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New 1,600-capacity warehouse venue Archives is opening in Tottenham

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A brand new 1600-capacity venue, Archives, has opened in Tottenham Hale.

The venue has already hosted a selection of club nights, including an event featuring Plastician last month, though tonight (March 1) marks Archives’ full-scale launch with a SlapFunk Records takeover headlined by Carista and Samuel Deep.

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According to Resident Advisor, Archives’ will be available to hire for brand events, film shoots and private parties, alongside club nights.

Archives’ is situated on the ground floor of Tottenham’s High Cross Business Centre, a six-storey industrial warehouse turned social hub by developers Purpose Group.

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Accommodating both corporate and creative spaces, the huge building hosts, a climbing centre, music studios, event spaces and more.

Scheduled to run from 10:00PM on Friday (March 1) till 06:00AM on Saturday (March 2), SlapFunk Record’s takeover will also feature sets Laidlaw, Phone Traxxx (Live) and label resident DouDou MD.

The team behind the imprint commented on their long-awaited return to London, writing on SlapFunk’s website: “This special gathering will take place at the industrial, underground setting of Archive which we feel is perfect for the SlapFunk vibe.”

For tickets, visit SlapFunk Record’s official website, here.

Belle Richardson is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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