Arthi announces her first-ever residency at London’s Phonox

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Arthi has announced her debut residency at South London’s Phonox, set to take place every Friday in April.

The multi-genre DJ will be delivering four events at the club, fusing the sounds of reggaeton, UKG, UK funky and Baile funk — with a line-up handpicked by Arthi each night, yet to be announced.

Party-goers can experience “never-heard-before edits from Arthi” at what has been called an event that is “more than a musical spectacle.”

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The DJ and professional dancer has said that she will be celebrating her “passion for music and dance” during the four-week residency — giving crowds “true immersion” into the sounds that have shaped her life.

Arthi shares: “I am thrilled to announce my very first club residency at Phonox in London this April. If you’ve seen me since my first Phonox show last year, you know I won’t stop raving about the sound system, the crowd, and the unmatched energy.

She adds: “It’s been months in the making to carefully curate four eclectic nights that showcase artists and sounds from around the world that deeply inspire me.

“These nights are a deeply personal immersion into the sounds that have raised me, and I can’t wait to share this experience with all of you. It’s going to be a riot!”

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The team behind Phonox have shared: “This is not just a series of parties; it’s a movement, an uprising orchestrated by dancers for dancers. It’s a jubilant convergence where music and dance collide, fueled by the unparalleled energy that only Arthi can unleash”.

Running each Saturday throughout April, you can sign up for priority access to tickets here.

Currently holding a residency at Phonox is previous Mixmag cover star Peach who is playing every Friday of February before handing over this Friday residency to Hunee through March.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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