21 May 2017
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For this special Sunday session we welcome a very rare 6 hour solo set from Bradley Zero - Founder of the south London Institution we know and love as Rhythm Section.
As a party, the brand is incomparable; operating twice a month from very humble beginnings in Peckham - the dance has grown to be recognised worldwide as one of the most highly esteemed clubnights in the world, hosting stages from Dimensions to Gottwood, via Sydney Opera House and back to Rye Lane. The label, born out of the party has broken artists such as Al Dobson Jr, Henry Wu & Chaos in the CBD to a global audience whilst the fortnightly radio show on NTS has proved Bradley to be the definitive tastemaker of our generation. Recognition came at the end of 2016 with coveted spots in the RA & XLR8R top 20 labels, as well as nominations in Mixcloud's Online Radio Show of the Year and a spot in Mixmag's Top 20 Breakthrough DJ’s of 2016.

To Rhythm Section regulars and original Boiler Room fans, Bradley is a familiar figure behind the decks as well as on the dancefloor. Week in week out, Bradley welcomes DJ’s from near and far to share the booth with him. His curation has introduced London to the likes of Andrew Ashong, The Mood Hut Collective, Jay Daniel, Beautiful Swimmers, Kai Alce, Jordan Rakei, Yussef Kamaal, and countless others. After all these years of incredible dances with some of our scene's defining names, we feel it’s time to let BZ spread his wings and showcase the music that defines him as an individual.
After sharing the stage for all this time, this is time for Bradley to take you on a journey of his own.
It hasn’t happened for 4 years - don’t miss this one off with one of London’s definitive selectors on one of the best soundsystems in the country….All happening in South London on a Sunday night.

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