THE AGENDA: Where to be this week in London, 9 – 15 May

The best electronic music and club nights

  • Ben Jolley, TicketSwap Contributor
  • Thu 27 Apr 2023
  • THE AGENDA: LONDON

THE AGENDA is TicketSwap’s new weekly event highlights series, where we’ll share the spiciest events taking place in London each week.

Roísín Murphy

Thu 11 May 2023, 18:45 • Royal Albert Hall, London

Credit: Nik Pate

Roísín Murphy, 11 May

Fresh from releasing her addictive new DJ Koze-collab CooCool, cult hero Roísín Murphy is sure to deliver an evening of effortlessly cool alt-pop delights when she steps on to the stage at the globally-renowned Royal Albert Hall. Prepare to sweat while dancing along to understated disco-infused bangers like the sensual Stimulation and Jealousy.


Brighter Days, 12 May


This Brighter Days takeover – which spans garage, hip-hop and grime – is unbelievably stacked. With founder IZCO at the helm, he’s inviting Capo Lee, Liam Bailey, Natanya Popoola, Osquello, P Wavey, Ramonie, Rebelclash and Reek0 to join him at Camden’s legendary Jazz Cafe. Catching this roll call of the best of London’s underground scenes is not to be missed.


Klub Kiwi And ec2a, 12 May


One for the nu-school UKG heads, Conducta brings his Klub Kiwi party to London’s most iconic nightclub for an unmissable FABRICLIVE get-together. Many of the label’s regulars – Notion, Sharda, Oppidan, Gemi and Prozak – will join the garage legend by providing the energy in Room 1. But that’s not all: Room 2 is an ec2a takeover, as founder Dr Dubplate welcomes top-tier selectors Nikki Nair, DJ Swagger, Fliss Mayo and Yemz.


Drum & Bass Classics - London All Dayer #4, 13 May


Old school ravers assemble, and get ready to step back in time to the golden era of drum‘n’bass –  “a time when”, as promoter Def:inition Events puts it, “classics were made and legends were born”. Continuing to celebrate the collective’s one-year anniversary, this all-day party will boast sets from scene-starting pioneers Ed Rush, Optical, Adam F, Mampi Swift and Ray Keith.


KOKO Electronic, 13 May

As part of its expertly-curated electronic event series, gospel techno titans Floorplan – AKA father-daughter duo Robert and Lyric Hood – will take the KOKO crowd on a rapturous journey when they land in Camden. Completing the line-up is Glaswegian duo Optimo (Espacio), who this year celebrate 25 years in the industry. Then there’s India Jordan, a DJ and producer who is known for their high-energy, fast-paced sets, as well as upcoming selector Ceri.


E1 presents: Indira Paganotto, Airod & Cera Khin

For those who like their club sets hard and fast, look no further than this divine onslaught of European heavy-hitters. Indira Paganotto, Airod, The Brvtalist and LO-LOW will undoubtedly shake the walls of E1’s Warehouse, while Cera Khin, Séxstasy and Lockhart push the sound-system inside Black Studio to its limit. 


20 Years Of Ricardo Villalobos Pt - II, 13 May

Following the success of a 24-hour party in February which celebrated two decades of Ricardo Villalobos playing at fabric, it’s time for round two. With the minimal techno king once again self-curating the DJ programme, 16 hours of uninterrupted music will feature sets from Zip (playing his first London set in six years), Margaret Dygas, Edward, Vera and Ata.


LoveJuice Garden Party, 14 May

Known for hosting some of the best all-day parties of recent years, Studio 338 in Greenwich welcomes house promoter LoveJuice for a garden shindig that’s spread across three stages. Dennis Quin, Robbie Doherty and Sammy Porter are just some of the DJs who are bound to ensure good vibes all round. 



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