Kerri Chandler announces new Reel To Reel & Hologram show

Kerri Chandler has announced a landmark show, ‘Spaces And Places’, at London’s The Roundhouse on Sunday 28 November 2021. Promoted by AEG/Goldenvoice, ‘Kerri Chandler’s Spaces And Places’ will run from 16:00 – 22:00, the centre piece will be the debut of Chandler’s Reel to Reel performance, previously captured by Resident Advisor. This groundbreaking new experience will also feature holograms and live projection mapping in the venue’s unique ‘round’ space.

The event will see the first use within electronic music of new projection technology in partnership with Panasonic. The holograms are the latest incarnation of Kerri’s work in this area, and will see him showcase the vocalists involved in some of house music’s best loved records. The result will be an immersive spectacle that echoes his love of space and the universe.

The venue ticket pre-sale for ‘Kerri Chandler: ‘’Spaces And Places’ opens at 10am on Wednesday 2 November, with remaining tickets on general sale from 10am on Friday 4 November. Tickets priced £27.50 and £32.50 are available from:

Without New Jersey native Kerri ‘Kaoz’ Chandler, house – specifically deep house – would sound very different. Ever since his teens he’s been making and playing music with a unique sense of soul, jazz and ‘deepness’. From majors like Atlantic, King Street Sounds and Nervous via his own Madhouse label, his releases are never short of genre-defining classics that have spawned a thousand copycats. Affectionately referred to as the ‘Stevie Wonder of house’, Kerri’s DJ sets are a prize draw for the world’s best clubs and festivals, and you’ll often find him playing live keys over his selections. He’s meticulous about sound, too, which means that no-one’s kicks hit quite like Kerri’s.

Love, respect, and admiration is well-known as Kerri’s sign-off on messages to his fans, and his most recent album was born of that spirit; his instantly classic DJ-Kicks mix took him out of the club and through a world of influences and inspirations. There’s everything from jazz to soul, downtempo house to hip hop, reggae to funk, and together they expose the very heart of Kerri’s musical world. It’s one that is warm and intimate, and filled with the same feelings and musicality that have kept him at house music’s vanguard for the past three decades.