Chapter XII – Rainbow Venues Festival Birmingham: Final tickets on sale!

This Saturday (March 26th) Birmingham’s Rainbow Venues will celebrate its 12th birthday with its biggest ever show.

With 12 hours of techno and house across 7 stages, Chapter XII will mark the occasion in style.

The lineup is as follows:

Art Department
Dubfire – Hyrbrid Live
Guy Gerber
Jamie Jones
Joseph Capriati
Loco Dice
Maya Jane Coles
Nic Fanciulli
Richie Hawtin

Adam Shelton
Alan Fitpatrick
Crazy P
Dense & Pika
Enzo Siragusa
George Fitzgerald
Infinity Ink
Mak & Pasteman
Mella Dee
Nick Curly
Patrick Topping
Russ Yallop



Last entry will be at 4pm.

Final release tickets are on sale now, priced at £40 from

Inpetto – How We Used To Do

Hands up, who remembers Toca’s Miracle? And if the name doesn’t immediately ring any bells, a quick visit to YouTube will award you with a free slice of 90’s nostalgia.

Inpetto, the German DJ duo behind the 1999 hit, have made an awesome comeback with new track How We Used To Do, an irresistibly danceable, satisfying piece full of rich melodies and infectious beats which comfortably goes toe-to-toe with their previous smash.

Having made names for themselves as formidable remixers, with praise from such luminaries as David Guetta and Axwell, the Duderstadt brothers are building on a reputation as one of the best DJ acts in Europe.

Inpetto will perform at Tomorrowland Brazil 2016.

Rachel K Collier – Nothing Is Forever (Jay Robinson Remix)

Taken from the charismatic Welsh singer-songwriter Rachel K Collier’s debut EP ‘Words You Never Heard’ released 23rd October 2015 via Love & Other.

‘Nothing Is Forever’ is collaboration with DJ S.K.T which boasts a clean-cut combination of gentle downtempo house with swooning vocals and a heart-rending melody, backed up by peak time bass remix from Jay Robinson.

Rachel K Collier

[Premier] Projekt – Your Love

Projekt are an electronic duo based in Guildford taking elements from acoustic music and bringing them into the EDM genres. Influences such as Porter Robinson, Rudimental, Disclosure, Gorgon City and Deadmau5 gave them a great idea to create a mixture of electronic and acoustic sounds. With Sophie Alexander on vocals and guitar, and Tobias Thorsen on synths/launchpad/pc-producing, they’re creating an unique electro-acoustic sound in the genres: Progressive Electro House, House and Drum & Bass. This is the first track we have heard from them, it gives off a great summer vibe. We look forward to seeing more from them! The track is also available as a free download.