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DJ EZ is playing a 24-hour set for charity

The Cancer Research UK event will be live streamed from February 27 to 28

  • Dave Turner
  • 10 February 2016

How many garage bangers can you fit into a 24-hour set? We're set to find out come February 27 as DJ EZ gets on the decks for the long haul.

It's just been announced that the North Londoner is playing "non-stop" for one whole day, with all proceeds going to charity Cancer Research UK.

The marathon, taking place over a month before his sold out Brixton Academy show on April 9, will run from 6pm on February 27 and be live streamed on his website so you can watch the whole thing. If you've got the stamina, that is.

On the reason behind it, EZ says: "I have reached a point in my career where I would like to give something back to those less fortunate than myself. Cancer affects countless people around the world which is why I have chosen to raise as much money as possible for Cancer Research UK.

"My aim is to perform a 24-hour live streamed DJ set and would love you all to support me in making a difference to the lives of all those battling cancer by donating now."

Check his Facebook video announcement below. Donate to Cancer Research UK here.

DJ EZ Special Announcement - Cancer Research UK

I am delighted to announce that from 6pm on Saturday the 27th of February I will be performing a non-stop 24 hour live stream charity DJ Set with 100% of donations going to Cancer Research UK! #DJEZ24HourSet

Posted by DJ EZ on Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter here