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The brains behind this summer’s FOUND series have added another stellar party to their 2015 roster, announcing their Heritage Day and Night Party at St John Church in Hackney on 22nd August. 

The Heritage Day & Night Party will focus on UK garage, 2-step, 4x4 and bass, with five seminal DJs, including Oneman, Victor Simonelli, Foundation (Scott Garcia & Sticky) and Horsepower Productions (Benny Ill), all set to spin across the day.


It was a decade ago when Jackmaster founded Glasgow club night Numbers, forging a party ready collective of like-minded talent whose ranks helped launch the likes of Rustie and Hudson Mohawke into the wider world. Today, Numbers is still multiplying exponentially, with Jackmaster – who recently recorded a Radio 1 Essential Mix - refining the art of the purely focused DJ by bringing his superior live sets across the world - three times over - on what feels like a never-ending tour.



It's a sign of Benji B's restless nature and tireless schedule – encompassing his Wednesday night/Thursday morning Radio 1 show and non-stop club gigs - that we sometimes found it hard to pin him down when he was writing a colomun for DJ Mag.

One place you're always find him is at Deviation, his party which lands at London's XOYO this Friday (7th February), where Benji's showcases his diverse tastes, both through his own sets and his hand picked guests.


Field Maneuvers

Still showing no sign of consolidation, the UK festival circuit has yet another glint in its eye. Launching on Friday 30th August, Field Maneuvers is a three-day mini-fest featuring Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJing, check his spiffing Essential Mix below), Oneman, Mickey Pearce and Jane Fitz, with more TBA, based just outside of London for 500 people.

Carl Cox: The Revolution - 'The Party Unites'

The 'King Of Clubs' celebrated his 50th birthday last year, but thankfully he's in no mood to take it easy just yet. One of the island's most revered nights is cranked up another notch this summer, with even more heavyweight line-ups and surprises in store. As always with Cox's night, there'll be an influx of different genres on show too, with house and techno most prominent alongside a sporadic smattering of electro and drum & bass.

We are Rockstars

Wednesdays at Ibiza Rocks might be defined by the live acts, but Fridays are all about the more commercial side of the spectrum, with the likes of Elliot John 'Example' Gleave joining his regular sidekick DJ Wire, and dubstepper Katy B repping the Rinse FM crew. The always ecstatic punters at Ibiza Rocks are sure to go wild for this.

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