Initially set up as a label by the highly influential RinseFM DJ and producer Mark Radford, Audio Rehab quickly gained a loyal following in London and throughout the UK. A hugely successful run of releases from cutting-edge artists inevitably led to a demand for parties, with Audio Rehab finding a home at Ministry of Sound.

This September, Audio Rehab hits the UK’s capital for what promises to be yet another incredible party, with sets from leading lights and future stars of the underground house scene.

Headlining the Box is Low Steppa, who continues to lead the bass house charge both with his own productions and via his label, Simma Black: without one of the most consistently impressive labels of the last few years, while recent outings on Armada and This Ain’t Bristol as well as his own imprint continue to set the standard.

Joining him is German Brigante, an artist whose passion and dedication to producing infectious dancefloor grooves is unsurpassed. Resident Advisor’s most-charted artist in 2013, Brigante has released on some of industries most renowned labels, including Get Physical, Dirtybird, Monaberry, Saved and many more. Completing the line-up in the Box are label Audio Rehab boss Mark Radford, Mexico’s Thee Cool Cats, and Marsellus Wallace.

Out in the 103 the vein of talent runs just as deep. Bringing their unique blend of fat beats, growling basslines and shamanic grooves direct from New York City, Eskuche & NU Sky top the bill, with heavyweight support coming from some of the UK’s finest artists, including Carnao Beats, Apollo 84, Soul Divide and Joziff Jordan.

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