Revolutions in Sound returns for 2013

Red Bull Revolutions in Sound 2013 featuring London Eye
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We mark RBMA's 15th birthday with a celebration of club culture on the EDF Energy London Eye.

It's back and bigger than ever! Red Bull Revolutions in Sound returns to the EDF Energy London Eye on 14th November for a grand finale to an epic celebration of UK club culture as part of Red Bull Music Academy's 15th Birthday.

Expect an incredible night of music both on the eye and off with the World’s first live stream of 30 stages simultaneously via Channel 4.com and YouTube.


Revolutions in Sound first took place in 2011 with a series of gigs with each capsule featuring a different artist. This time each capsule will salute the nocturnal souls who built the UK’s beacons of nightlife. 

With capsules hosted by club brands such as Danny Rampling’s Acid House incubator Shoom, Steve Strange’s New Romantic haunt The Blitz Club, electro juggernaut Bugged Out!, Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge’s Talkin’ Loud and Saying Something, Glasgow’s Sub Club, D’n’B stable Metalheadz, Bristol’s Motion, London Warehouse Events, Sheffield’s Jive Turkey,Fabric and West London hip hop party Yo Yo. Marking the reach of club culture in 2013, concept TV show Channel 4 House Party also takes a capsule hinting at the possibilities of club culture’s future.

We'll be announcing more acts and ticket application details in late September. We will also be partnering with Gig Dropper to create portals to clubbing history, the app acts as location based discovery platform and this integration will see real world hotspots host exclusive spoken word snippets and memories from some of clubland's leading personalities as fans walk past relevant sites. Click the GigDropper tab below for a taster of what to expect on the app.

We'll also be creating a living archive of Club Culture to launch in association with Google+ this online hub will invite Djs, clubs and fans to chart their dance floor meanderings and musical awakenings to create an intercative and ever evolving database of clubbing.