The revered imprint and event series heads to London for a one off date.
After two impressive years in Ibiza building one of the most exclusive nights on the island, Guy Gerber’s infamous imprint and event series RUMORS has just unveiled the details for an exclusive London show on Saturday 30th January 2016. Great Suffolk Street Warehouse will host the label boss alongside Lee Burridge, D’Julz, Bill Patrick, Bedouin and Bas Ibellini.
Early bird tickets have already SOLD OUT, with the second (and final) release tickets on sale now. For tickets and further information, see here.
Date: Saturday 30th January 2016
Time: 22:00 – 06:00
Venue: Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, Southwark, SW1 0NS
Price: Earlybird – £15 SOLD OUT, 2nd Release – £20, final release £25, VIP – £40
Guy Gerber launched his label RUMORS last year with the debut release ‘No Distance’ EP – a collaboration between Guy Gerber and high profile production powerhouse Dixon. In August they went on to one of the most talked-about collaborations of the year, Gerber and Puff Daddy’s album 11 11. The schedule has only gathered pace throughout 2015 with a number of notable releases, including Seth Troxler’s ‘Evangelion’ EP and Guy’s collaboration with Miss Kitten ‘Rumors on the Dancefloor’.
With a growing catalogue of high-calibre productions, it’s no surprise that RUMORS has established itself as a breeding ground for truly innovative techno. However, RUMORS is more than a well-curated imprint – Gerber also launched the accompanying event series in the summer of 2014.
Following on from the success of his previous Wisdom of the Glove residency at Pacha, Guy decided to launch a new residency with a difference. The RUMORS Ibiza party was a free event with a relaxed atmosphere, thanks to it’s setting in the Playa d’En Bossa beach hotspot Beachouse, and one of the only events not to announce the lineup in advance. The events saw huge artists like Sasha, Miss Kittin, Kenny Glasgow and Matthew Dear sharing the decks alongside Gerber, as well as many of the label’s upcoming artists, and with shows now locked in across the globe next year, RUMORS is set to make an even bigger impact in 2016.