Raime to play five-hour DJ set in aid of Sisters Uncut

The duo will spin everything from post-punk, no wave and cold wave to techno, hip-hop and jungle.

Raime will play a five-hour DJ set in aid of Sisters Uncut this month.

The event takes place on Saturday August 20 from 6-11pm at south London’s co-operatively run social centre, DIY Space For London.

The London-based Blackest Ever Black signees, who dropped their second album Tooth in June, say they will cover “post-punk, no-wave, drone, avant, cold wave, electro, techno, hip-hop, garage, techno, house, hardcore, jungle and various gaps in between.”

All proceeds go to feminist anti-austerity group Sisters Uncut and the fight against UK government cuts to domestic violence services. Pick up tickets.

Now dust off Raime’s FACT mix from 2011.