Win tickets to catch Dubfire, Popof and Kos in action at this clash of the Edinburgh club Titans…

On October 25, two of Edinburgh’s finest nights team up for an almighty party at Ocean Terminal in Leith. And the combined might of Musika and Stereotype has bagged some top-drawer guests. Joining a whole host of Edinburgh regulars for the three-room, 1800-capacity bash will be Dubfire (of Deep Dish fame), France’s fastest rising techno star Popof, and hotly tipped London DJ Kos.

After a near-capacity sell-out when Musika and Stereotype first joined up back in May this year – with Booka Shade as guests – the promoters decided to launch a fresh, high-profile project. So this bash at Ocean Terminal is set to be the first in a series of larger-than-normal club events aimed at event-starved clubbers and music lovers alike. They’re pushing the boat out at Ocean Terminal too (pardon the pun), because the venue is getting a complete make-over. There’ll be a west-facing stage set-up and complete perimeter draping to kill off all the light spillage that has taken away some of the atmosphere at previous parties here.

Add to that music from Dubfire – who’s beating a path back to credibility with his label Sci+Tec and some cracking recent sets at T In The Park and the Sub Club in Glasgow – not to mention Popof and Kos, who are both making their Scottish debuts, and a terrace full of up-and-coming Edinburgh talent, and you have a night to remember.

We've managed to get our hands on FIVE pairs of tickets to this party to give away. All you have to do to be in with a chance of getting hold of a pair is answer the following question…

What's the name of Dubfire's label?

Email your answers to [email protected] by noon on Wednesday October 22 and we'll pick five lucky winners at random and let you know by email. Head your email Musika Tickets and include a contact number. Good luck!

Musika & Stereotype present… is at Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh, on October 25 from 9pm to 4am. Tickets cost £21.50 available from Tickets Scotland (Edinburgh and Glasgow), Rippin Records or online from and Visit, and