Next week, just in time for Salone Del Mobile, we're bringing the Highsnobiety Soundsystem party to Milan. The event will be Highsnobiety’s first Soundsystem in Europe and comes after debut shows at Lot45 in New York City last year, with Tommy Genesis and Kerwin Frost of the Spaghetti Boys.

On Thursday, April 11, Highsnobiety is teaming up with local cutting-edge brand United Standard. Supported by our good friends at Slam Jam, we're taking over a secret location in the industrial heart of Italy's fashion and design capital for a night of eclectic sounds and performances.

First up, UK grime savior Flohio will bring her undeniable energy to the proceedings, before Parisian DJ royalty Teki Latex, aka the "King of Blends," steps into the booth for a night of immersive, genre-defying music.

RSVP for our party in Milan here and stay on the lookout for Highsnobiety Soundsystem rolling through a city near you.

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