Dalston's Dance Tunnel unveils May line-ups with Maxmillion Dunbar, Neil Landstrumm, Efdemin and more

Dalston venue puts on an eclectic spread.

It may be one of the youngest venues in town but Dance Tunnel has already found a place in the hearts of the city’s more discerning night owls, with the likes of Chez Damier, Leon Vynehall, Call Super and Objekt all testing out the room’s Funktion One system in recent weeks.

Dance Tunnel’s May programme caters for the month’s double-whammy of bank holidays with a four-day run at the beginning of the month as regular night FWD>> brings Mosca and Mumdance on May 1, followed by Neil Landstrumm on May 2, Tim Sweeney and Arnaldo on May 3 and Way Back Here with Maxmillion Dunbar (pictured) and Jon Rust on May 4.

Efdemin and John Roberts drop in for Wax’d x Dance Tunnel on May 9, while highlights from later in the month include The Mole on May 17 and Benji B, Funkineven and Will Bankhead at FWD>> on May 22.

The second May bank holiday weekend kicks off with Mix Mup headlining Electric Minds on May 23, followed by a Work Them Records showcase with Spencer Parker and Young Male on May 24 and a visit from Corsica Studio regulars Tief on May 25.

Pick up tickets to all of the Dance Tunnel events via RA.

May clubnights:

May 01 FWD>> with Mosca & Wbeeza
May 02 Neighbourhood #14 with Neil Landstrumm, Sigha, Blue Hour
May 03 Tim Sweeney & Arnaldo
May 04 Way Back Here with Maxmillion Dunbar, Jon Rust
May 08 FWD>> with Mumdance, Djrum, Drumtalk, & Medlar
May 09 Wax’d x Dance Tunnel with Efdemin and John Roberts
May 15 Commune 1st Birthday
May 16 Thunder with Keith Worthy
May 17 Zleep LDN ~ The Mole, Chamboché, Micawber & Nick Cobby
May 22 FWD>> with Benji B, Funkineven, & Will Bankhead
May 23 Electric Minds with Mix Mup & Dolan Bergin
May 24 Work Them Records Showcase with Spencer Parker, Young Male (live) and Mayashiba
May 25 Tief presents Young Marco & More
May 30 Wolf present I Wanna See All My Friends At Once 02 with Frits Wentink, KRL (Live) & Wolf Music
May 31 Dream States with Oskar Offerman



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