Junction 2 Launch at Tobacco Dock – Room splits announced

Staying true to the values and ethos that have characterised Junction 2‘s success in recent years, the launch party will feature extended sets from some of the best names in the industry.

JUNCTION 2 FESTIVAL LAUNCH
Saturday 29th December 2018
Tobacco Dock, London
12:00pm – 10:30pm (Last entry 06:00pm)

Great Gallery
Dixon
Mind Against
Trikk

Car Park
Adam Beyer
Joel Mull

Gallery
Amelie Lens
Âme b2b Rødhåd
Fort Romeau

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Adam Beyer will take to the dark depths of the Car Park, for an exploration of techno. Fellow Swede Joel Mull will also be joining him on this mission, in one of London’s favourite concrete spots.

The Great Gallery sees an intrinsic mixture of diverse sounds, providing the perfect setting for Dixon‘s hedonistic approach, Mind Against‘s melodic twist on techno, and Trikk‘s tribal influences. Both Innervisions artists will make their first appearance at Tobacco Dock.

The Gallery will also witness an eclectic and diverse palette of sounds, as Fort Romeau‘s timeless selections and soulful productions collide with star-of-the-moment Amelie Lens. Âme and Rødhåd‘s B2B will be their first on UK soil, as two of Berlin’s finest join forces for a rare set.

DJ KOZE JOINS JUNCTION 2 FESTIVAL
Friday 7th / Saturday 8th June 2019
Boston Manor Park, London
12:00pm – 10:00pm (Last entry 06:00pm)

Artists announced so far…

Friday
Bicep
Daniel Avery
Daphni
DJ Koze
Motor City Drum Ensemble
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Saturday
Adam Beyer
Apollonia
Joseph Capriati
Maceo Plex
Richie Hawtin
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More TBA

DJ Koze

Unconventional and perhaps even a little eccentric, Stefan Kozalla occupies the leftfield sphere of house music. Adulated for his off-kilter, spontaneous DJ sets, we experienced his prowess first-hand at J2 in year two. 2018 might have been the biggest of his career to date, starting with the release of Knock, Knock.

In Pick Up, he is arguably responsible for creating the track of the summer – played everywhere, right across the spectrum, from underground clubs to festival stages to commercial radio. A certificate alfresco, feel-good anthem.

But it was no anomaly – Koze possesses the midas touch when it comes to producing hit records: XTC, Seeing Aliens, Operator. All eyes now fall on Koze to see if he can replicate this year’s success in 2019, and Boston Manor Park seems like the ideal locale for the free-spirited Pampa boss to take everyone willingly off-piste.

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Metodi Gogovski
Electronic Dance Music is an integral part of Meto's life. Though he enjoys a variety of EDM sub-genres he mainly listens to Progressive House and Trance. Other than being publisher for Rave Jungle, he also has a passion for Football and video games.

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