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SBTRKT joins London iTunes Festival line-up

The London dance artist will play London's Roundhouse venue on September 19

SBTRKT joins London iTunes Festival line-up

Photo: Daniel Harris /NME

SBTRKT is one of the latest artists to be confirmed for London's iTunes Festival.

The London dance artist, aka Aaron Jerome, will headline the venue on Friday September 19.

His most recent UK appearance came when he played on the NME/BBC Radio 1 Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival. Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig joined him on stage as a special guest, performing 'New Dorp New York'.

Also added to the line-up for the month-long series of gigs is Plácido Domingo, Friend Within, Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra, Imelda May and The Mirror Trap.

SBTRKT will perform tracks from his new album 'Wonder Where We Land', which features collaborations with Sampha, Warpaint, Koreless, Jessie Ware and Denai Moore, and is released via XL Recordings on September 29.

iTunes Festival begins tonight (September 1) with a show from Deadmau5. It will also feature performances from Kasabian, Ed Sheeran and Ryan Adams among many others.

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