Antal, Ge-Ology, Tama Sumo, Matthew Herbert & Al Kent play Dance Tunnel in May


While there’s one political decision this month that many in the capital will be focussed on, Dance Tunnel are on hand to balance the scale with a few no-brainers.

US producer Ge-Ology, soon to release his first album through Theo Parrish’s Sound Signature, takes control this Friday with Thunder. Berlin’s bright talent Peggy Gou joins Swedish selector Henrik Bergqvist for a night of deep and driving house. Ninja Tune host longtime friends and collaborators Max Graef and Glenn Astro, who’s shared love and understanding for jazz, soul and hip-hop always make their sets an endless dicey bag of fun. This will be a special night to launch their debut album The Yard Work Simulator. Commune celebrate their third birthday with disco king Al Kent and a live set from the surreptitious duo Phrased.

We make a return to the basement for the second installment of the Infusions series, this time inviting Rush Hour records boss Antal for a Brazilian affair. Tama Sumo hosts another love-in with Lakuti helping on selection duties, right before the month is rounded up by a Dimensions Festival takeover with Matthew Herbert taking centre stage on the decks.

See below for a full run-down of guests and ticket information in May.

06 May Thunder with Ge-Ology
07 May Henrik Bergqvist & Peggy Gou
13 May Darkroom with A Made Up Sound
14 May Delta Funktionen & Willow
15 May Premise #03 Lamache, Pelle
19 May Ninja Tune presents: Max Graef & Glenn Astro ‘The Yard Work Simulator’ Album Launch
20 May Comm•une 3rd Birthday with Al Kent & Phrased (Live)
21 May Infusions with Antal
27 May Astral Industries with Deepchord
28 May Your Love
29 May Dimensions Festival presents Matthew Herbert

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