The CAMP Launch Week

Having first opened its doors last summer, The City Arts & Music Project (The CAMP) has been compiling showcases of London’s music and creative spheres. Besides holding the Rebel Dining Society’s art and culinary club nights, they’ve played host to the likes of Toby Tobias, Trevor Jackson, Spatial, Laurel Collective, Bullion and was even a venue for the Red Bull Music Academy series.

Having featured packed out events showcasing artists like Skream, 1Xtra’s Benji B, Maurice Fulton and Morgan Geist– now, 8 months on, Old Street’s The CAMP prepares to enter the second phase of its two-year plan, which will see the official opening of The Basement.

The space has already been given a test drive by the likes of SĂĽd Electronic, Need2Soul, Deviation and secretsundaze with its raw, stripped back interior. Over the next couple of months Ă‚me & Dixon, The Juan Maclean and Friendly Fires DJs will spin tunes at The Basement.

The City Arts & Music Project Launch Week will deliver the first of their free and weekly Friday band nights – Shapes / Colourr where teenagersintokyo will host an exclusive album launch party, before the likes of Matthew Burgess and Tama Sumo take to the stage on Saturday the 10th April.

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