Stone Island Presents, a curatorial project which supports contemporary independent artistic production through playlists, record releases, environmental sound systems and live events, has shared details for its upcoming event in London.
Launched in 2015, the project is part of an ongoing collaboration between Stone Island Sound and C2C Festival. Taking over legendary locations such as Berlin’s Wilhelm Hallen, a former Winkelhof iron foundry that is now a vast post-industrial space for Berlin’s creative community, and the Muziekgebouw—Amsterdam’s leading concert hall for contemporary classical music—the collaborative event continuously shines a light on an eclectic mix of independent, Avant-Garde and new sounds, while bringing together the iconic badged uniforms worn by ravers, audiophiles, DJs, and anyone in between.
Taking place inside North London’s iconic Roundhouse, the latest instalment will feature six unique performances from 700 Bliss—aka DJ Haram and Moor Mother—and an exclusive audio-visual show from Hyperdub founder Kode9, with visuals from Orphan Drift and Light Farm. Other acts on the bill for the evening are Skee Mask along with Aphex Twin visual collaborator Weirdcore.
Sangre Nueva—the supergroup trio consisting of DJ Python, Kelman Duran and DJ Florentino—are also added to the line up, and will also be performing in the UK for the first time. Finally, experimental artist Rachika Nayar rounds out the programme, and duo Space Afrika complete the bill.
Stone Island Presents London will take place on October 13—tickets for the event are free via registration here.