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Retro, Indie and Music Collide at Super Warehouse Event

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London-based partygoers recovering from this past weekend’s #SEGASaturday event have just a few days to prepare for another one. Joypad and VICE Gaming have announced Super Warehouse, a “collaborative music meets indie and retro gaming” party happening at London’s Hoxton Arches on Saturday, December 5th.

EDM and Chiptune accompaniment will be provided by FAIK, Sega Bodega, Shirobon and Slugabed with live, interactive visuals courtesy of VJ Yourself. Adding to the audio/visual mayhem of the night will be Robin Baumgarten’s uniquely physical “1D dungeon crawler”, Line Wobbler. There’ll be plenty of indie games on hand thanks to publisher Devolver Digital who will also be bringing two unreleased games to play.

For retro fans the organizers have crafted a novel, interactive way to play a huge assortment of 8, 16, and 32-bit games from Nintendo, Sega and Sony; by live request. Attendees can tweet the name of a game they’d like to play using the #superwarehouse hashtag and the Joypad staff will load it up and call it out as gameplay rotates throughout the night.

Advanced tickets are available now through Eventbrite for £11.45 and like #SEGASaturday, let us know how it was if you’re in the area and attend! For those of us not in the same town, continent or hemisphere we can, at least, grab a free half-hour mix by FAIK made exclusively for Super Warehouse. It is a wonderfully appropriate mash up of beats, drops and video game samples.

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