XOYO Loves: Julio Bashmore + DJ Boring @ XOYO, London [18 November]

XOYO Loves: Julio Bashmore + DJ Boring


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18
November
21:30 - 04:00

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XOYO
32-37 Cowper Street, EC2A4AP London, United Kingdom
XOYO Loves
The music we love, every Saturday

Julio Bashmore
DJ BORING
Room 2: Joshua James

As a DJ and producer Julio Bashmore needs no introduction. Responsible for a slew of seminal dance-floor hits including 'Battle for Middle You' and 'Au Seve' as well as acclaimed 2015 album 'Knockin' Boots'. He returns to the XOYO basement for an intimate extended set.

He is joined by lo-fi house producer DJ Boring, emerging from the underground in 2016 and proceeding to become one of the defining sounds of that year, this immensely talented DJ has developed more than just a niche following, showing no sign of letting up with his output.

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