DILATION AUTUMN SESSIONS #1 - LONDON

Dilation Autumn Sessions #1 - London
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DILATION AUTUMN SESSIONS #1 - LONDON



Written by Don't Panic
11 Wednesday 11th September 2013

Dilation is super excited about this Friday event, headlining is Norwood Soul who is being welcomed back as one of their favourite guests from the last year. The Norwood Soul Patrol crew will be back in the booth, creating a journey through time and genre, taking you from one atmosphere to another along the way. Their Rinse FM show has become a listener favourite and if you haven’t clocked on already, make sure to tune in and prepare for 120 minutes of party. 

Supporting will be RIP Productions. Under this name and their many pseudonyms (Double 99, 10 Below), RIP Productions have released some of the biggest garage tunes to date. Hits such as ‘Obsessed’ and ‘Rip Groove’ still get spun regularly in clubs across the world to massive effect. As if this wasn’t impressive enough they head up the pioneering Ice Cream Records label, who are responsible for releasing tunes such as Kele Le Roc’s ‘My Love’ and Scott Garcia’s ‘It’s a London Thing’.

Livin’ Proof resident KHALIL will also be joining the already strong line up to keep you on your toes with his diverse selection and impressive mixing ability. If you caught him at Dilation Easter Sunday event you’ll know this guy works like a machine. 

As always, Dilation residents SMOKEY, RILEY & RIVERMAN will be filling the gaps and warming you up.

Housed inside two railway arches, Crucifix Lane is an incredible space and well worth a visit. 

Line up:

NORWOOD SOUL PATROL (RINSE FM)
RIP PRODUCTIONS (ICE CREAM RECORDS)
KHALIL (LIVIN' PROOF) 
SMOKEY
RILEY
RIVERMAN

First Release - SOLD OUT
Second Release - SOLD OUT
Final Release - £7

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