Printworks, one of Londons premier clubs, has announced its return to hosting events and details of the opening weekend of the venue and the return of nightlife is an exciting prospect after all this time.
The opening weekend is titled Redacted and runs from Friday 17th September to Sunday 19th September, featuring three special and carefully curated events to celebrate the return of Printworks and returning to the dancefloor.
Along with the events, Late Night Movement on the Friday and To The Floor on the Saturday, the Sunday event will definitely appeal to lovers of bass with Low End Theories, a celebration of drum & bass, where you can “Expect high energy MCs, reloads, dynamic B2Bs, d&b crews and non stop energy at 160bpm+”. Low End Theories sums up perfectly the ethos and energy that are synonymous with drum & bass in the live arena, truly its natural habitat and it will be a truly celebratory experience to have it all back once again. To keep the events special, there will be no lineups announced before the event and to out the focus firmly on the music, there will be no social media presence or camera phones on the dancefloor so it will truly be an in the moment with the music situation and rest assured, it will be a euphoric occasion.
As the organisers say “Redacted at Printworks London strips away complexities, inviting guests to momentarily place the outside world on pause and return once more to the dancefloor. A chance to connect with music” and after having been away for too long that is a truly tantalising prospect.
UKBM will be attendance and you know need to make sure that you are too as this is an event not to be missed as the vibes will be unreal.
Details of the night and ticket links can be found here.
I’m a music journalist based in the U.K. with a love for bass music in many forms from drum & bass and dubstep to hip hop and grime. Always looking to check out new music as well as digging back for the classics and attending as many events as possible.