On the back of a genuinely groundbreaking 2017, which saw the venue in its fully functional debut year, Printworks is expanding its repertoire beyond cavernous techno and d&b. Friday March 23rd sees them open their brand new 3000-capacity live space, fronted by the psychedelic pop-rock mainstays Django Django.

This show effectively launches a shrewdly conscious step towards non-electronic programming; given the dexterity and flexibility of the location, property, and equipment available it'd be a bit limiting to stick to raves; as impressive and thrilling as we found them. This iteration of the event series will also feature a show from the multi-talented pianist Tokio Myers, and a year long residency from the NGO Youth Club Archive, whose project looks as fascinating as it is vital.

They are, of course, still engaging with electronic music, including more techno and disco nights, not to mention DJ Koze's launch party; but why limit yourself to London's rave scene when you can shake up the city's entire arts and culture dynamic? Southbank Centre? Tate Modern? Barbican? Watch your step lads.