Jamie XX announces 10-night residency in London’s Venue MOT

Jamie XX announces 10-night residency in London’s Venue MOT

Jamie XX has announced a residency at London’s Venue MOT, running for ten consecutive nights from 16th to 25th May. 

According to the release, Jamie is collaborating with Venue MOT to create a bespoke space within the club. Each night will be 300 capacity and feature a different lineup of collaborators, friends, and Venue MOT regulars that won’t be revealed until the night of the event. 

Speaking on the announcement, Jamie said: “For years I’ve been dreaming of opening my own club in London, a place that represents my experiences in the best of London’s underground club scene; the intimacy, the community, the curation, the sound… This month, I get to make that dream a reality.

“It’s called The Floor and will be at Venue MOT, London. I’ve teamed up with them to create a totally new space and I’ve invited loads of friends and collaborators to join me on the line up every night. See you on the floor.”

The new residency follows a spree of tracks dropped by Jamie XX over the past few years, with the artist currently in the final stages of his second album. His most recent release ‘Baddy on the Dance Floor’, a collaborative track with Honey Dijon, landed earlier this month. His track ‘idontknow’ was released back in 2020, followed by 2022’s ‘LET’S DO IT AGAIN’ and ‘KILL DEM’, as well as ‘It’s So Good’, which dropped earlier this year.

Jamie XX will also be playing Glastonbury, alongside the likes of Honey Dijon, Faithless, Orbital, Eliza Rose, and many, many, more. 

Tickets for the upcoming residency are on sale now, you can pick up yours here.

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