As if the day wasn’t enough, after watching MK close off the festival in style this year we’ll be inviting a hand picked selection of some of our favourite artists from the lineup to join us at the legendary Fabric where we won’t stop till 6am.
Fresh from his B2B on the EE main stage with Darius Syrossian and headlining the bill is Steve Lawler. Known for his releases with some of the most iconic labels in the game such as R&S Records, Drumcode, Cocoon, Hot Creations, Knee Deep and many more, not to mention of course his own label VIVa MUSiC Starting his career in the early 90’s running the infamous motorway raves underneath the M42 he’s watched the evolution of the rave scene from the very beginning and his DJ sets reflect that, a journey through 30 years of rave. Having held down nine-year residency at Space, Ibiza and nicknamed as ‘Kind of Space’ as well as running his legendary ‘Warriors’ parties on the island Steve Lawler is regarded as no less than an Ibiza legend and we can’t wait for him to bring the Ibiza to London for two huge sets.
Also in room one, we have Elvin Zedo, the house & techno alias of a UKG Legend joined by the Hot Creations/Paradise resident and star of our
‘FamilEE Misfortunes’ game show, wAFF. Known for keeping his sound tough yet emotive, wAFF captivates the dance floor creating a deep narrative with each track, the perfect soundtrack for the early hours of the Eastern Electrics afters.
Heading up Room 2 is one half of the iconic Orbital, none other than Phil Hartnoll, aside from his career in Orbital, Phil has also built a career as a DJ within his own right for over twenty years now through his passion and attitude. His sets are streamlined whilst unpredictable and eclectic, mixing it up and drawing for both old and new records but always keeping the same message – “it’s party time, can you feel it?”
As if Phil Hartnoll wasn’t enough, also venturing to Fabric for a Room 2 set is Roman Flügel. The German producer has been a stalwart of Frankfurt’s house and techno scene since the late 90s, releasing an acclaimed body of work across labels like Playhouse, Klang Elektronik, and Dial. Over the course of his career his sound has taken in house, minimal, techno, electro, leftfield and a lot more in between, and behind the decks he plays with a similarly embracing flair. Supporting our Room 2 headliners is Wax On Mare St., a trio of local Londoners who have been a firm EE favourite for a while now, since the first time they played for us back in 2017 they’ve gone on from strength to strength building a firm reputation in London and beyond.