DT East Village Residency continues.

Our friends over at Data Transmission are gearing up for another instalment of their East Village Residency on Saturday 3rd March, which promises a dazzling array of talent from across the musical spectrum.

Causing rumblings in the basement are emerging deep house luminaries WiLDKATS, a three headed American-Scottish disco-synth crew, fusing 80s funk, deep and dubby basslines and NYC disco undertones in their riveting sets. Fellow Hot Creations label-mate and Creche resident Alexis Raphael will be further demonstrating his talents, spinning a unique blend of house, disco and techno.

Supporting these two delvers are shadowy, elusive duo Waze & Odyssey, fusing the sounds of future garage with house sensibilities and slow mo jams, while New Talent favourite and burgeoning two-step distorters CSY & Stripes are also on the bill to show you why they’ve got everyone from A Trak to Tittsworth in a tizz over their stepping, immediate and swelling sound. Wondering what all the fuss is about? Well check out their latest mix here:


To headline upstairs DT have lined up ultra talented, multi-genre DJ and producer Phonat, one of Italy’s best kept musical secrets, set to blow up in the near future.  Data Transmission resident Lawrence Daffurn also features, to be followed by Paul Bradley of Bad Apple and Si Domone  who will be keeping the floor toasty and warm.

The venue, East Village in Shoreditch, is decked out with a custom built Funktion One Soundsystem and boasts consistently strong line-ups from the full spectrum of electronic and dance music. Earlybirdy tickets for the party are only £5, so act sharp and get ’em while they’re hot.



Alexis Raphael

Waze & Odyssey

CSY & Stripes

Charlie Tarr



Lawrence Daffurn

Paul Bradley (Bad Apple)

Si Domone