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Arguably London's premier Techno night returned to Cable on Friday 5th April, as Blueprint took over for a huge 12 hour marathon. This time round, the lucky Cable crowd witnessed true heavyweights in the scene, with Berghain legend and Klockwork records boss, Ben Klock, taking to the stage. He was joined by the face of UK techno right now, Blawan, with US master DVS1 and Blueprint head honcho, James Ruskin, all in attendance and performing very special extended 3 hour sets each. Massive shout to everyone who came down and made it truly one of the best nights we've ever had! Especially those who packed the dancefloor until 11am!
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The growth of Virus records has been nothing short of spectacular since it's inception in 1998 to now being one of the most revered and respected dance labels the UK has produced. With it's roots firmly bedded in Drum and Bass, the label has championed many sub-genre's within the scene, including British techstep and neurofunk. Label bosses Ed Rush and Optical are considered legends in their own right and pushed through many of the scenes biggest names, including Fierce, Matrix, Cause 4 Concern and the mighty Bad Company.

And last Friday Cable witnessed history as Virus came down to celebrate 15 years in the game. The whole venue was rammed out with fans of Virus both past and present, to watch some of the biggest names in drum and bass take to the decks across all 3 rooms. Some of the old guard put on a show as Virus veterans Matrix and Bailey stepped up, alongside head honchos Ed Rush & Optical, who once more went back-to-back to a packed main room. Joining the celebrations were Blackout's very own Black Sun Empire, with the ever popular Audio and The Upbeats smashing up the dance.

Check out the exclusive photos here. Thank you to everyone who came down and made it a wicked night!

Photos - Charles Turner

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Elijah & Skilliam and the rest of the Butterz crew took over Cable once again on Saturday 23rd February, this time celebrating 3 years in the game. Butterz have been at the forefront of pushing a new wave of Grime producers emerging from the scene, including their own members Royal-T, Champion and Swindle. The ethos of their night is "anything goes", where Butterz stalwarts such as Terror Danjah often showcases a wide variety of genres within his sets including Reggae, Bashment, Funky, Drum and Bass and Jungle, as well as Grime. Every event is like our own mini carnival, complete with lighters, whistles and horns!

As it was their third Birthday, the lineup was ridiculous as expected, with Joker and Swindle going back-to-back, and Lil Silva smashing up the dance alongside Royal-T, Champion, Terror Danjah and more. There were some very special guests down to join in the festivities, as Boy Better Know generals Skepta and JME took control of the mic alongside Bruza and D.O.K. Check out the exclusive photos here.

Photos - James Gould
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One of the world's best and most anticipated festival's officially launched on Friday 25th January, as Outlook took over Cable. As you might expect the Outlook crew put together a massive lineup in order to wet your appetite for the summer ahead. Headlining were one of the most talked about duo's of the moment, Calyx & Teebee. Off the back of their recent Essential mix, they are definitely in the ascendancy and 2013 is set to be another big year. Alongside them was a true veteran of UK underground music and the Godfather of Garage, EZ. Channel One Soundsystem brought a carnival to Relay, and Pinch, Phaeleh, Lenzman and Alix Perez all graced the decks as well. Outlook definitely launched the festival in style...roll on August. Check out all the action from the night here.

Pictures by Charles Turner Photography
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Cable were very honored to host one of the most prestigious awards ceremonies within music a few weeks back, with DJ Mag coming down to throw their Best of British party for 2012. The lineup on the night consisted of some of 2012's biggest and most respected names including Dirtybird label mates Shadow Child and Eats Everything, Hot Creations' Richy Ahmed, as well as the extremely talented Maya Jane Coles and Darius Syrossian.

Some of the standout winners on the night were:

Best Festival: Bestival
Best Single: Julio Bashmore - Au Seve
Best Remix: Jessie Ware - Running (Disclosure Remix)
Best Album: TEED - Trouble
Best Label: Hypercolour
Best Live Act: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Breakthrough DJs: Bicep
Breakthrough Producers: Disclosure
Best Producers: Groove Armada
Best DJ: Eats Everything

Check out the exclusive photos of all the action here.

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