LABYRINTH WAS FOUNDED AT THE START OF 2017 WITH TWO MAIN GOALS: TO PROVIDE A PLATFORM FOR THE MOST PROMISING AND EXCITING INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC ARTISTS TO EXHIBIT THEIR TALENTS AND TO CURATE A SAFE-SPACE WHERE PEOPLE CAN PARTY CAREFREE, FORGET ABOUT EVERYTHING OUTSIDE OF THE CLUB AND FIND SOLACE IN THE THE VERY BEST HOUSE, TECHNO AND DISCO MUSIC.

The brand launched with an intimate series of Thursday evening shows at Notting Hill Arts Club after being frustrated with the lack of top draw electronic talent playing in West London. Labyrinth has seen Bradley Zero, Mr Mendel, Nebraska, Krywald & Farrer, Voyeur, Aaron L and Labyrinth resident Nicky C fill out the rustic basement club throughout the first half of 2017.

Labyrinth now welcomes the captivating duo Voyeur to headline at Notting Hill Arts Club this Easter Sunday, a set that is guaranteed to have you grooving ‘n’ vibesing into your 4 day week.

Voyeur AKA Ben Herbert and Leo Picking have earned themselves well deserved recognition from some of the most highly respected and talented individuals in the industry. Epitomising this, Kerri Chandler released their debut single “Blame it on the Youth” through his label Madtech.

With Sunday’s party only a handful of days away, we asked Voyeur to pick their top 5 tracks in their crate at the moment. Here’s what they been digging. Enjoy.

“The boys are still at it! The edits series they have been doing has been really consistent, Love the B on this!”

“This is such a classic record by Larry Heard (The It). The vocals float effortlessly over such gorgeous driving bass line. It’s a great track to play in an opening set! Can’t wait to see Larry at Sunfall!!”

 “Love playing some African infused edits, if the suns out, they always get people going. This one has been one of the best recent ones we’ve heard. Looking forward to more from this imprint.”

“This track amalgamates the best sounds in the universe! House music and the blues! Soulphiction does it effortlessly.”

 Fell’s Point – Got Me Flying – (Clone Royal Oak)

“Sick label, sick tune! Housey roller with such a delicious lofi soul sound. Sassy female vocal sample (tick), rhodes (tick), piano stabs (tick), rolling disco bass-line (BIG TICK).”

Tickets available here.