Superstition kicked off in September 2014 with a huge run of showcases from Life and Death, Trouw, Rush Hour Records, Erased Tapes, Token Records, Klockworks, Voyage Direct, IMF, Just This, and Stroboscopic Artefacts.

This weekend, the London-based party series will throw a double header at its Village Underground home base, transforming the gorgeous, turn-of-the-century warehouse space into a haunting techno mecca. First up on Friday, Droid Recordings will make its debut with label mainstays Audio Injection, Drumcell, Luis Flores, and Kyle Gieger. On Sunday, Rødhåd will take revellers on a six-hour journey, backed up by Giegling affiliate Ateq, Ron Albrecht, and techno’s go-to DJ of the moment Rachel Lyn—who has also provided a mind-bending mix of atmospheric techno cuts, which can be streamed in full below.

Following this weekend’s exhibitions, Superstition will keep its momentum through the end of the year with Mano Le Tough on October 30; Apparat and Ellen Allien on November 7; two Erased Tapes showcases on November 13 and 20, featuring Dawn Of Midi and Kiasmos, respectively; a Life and Death takeover on November 20; Bob Moses on November 26; and Dave Clarke in December.