Art & Culture

Spectrum: Summer Warehouse Party
Saturday July 2nd 2011 : 10pm to 6am
Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, London SE1 0NR


Spectrum returns to Great Suffolk Street (aka Ewer Street) Warehouse, London with Massive Summer Warehouse Party Line Up

The multi-genre party animal Spectrum returns to the scene of its amazing sell-out 10th Birthday show on Saturday July 2nd with yet another monsterous line up. The renamed, Great Suffolk Street Warehouse is one of UKs most spectacular warehouse venues, and once again will get the Spectrum treatment with guests covering many facets of modern underground music. After two previous sell-out events at Great Suffolk Street and most recently, Proud2 (formerly Matter), Spectrum has taken the capital by storm and it looks like things are to continue at pace.

The two headline acts will be formerly announced at a later date, however it is safe to say sitting on top of the line up for this event are two stadium acts of festival headlining calibre and both with recent chart successes! The early bird price of 15 will be held until the main headliners are announced!

Fronting up the rest of the line up

KISSY SELL OUT is one of the nations most popular DJ personalities, his fast paced weekly Thursday show on BBC Radio 1 has created a massive following for the rock and rave man. His second artist album True Romance is due for release in June and is already gaining strong support. DJ ZINC is one of the UKs most accomplished DJ/producers. Starting out in the Drum and Bass/Jungle scene in the early nineties his ability to push genre boundary was apparent. Super Sharp Shooter, 138 Trek and white label of Fugees Ready or Not are three era-defining tunes. Turning his back on drum and bass for good in 2007, recently productions featuring the likes of Ms Dynamite and Katy B have contributed to a new phase his career, creating a fresh urban influenced dance sound he has self-titled Crack House. SINDEN is a man with many strings to his bow. Alongside being a top class club DJ, his production collaborations with the likes of Switch, Herve (as The Count and Sinden) and SBTRKT on his own Grizzly label continue to push him to the forefront of eclectic upfront dance music. His weekly Kiss FM radio show, and tireless worldwide touring schedule keep him at the cutting edge of electronic music.


Next up we have four Spectrum debutants, all of which we are mega-excited about! REDLIGHT is hot as hell at the moment. What You Talking About? with Ms. Dynamite is one 2010s best known and instantly recognisable tunes, and with a slew of well supported releases and remixes under his belt, the artist formerly known as Clipz, is smashing up the world of ghetto house! For the bass addicts amongst us, RESO and Borgores right hand man and fellow Israeli TOMBA makes a rare appearance in the UK and promise to push the sound system to its low end limits, and HOT CITY certainly wont out-bassed by anybody.

As ever PETE JORDAN, choreographs the myriad of styles on display. Recent releases on labels such as Top Billin and Gung-Ho!, plus remixes for Zeds Dead have seen Petes popularity spike. His versatile style has found him supporting the likes of Deadmau5, Magnetic Man, Katy B, 2ManyDJs and Skrillex, Example and Professor Green in the last 6 months and of course the dozens of major artists who have adorned the decks at one of his Spectrum events. With Spectrum in ascendancy, as well as regularly DJ slots across the globe and a bright production career, 2011 is going to be a year to remember for Pete. To finish off the line up we ask regulars TIM HEALEY and DAN NEON back, plus the awesome visual show from BLEND!

Two massive headliners (to be announced soon)


Kissy Sell Out

DJ Zinc




Hot City


Pete Jordan

Tim Healey

Dan Neon


Visuals by Blend



Last Remaining tickets priced at 12.50 www.theransomnote.co.uk/tickets

15 / 20 after / MOTD

Check the videos from last two London shows:
Spectrums 10th Birthday at Ewer Street

and at the March show at Proud2 (Matter)

Super early bird tickets available at just 12.50 from: