Créche All-Dayer Scheduled for End of June (Josh Butler, Alexis Raphael, Cozzy D)


DBP and High Tide have just revealed an all day event (daytime in Sobar’s garden, evening at The Warehouse) hosted by Créche on the 28th June. The timing of the event is such to coincide with ‘moving in weekend’ (the majority of student housing contracts start/end on the 1st July).

The garden party lineup is as follows: Josh Butler, Alexis Raphael, and Cozzy D are set to headline, with support from Garry Bennetton and Boulé & Knight.

The daytime part of the event — taking place at Sobar — will run from 2pm till 11pm, at which point the party will move to The Warehouse.

The Warehouse will then see the same headline acts gracing the decks throughout the evening “with with maybe one other headliner which we [DBP & High Tide] are working on”. The party will be wrapped up at 4am.

Tickets go on sale soon, priced at £8 for the early birds and £10 after. £2 drinks will be available throughout the event.

Créche started life one Sunday afternoon in February 2010 in the heart of Shoreditch, East London. Its purpose was to serve as a base for Alexis Raphael & Cozzy D to play the music they loved that wasn’t, in their minds, being given the deserved ‘airtime’ in East London. From humble beginnings, residents Alexis Raphael & Cozzy D are now joined by some of the biggest underground artists. 2014 sees Crèche make its biggest moves yet, with a host of summer events planed for the all over the UK and a 15 week residency in Ibiza.

The Crèche vibe is a return to the euphoria of the early 90s when UK house flourished on a mix of sensation and innovation. It is a reminder of a time before commercialism got its skinny fingers into everything and when the only question that mattered was: “‘is it fun?” This is the spirit Cozzy and Alexis, who earned their stripes at iconic London clubs like Turnmills, the Cross, the End, and the Key are passionate about.


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Adam is a physics graduate from the University of Southampton with an interest in electronic music. He co-founded Sotonight and was involved with SEMSU and other music-related projects while at university.