sets its mind on throwing a party, you best be preppared to be a shadow of your formerself the next day. The hallowed label inspires loyality from fans the likes you have never seen, and with a hand selected group of artists and focus on suberb sound quality, you can be assured that this is techno like you are mean to hear it.

Holden has been producing his own take on electronic music since the age of 19. His 2006 album debut The Idiots Are Winning still begs a follow up but in the meantime Holden has released last year’s DJ Kicks mix tape to satiate fans and of course keeps the good music coming from his Border Community signings. Two of his latest who join him in the warehouse are Norfolk’s Luke Abbott, who released the deliciously wonky long player Holkham Drones this year, and Berlin’s Kate Wax who has just joined the label and releases an album with them later this year. BleeD resident and programmer Casper C joins in the action.

£10 Tickets are available here 

Saturday 1st Oct.
Factory 7, 13 Hearn St, London, EC2A 3NN