Adam Beyer’s Drumcode celebrates its 15th birthday this Saturday. The Swedish techno label has released material by some of the industry’s biggest names over the years, including Thomas Krome, Christian Smith, Cari Lekebusch and Marco Carola.

They’re pulling out all the stops for this special anniversary – not only has Adam Beyer hand-picked a selection of his favourite artists from the label to play (and invited Drumcode’s sister label Truesoul to host Arch 2), his spectacular visual show Maze will also be filling the arches of the Great Suffolk Street warehouse. The visuals, which premiered at the Glade festival this summer, comprise a series of regressing frames that wrap around the room, but best if you check out the video here.

Arch 1: Drumcode 15 Years

Adam Beyer / Paul Ritch (Live) / Joseph Capriati / Alan Fitzpatrick / Patrick Siech

With support from Gareth Wyld

Arch 2: Truesoul

Ida Engberg / Joel Mull / Alexi Delano

With support from Mark D’Ground / Gavin Rayner

Saturday October 29th at Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, 17 Great Suffolk Street SE1 0NS. 10pm to 6am.

Tickets are £17.50 from here.

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