Undivide launches new bass-driven occasion sequence in London

Undivide is the model new occasion sequence bringing a slew of fastidiously curated bass-driven events and showcases to a few of London's most beloved venues.

The idea first emerged out of London’s Printworks on New Year’s Day 2018, and was curated by a trio of trusted UK music and occasion promoters.

The crew behind Undivide purpose to showcase, “the supreme of UK and international underground music tradition”, in keeping with a press launch. Adding that they hope to, “present a platform for a plethora of artists to ship an assorted portrayal of bass-driven music encompassed inside dance music.”

With 4 exhibits lined up for the remainder of the yr, Undivide’s first occasion shall be hosted alongside 20/20 LDN, who're bringing their namesake social gathering again to South London's Corsica Studios for an autumn version on October 20. Hosted by the label’s founders Ivy Lab, the night time is about to merge futuristic hip hop with weighty dubstep and different low-end heavy sounds. Other names on the invoice embody Joker, Rocks FOE and Nervous Horizons crew members TSVI and Wallwork.

On October 26 S.P.Y will deliver his Dubplate Style to Studio 338 for a Halloween particular, which may also play host to the likes of High Contrast, Nu:Tone, Shadow Child and The Blast.

Undivide can also be linking up with Jungle Jam and Hospital Records to host an evening at E1 on November 2. The likes of Congo Natty, Dillinja and Benny Page shall be taking the reins in Room One for Jungle Jam's takeover whereas over in E1's Black Studio (pictured) Danny Byrd is about to have a good time the launch of his new Hospital Records launch 'Atomic Funk'.

The last occasion this quarter shall be hosted alongside Critical Sound at E1 on December eight.

For extra details about Undivide and any of the forthcoming occasions head over to Undivide’s Facebook. Grab tickets to any of the events right here.

Jasmine Kent-Smith is Mixmag's Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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