Scanadalism is a new night at the Scala, King’s Cross London, and it kicks off on July 17 with performances from Telepathe, Plugs, Marina and the Diamonds and more.

Brooklyn duo Telepathe, whose Dance Mother is one of FACT’s albums of the year so far, headline Room 2, with support from Pure Groove-signed trio Stricken City, Plugs and Wolf Gang, and DJ sets from Magistrates, Adventures Close to Home and People are Germs.

And then in Room 1 you’ve got a DJ set from Macabees frontman Orlando Weeks, plus live performances from the superb Marina and the Diamonds, Prodigy collaborator Tommy Sparks, Yes Giantess, Black Cherry, Queens of Noize, and Neverland DJs.

Tickets are a tenner in advance, and the festivities go on from 9 til 4. For more information, click here; for tickets, click here.




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