Dialled In shares line-up for flagship London day party


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South Asian-focused promoter and collective Dialled In have shared details for their flagship London day party, set to take over The Cause on September 7.

Dialled In have confirmed a whole host of South Asian DJs on the line-up, including NAINA, MadStarBase, Heems, Haseeb Iqbal and more.

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Supported by Arts Council funding, Dialled In is set to continue its mission of creating creative pathways for the South Asian diaspora, showcasing a host of up-and coming artists from under-represented backgrounds spanning pop, indie and world music alongside a “melting-pot of electronic sounds and diasporic club music.”

The party is also set to welcome a host of DJs from further afield, featuring “various members of global South Asian collectives together under one roof,” a statement from Dialled In confirms.

These include M2Ray from US crew No Nazar, four members of India’s Boxout FM, Sydney’s Deepa from Australian collective Kerfew, Sidd from Pakistan’s Karachi community radio, and a live performance from San Fransisco’s hit Indian duo Baalti.

This isn’t the only live performance, with R&B and pop sensation Priya Ragu set to perform —fresh from her recent hit ‘Taka’ with Skrillex and Ahadadream. She will be joined by Paul Purgas, Das Racist member Heems, and Swet Shop Boys.

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The event is set to take place at East London’s 3000-capacity venue The Cause, and is once again in collaboration with restaurant chain Dishoom, continuing the long standing partnership between the two organisations.

The line-up announcement follows the recent news of Glastonbury’s first-ever dedicated South Asian stage called Arrivals at Shangri-La this year, which is set to be run by Dialled In, Going South and Daytimers.

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Written by: Tim Hopkins

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