After the success of last year's party, we again relinquish control of the DC10 dancefloor to everyone's favourite Parisian vibe brothers, Apollonia, otherwise known as Shonky, Dyed Soundorom and Dan Ghenacia.
Still riding high off the success of their fabric 70 mix, they've also recently enjoyed another career milestone with the release of their debut production, the much-lauded 'Trinidad/Visa Americain'.
But it's their talents behind the turntables that really set them apart. Apollonia are famed for their incredible B2B2B sets which have graced the most cutting-edge clubs in the world, and on Saturday 24 August - a departure from their usual Monday slot at DC10 - they'll be bringing us a special eight hour extended performance that promises a true journey in itself.
The elite trio of underground selectors is known for their synergistic performances behind the decks, in which all three coalesce together to groove as one being.
"We don't play like a usual back to back - where you can recognize who is playing what - we have a unity, much like that of a band... There is a point when we have played together after three or four hours and we no longer feel the time... it's almost meditation."
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