The countdown has officially started for Creamfields 2021 and to mark the occasion the electronic festival giants have announced more acts to the ever growing line up including Nina Kraviz, Afrojack, Jamie Jones, Alan Fitzpatrick, Solardo, Paul van Dyk, Josh Wink, Richy Ahmed, Aly & Fila, Matrix & Futurebound feat. Rhymester, TNT aka Technoboy n Tuneboy, Sub Zero Project, Headhunterz, Sound Rush, DJ Isaac, Adaro, Sefa and Andy Whitby.
This latest onslaught join the likes of Above& Beyond, Adam Beyer, Andy C, ANNA, Bassjackers, Ben Nicky, Boris Brejcha, Brennan Heart, Carl Cox, Chase & Status (DJ Set), Chris Lorenzo, Claptone, Cosmic Gate, Cristoph, Darren Styles, deadmau5, Dimension, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Disciples, Eli Brown, Enrico Sangiuliano, Eric Prydz HOLOSPHERE, Example, Fisher, Franky Wah, Friction, Gareth Emery, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants, Holy Goof, Hot Since 82, Hybrid Minds, James Organ, Jax Jones, Jonas Blue, KC Lights, Kölsch, Kutski, La Fleur, Laidback Luke, Leftwing:Kody, Low Steppa, Martin Garrix, Mason Collective, Michael Bibi, MK, My Nu Leng, Nightlapse, Notion, Offaiah, Oliver Heldens, Paul Woolford, Peggy Gou, Pendulum – TRINITY, Pete Tong, SASASAS, Scooter, Sigma, SOSA, Sub Focus (DJ Set), Sven Väth, Tchami,Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet, Vini Vici, W&W and Yousef.
As one of the biggest festivals of the summer season, this year’s edition was sorely missed, however, celebrated virtually for the #CreamfieldsHouseParty which featured some of the best performances from the festival over the last few years, attracting millions of viewers from around the world.
With many more acts still to be announced over the coming months, Creamfields will be one festival not to be missed next year! #BringItOn21
Globally renowned as the definitive underground festival experience, The BPM Festival is returning to claim the Summer 2020 crown with a special edition in Malta this September Taking over the famed Uno Malta complex in the heart of the island between September 11th-13th, the global tour-de-force of celebrated underground dance favourites will set up shop for an unrivalled trip … Read more
Now entering its fourteenth year, London’s favourite festival Lovebox returns to its home in Victoria Park for its biggest year yet.
Having already announced two explosive, London exclusive headliners, in the form of the long-awaited reunion of LCD Soundsystem and global phenomenon Major Lazer, the two-day celebration of music, food, fashion and creativity unveils a ram-packed, genre-spanning and era-defining billing.
From the hottest zeitgeist acts to established legends, hip hop to dance, grime to electronica, it’s a fully-formed line-up that cements Lovebox 2016 as the musical event of the summer.
MAJOR LAZER (FRIDAY) LCD SOUNDSYSTEM (SATURDAY)
WITH (IN A-Z ORDER):
ALAN FITZPATRICK – ANDRES CAMPO – B.TRAITS – BIG NARSTIE – BILLY KENNY – CHET FAKER – CHRONIXX – THE COMPOZERS – CRAIG RICHARDS CRITICAL SOUNDSYSTEM: KASRA B2B IVY LAB B2B SAM BINGA FEAT REDDERS – DAVID RODIGAN MBE – DE LA SWING – DIPLO – DJ BARELY LEGAL – DJ HYPE & MC IC3 FORMATION – FRIEND WITHIN – GEORGE CLINTON PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC – GEORGE PRIVATTI – GOLDLINK – HANNAH WANTS – HOT BLOOD – JACK GARRATT – JACKMASTER – JAMIE WOON (LIVE) – JORIS VOORN – JUNGLE – JUSTIN MARTIN – KANO – KIASMOS – LUCIANO – MIIKE SNOW – MØ – MELÉ + MONKI’S NRG FLASH – ODESZA – OH WONDER – ONEMAN B2B MY NU LENG – PATRICK TOPPING – PREDITAH – RICARDO VILLALOBOS – RICHY AHMED – RITON – RUN THE JEWELS – SG LEWIS (LIVE) STEVE LAWLER – STORMZY -TERRY FRANCIS – T Q D (ROYAL T B2B DJ Q B2B FLAVA D) – WAZE & ODYSSEY
ALL WEEKEND LONG
FABRIC LONDON EXCLUSIVE FESTIVAL DEBUT
ELROW PRESENTS SAMBODROMO DO BRASIL
MUSIC, MISCHIEF AND DANCING AT THE CARNIVAL BANDSTAND “TROPISKARNIVAL” PRESENTED BY GLOBAL LOCAL, VINTAGE REMIX AND WORMFOOD
SPIN AROUND AT THE BUMP ROLLER DISCO
NEW VOICES AT THE VOICEBOX WITH ROUNDHOUSE AND APPLES & SNAKES
FASHION AND BEAUTY BOUTIQUES LONDON’S TASTIEST STREET FOOD AND MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON…
Opening for Major Lazer on Friday are cult favourites Run The Jewels, the critically acclaimed rap duo who have released two of the best mixtapes of the past few years and carved out a reputation as one of the best live acts on the planet. This incendiary double act, AKA Killer Mike and El-P, are one of the most charismatic and compelling acts in hip hop today, merging socially conscious lyrics with huge beats. They’re the perfect act to fire up the crowd in time for Major Lazer’s headlining slot.
The voice of Major Lazer’s global smash ‘Lean On’, and fast-rising star in her own right MØ will be performing tracks from her highly-anticipated sophomore album, as well as fan favourites from her debut No Mythologies To Follow.
Jamaican superstar Chronixx will be treating the Lovebox crowd to his modern take on reggae, whilst man of the moment Stormzy will be bringing his neo-grime flow and viral freestyles to the Park. Stormzy says: “This is going to be so so sick”.
Hip hop, grime, and drum and bass will all be represented on the Friday, with US rapper GoldLink, D&B producer DJ Hype & MC IC3, Flava D, DJ Q and Royal T’s project t q d, outspoken emcee Big Narstie and D&B collective Critical Soundsystem.
There’ll be unmissable sets from some of the world’s biggest DJs. Before he steps on to the Main Stage Diplo will be spinning solo, Ed Banger alum Riton will perform, as will Lovebox friend and favourite David Rodigan MBE. The unstoppable Hannah Wants, dirtybird co-founder Justin Martin plus Waze & Odyssey, Friend Within and Billy Kenny will also be in attendance and there will be special collaborative sets from the most exciting names on the UK dance scene with Oneman B2B with My Nu Leng plus Melé + Monki’s NRG Flash.
Across the weekend, Lovebox are thrilled to join forces with another London musical institution – the mighty fabric. One of the world’s biggest and best club spaces, they’ll be bringing a killer line-up to a festival field for the very first time.
fabric say: “As an East London venue ourselves we’re especially delighted to be hosting a stage at this year’s Lovebox and to be bringing a whole lot of what we do and the artists we love to the festival. It’s taken a lot of work from both Lovebox and fabric to make this exclusive concept happen and it’ll be our first time ever bringing fabric to the field.”
On the Saturday, Lovebox are delighted to welcome London collective Jungle to the stage for an England and Wales festival exclusive. The band’s modern take on soul make them a perfect fit to perform ahead of Saturday night headliners LCD Soundsystem who are also known for their innovative interpretations of classic genres. Jungle have developed a reputation for being a formidable, hugely fun live act and as the sun sets on the Park they’ll provide an appropriately atmospheric soundtrack. Jungle say: “Lovebox is legendary and we feel so lucky to be a part of it this year. Nothing beats playing outdoors in your own city… See you in July!”
Some of the brightest singer-songwriters will be serenading the masses, from Australian electronic musician Chet Faker to the experimental, acclaimed Jamie Woon (live) via the folktronica sensation Jack Garratt.
East London’s own Kano will be performing tracks from his long-awaited new album Made in the Manor, as well as classic cuts from his back catalogue.
Some of the biggest names in dance will be spinning, including techno legend Ricardo Villalobos, tech house wizard Craig Richards and producer Terry Francis.
That’s not all – there’s anthemic electropop from duo Oh Wonder, hook-laden Swedish indie pop from Miike Snow, lush electronica from SG Lewis (live), beautifully minimal Icelandic techno from Kiasmos and electronica-tinged rock from Seattle duo Odesza.
Lovebox are honoured to play host to the legendary George Clinton and his funk, soul and rock collective Parliament Funkadelic. Their euphoric live shows are something to behold.
Barcelona party-starters Elrow will also be returning to the Park following several sold out London shows. Their trademark fun-loving theatrics will be reapplied this time in the style of Brazilian carnival for Elrow Presents Sambodromo do Brasil.
Vice music channels Noisey and Thump will return to Lovebox once more to curate their own forward-thinking, individual stages, as will Hackney’s NTS Radio, Soundcrash in association with Clash, Krankbrother and Corona Sunsets.
Kopparberg is set to bring a taste of scandi-cool to this summer’s Lovebox and Citadel with the arrival of the popular Kopparberg Urban Forest.
Carved into the forest will be a woodland bar serving up all kinds of refreshment from the independent Kopparberg brewery in Sweden, including its selection of delicious fruit ciders and the brand new Kopparberg Fruit Lager.
Kopparberg will also be supporting the very best in creative and imaginative live music, by hosting a series of pioneering artists and DJs on its renowned Urban Forest stage.
As well as a thrilling musical line-up, there is plenty to experience in the Park over the weekend. Shangri-La Superstar’s “Tropiskarnival” Bandstand boasts an eclectic programming of world music and dance programmed by Chris Tofu, with performances from the likes of United Vibrations, Temple Funk Collective and Cut Capers.
The Voicebox presented by Roundhouse and Apples and Snakes platforms emerging voices in spoken word and poetry, whilst revellers can spin around to DJ sets at the Bump Roller Disco, sample London’s tastiest street foods and browse the finest fashion and beauty boutiques.
With even more incredible talent still to be announced, this will go down as another unforgettable chapter in Lovebox’s rich history.
Hideout Festival is moments away from selling out for the sixth year running as they announce twenty new artists including The Martinez Brothers, Joris Voorn, John Talabot, Alan Fitzpatrick and more to play alongside Jamie xx, Skepta, MK and J.E.S.u.S. 2016 will once again see thousands of revellers descend on the idyllic Zrce Beach in Croatia to experience a line up of over 100 artists encompassing the full spectrum of electronic music. For more info visit the Hideout website.
Hideout Festival stands as one of the most popular electronic festivals of it's kind in Europe with a line-up that demands attention from fans across the full spectrum of electronic music. Topping the 2nd announcement are New York's finest The Martinez Brothers, the significant John Talabot, Dutch producer Joris Voorn and inimitable techno don Alan Fitzpatrick.
Waze & Odyssey make a welcome appearance on the line-up off the back of a huge 2015, with the in-demand Huxley also set to take the stage. Also set to join the 2016 line up are Artwork, Mistajam, Plastician, Redlight, Apres, DJ Haus, DOTB, Flava D, Gardens Of God, Harvard Bass, Mele, Mella Dee, Sonny Fodera, TCTS, The Black Madonna, Theo Kottis and Understate DJs.
Jamie XX / Skepta
Andy C / Jamie Jones MK / Gorgon City (DJ SET) / DJ EZ / Hannah Wants / Stormzy Adam Beyer / Dusky / Hot Since 82 / The Martinez Brothers Joris Voorn / Julio Bashmore / Steve Lawler VERY SPECIAL GUESTS: J.E.S.u.S Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream und Seth Troxler
Alan Fitzpatrick / Artwork / Bicep / B.Traits / Danny Howard / David Rodigan MBE / Darius Syrossian / Heidi / Huxley / John Talabot / Joy Orbison / Kurupt FM / Midland / Mistajam / My Nu Leng / Patrick Topping / Paul Woolford / Plastician / Preditah / Redlight / Richy Ahmed / Shadow Child / Toddla T / Waze & Odyssey
Andhim / Apres / Artwork / Barely Legal / Catz N Dogz / Denney / DJ Haus / DJ Hype / Doorly / DOTB / Eton Messy DJs / Flava D / Friend Within / Gardens of God / GotSome / Harvard Bass / Jasper James / Low Steppa / Mak & Pasteman / Mele / Mella Dee / Monki / Oliver Dollar / Plastician / Santé / Secretsundaze / Sonny Fodera / Special Request / Sidney Charles / TCTS / Theo Kottis / The Black Madonna / wAFF / Understate DJs / Zinc
Arkive / Cera Alba / Damian Martez / De La Swing / DOTB / Grainger / Jack Swift / Last Magpie / Marc Maya / Mediate / Mike Jones / Nicola Bear / North Base / People Get Real / Reg Naylor / Scott Bradford / The Sonic Emporium / Tom Rio / Toni Varga
Taking place at a beautiful new, South London location on Saturday 13thJune, Found Festival 2015 will expand across five stages at Brixton’s Brockwell Park. 2015 is set to showcase leading figures in house and techno from across the UK, Europe and USA including Guy Gerber, Ellen Allien, Anja Schneider, Motor City Drum Ensemble, George Fitzgerald, Alan Fitzpatrick, Genius Of Time, Davide Squillace, Matthias Tanzmann, Ron Trent, Tevo Howard, Nick Curly, Dark Sky, Mosca, Marquis Hawkes.
Taking headline duties on the open-air main stage, Guy Gerber steps up for his Found debut. His unmistakable brand of deeply emotive, fluid techno, stunningly captured in his critically acclaimed Fabriclive 64 mix – released in 2012 – has seen him become one of clubland’s most sought-after producers and the perfect choice to bring a euphoric climax to Found Festival’s third edition. Representing two of Berlin’s leading imprints, BPitch Control head honcho Ellen Allien returns after her stand-out set for Found’s inaugural Halloween double-header last autumn as well as Found favourite and Mobilee label boss Anja Schneider.
Simultaneously retro and futuristic German house pioneer Danilo Plessow akaMotor City Drum Ensemble will also make his Found debut, whilst San Soda returns after his dancefloor pounding set at Found’s Love Fever arena last year, with production partner Red D to bring their acclaimed FCL project to the Main stage. Ruthless analog bandits Genius Of Time are also set to appear, with Tresor stalwarts Zenker Brothers and founder of Moscow Records and Moss. Co, Archie Hamilton welcoming the gathering crowds at Brockwell Park.
Having curated day one of their Halloween event last October, Found welcomesGeorge FitzGerald to Brockwell Park with an army of truly cutting edge house and techno purveyors set to serious future stars. Festival-goers can expect Alan Fitzpatrick's trademark tough grooves, the live sounds of Bob Moses' vocal deep house, the precise and calculated sound of Kompakt’s Barnt, a set from famed festival powerhouse promoters, Dekmantel Soundsystem and Lobster Theremin head honcho Asquith. More special guests are still to be announced.
Nick Curly’s Trust launched in early 2014 and has quickly gathered a reputation for exceptional music and wild parties. Bringing the project to Found, Curly has enlisted Conform record signing, Davide Squillace, Circo Loco resident, Matthias Tanzmann, Point G and his paired down house tools and a back-to-back set fromRandall M and Bella Sarris.
A collective close to Found's heart, London based party connoisseurs, Feelings will curate an arena dedicated to house, soul, funk and disco. Heading proceedings,Ron Trent, is considered to be an architect of Chicago’s vibrant music scene as founder of legendary nightclub Vinyl in downtown Manhattan and lead resident for Giant Step at NYC’s infamous Shine. He is joined by an ensemble of vibe wielding heavywieghts including Detroit producer and DJ, Andrés, Chicago house maverick and founder of the Beautiful Granville Studios, Tevo Howard and The Black Madonna – known for her uplifting sets balancing timeless anthems with idiosyncratic selections. Adding to this formidable programme is Melbourne based DJ/Producer, Francis Inferno Orchestra's and his productions which join the dots between soul, disco and the sample based music that inspired him as a teenager as well as Love Fever’s, Kasra V and the Feelings residents.
With a tagline like, 'Dont Assume', you can only expect the unexpected from VIP hosts, NTS. Founded in 2011, the independent online radio project has shot to fame, now broadcast worldwide with over 160 regular shows and won Mixcloud’s award 2014 'Best Online Radio Station in the World’. They have assembled a lineup that doesn't disappoint with a hefty offering of edgy underground sounds from Dark Sky,Mosca, Marquis Hawkes, Bell Towers, Bradley Zero, Drakeford, Cheerystones,Debonair and Mr Wonderful set to entertain the crowds at Found Festival’s beautiful VIP arena, also offering garden seating area, luxury toilets, exclusive cocktail bar and an offering of gourmet street food from the acclaimed Burger and Lobster, who will be serving their famous Nova Scotian Lobster Rolls all day in the VIP area.
FOUND MAIN STAGE
Guy Gerber Ellen Allien Anja Schneider Motor City Drum Ensemble FCL Genius Of Time Zenker Brothers Archie Hamilton
GEORGE FITZGERALD PRESENTS
Alan Fitzpatrick Bob Moses live Barnt Dekmantel Soundsystem Asquith and George FitzGerald plus special guests to be revealed
NICK CURLY PRESENTS TRUST
Davide Squillace Matthias Tanzmann Ryan Crosson Point G D'Julz Bella Sarris b2b Randall M and Nick Curly
Ron Trent Andrés Tevo Howard The Black Madonna Francis Inferno Orchestra Kasra V Feelings Residents
VIP presented by NTS
Dark Sky Mosca Marquis Hawkes Bell Towers Bradley Zero Drakeford Cheerystones Debonair Mr Wonderful plusfood by Burger and Lobster
The legendary Slam Tent is back at T in the Park for 2015 with a huge line-up of the very best in electronic dance music set to raise the roof of the tent at the festival’s beautiful new residence, Strathallan Castle. Festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager have today unveiled a phenomenal international line-up curated by world renowned dance powerhouse Slam including Adam Beyer b2b Joseph Capriati, Alan Fitzpatrick, Âme, Art Department, Ben Klock, Dense & Pika, Dixon, Dubfire, Eats Everything, Gary Beck, Jackmaster b2b Joy Orbison, Lil Louis, Loco Dice, Maya Jane Coles, Rødhåd, SLAM, Telford and Visionquest.
Organisers are also thrilled to announce a hugely exciting extension of T in the Park’spartnership with BBCRadio 1. For the first time in over a decade, some of the sets from the Slam Tent will be heard exclusively on Radio 1’s Essential Mix.
Techno titans Adam Beyer and Joseph Capriati will play a b2b set that’s not to be missed at this year’s festival, treating fans to pioneering floor fillers. Owner of record labels Drumcode, Truesoul and Madeye, Adam Beyer’s music is synonymous with all that is exciting about techno. Having emerged as the figurehead of the hugely prolific Swedish techno scene, Beyer is a globally recognised DJ with his Drumcode events achieving much praise across the globe. Neapolitan Joseph Capriati is recognised as one of the principal profiles in techno, establishing his reputation as a universally popular and in-demand talent. A naturally charismatic DJ with a back catalogue of standout productions, Capriati is an instinctive performer with a genuine enthusiasm for entertaining and his b2b set with Adam Beyer is sure to be one of the many highlights of this year’s Slam Tent.
Buoyed by the whirlwind success he has enjoyed over the past six years, Drumcode’sAlan Fitzpatrick is a DJ at the top of his game and globally recognised as one of the most influential techno artists of the moment. The in-demand producer and DJ has succeeded in carving out a recognisable musical niche for himself within the ever-expanding genre of techno. A seemingly unstoppable source of hit music, Fitzpatrick’s set is sure to rock the Slam Tent at this year’s festival.
Berlin DJ / production duo Âme (Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann) are well-known for their electric sets and forward-thinking production. Kristian Beyer is ranked top in regular Resident Advisor DJ lists and will appear at Strathallan Castle this July under the Âme guise. Âme have been penning songs with floor-filling credentials since 2003, showcasing a rare ability to fuse together various influences to devastating effect. With regular slots playing in renowned dance scenes around Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Lisbon and Tokyo, Âme are sure to delight the Strathallan Castle crowd with their jaw-dropping beats at this year’s T in the Park.
Art Department are the infamous collective of Jonny White, Son of Ray Rosenberg (former Division Manager of A&M records) and acting head of No.19 Music, alongside Canadian techno legend Kenny Glasgow. The collaborative project has seen almost unparalleled success within the world of dance music in recent years. Art Department’s reputation precedes them as international party animals but is eclipsed only by the accolades awarded to them for their ground-breaking and original style of music and remarkable performances the world wide. Their party ethos sure to be a massive hit with the T in the Park fans this July.
Berlin born DJ, producer and label owner Ben Klock is without a doubt one of the most significant characters in techno’s recent history. Playing techno sets full of hypnotic, deep and heavy grooves, releasing records on Ostgut Ton and last but not least the aesthetics of his own label Klockworks (founded in 2006), have earned him an excellent international reputation over the last few years. Ben Klock’s name is synonymous with the vitalization of an essential definition of techno and is welcomed addition to this year’s Slam Tent line-up.
Dense & Pika are UK house and techno producer Chris Spero and British DJ / producer and Hypecolour co-founder Alex Jones. Their anonymous White Label series surfaced in 2011 and they in-turn receieved critical acclaim. Their club-ready techno sound and soaring beats are perfect for a festival crowd and are sure to really get theT in the Park crowd going in the Slam Tent this summer.
Entering the Berlin club circuit in the early 90s, Dixon’s highly-crafted skills have continued to build a solid following over the last two decades, and nurture an impeccable style of mixing. He’s created a highly influential mix compilation for the Get Physical label’s Body Language series that has inspired people all over the world, among other highlights. His addition to the Slam Tent bill will treat fans to a pioneering talent in the deep house circuit.
Dubfire has always been known as a risk taker, going solo in 2006 and releasing a massive string of tracks including Ribcage, Roadkill, Emissions and I Feel Speed. Encapsulating dark funky rhythms and technological brilliance, Dubfire is the apex of a unique sound. After collaborating with the likes of Underworld, Dubfire recently decamped to Barcelona, creating a studio and international office in the Spanish city as well as a jump-off point for frequent trips to Ibiza where he is a huge fixture at the White Isle’s most exceptional outings including Cocoon, Carl Cox’s Revolution and Richie Hawtin’s ENTER.
First appearing in the Slam Tent in 2013, Eats Everything is set to return with a generous portion of top anthems this year. His ascendance through the ranks of dance music’s top players has been as deserved as it has been rapid. His tunes have been tried and tested in all four corners of the globe, the Eats juggernaut ploughing through countless parties, clubs and festivals, from Ibiza to the USA, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona and back to his home city of Bristol.
Bringing some local talent to the Slam Tent this July is Gary Beck. The Glasgow born producer has been a regular fixture at the world's top clubs and festivals, long established as a primary figure in techno. Known and respected for his unique sound, he has gained support from the best names in the business and released music on some of the genre's leading labels, institutions such as Drumcode, Cocoon and Saved as well as his own BEK Audio imprint. Beck’s unique style and sound were made for a festival crowd.
Organisers are thrilled to announce a special b2b performance from Jackmaster and Joy Orbison. Always a thrill to see, the special b2b set will see local name Jackmaster throw down his world class skills on the decks. Numbers co-founder and Radio 1 resident, Jackmaster has risen to the top of his game with a unique ear for jacking house and techno which has seen him land residencies at XOYO in London and Ibiza's Circoloco at DC10 as well as two American tours in the last year.Joy Orbison is renowned for his forward-thinking style, with his debut single Hyph Mngo a celebrated dub/2-step track of the late noughties. Part of the Hinge Finger label, Joy Orbison is sure to rock the stage at this year’s T in the Park with his electric combination of house, dub and disco.
Pioneer and icon Lil Louis is an international DJ / producer who is widely credited as being the founding father of house music. His pioneering skills and edits planted the seed of house music and made him one of the frontrunners in the scene. Producing and writing tracks for the likes of Jay-Z and Lil Kim throughout his impressive career,Lil Louis is another stellar addition to the Slam Tent bill.
Said to have inspired a collective imagination, Loco Dice merges perspectives in his delicate sense for sounds and reflective atmospheres, underpinned with solid, physical grooves inspired by the hip hop that was his early sonic stomping ground in the mid- to late ‘90s. Sure to bring a set packed full of classics, Loco Dice’s set at Strathallan Castle in July is not to be missed.
British-Japanese, producer and DJ Maya Jane Coles is widely considered an enigma in today’s music world as well as a global star, regularly turning her sets into spectacles and making coveted hit lists including Resident Advisor’s top DJ Chart. Alongside herproduction and remixing credentials, her reputation as a DJ has reached heady proportions following her guest mixes for the likes of Resident Advisor, Louche, Enter, Trace A Line, Defected with a Mixmag cover-mount CD and a huge BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix also under her belt.
Rødhåd has been socialised by Berlin's looptechno nights and always finds the perfect balance of timeless techno to lift the dancefloor higher and higher. His style is always deep, powerful and melancholic – from dubtechno to techno and back to house- something which is sure to go down a treat in this year’s Slam Tent at T in the Park.
With their fifth album Reverse Proceed heralded as one of the best electronic albums for years, SLAM’s two legendary producers continue to demonstrate why they are such an important part of modern day electronic music. SLAM instigated Glasgow's underground house music scene in the late 1980s, going on to be instrumental in the explosion of the UK Techno scene. Their quarter century of exploits have seen them travel far and wide, leaving scorch marks on dance floors everywhere while taking their uncompromising vision of techno around the world. Their firmly established monthly club events in Glasgow – ‘Pressure’ at the Arches and ‘Return To Mono’ at the Sub Club – are ranked amongst the best nights out on the planet. Over the last two years, the pair have also developed Slam Radio, delivering some of the best DJs and music that techno has to offer to a massive and loyal weekly following.
Possessing a premier technical ability and innate musical taste, Telford’s appearance at this year’s T in the Park festival is sure to go down a storm with fans. His original combination of house and techno create sets full of infectious grooves and intense atmosphere. The newest occasional resident at Glasgow’s Sub Club Subculture club night, Telford is sure to bring his classic sounds mixed with forward thinking house and techno to Strathallan Castle this summer.
Visionquest are the most innovative and exciting new breed of DJ/producers to emerge from the city of Detroit in a generation. They are a new generation of young, talented producers from Detroit who draw influence from all who have come before them, following in their footsteps, while defining a unique sound of their own. Having their roots in Motown whilst drawing ambitious spiritual vibes from forerunners like Theo Parrish and Moodyman, this will be a performance that is not to be missed.
The international line-up is fitting to mark the historic first year at the festival’s brand new Perthshire home. Back for its 19th year at T in the Park, the Slam Tent has an atmosphere second to none, with many more artists to be announced.
SLAM TENT 2015 LINE-UP
FRIDAY 10TH JULY: Adam Beyer b2b Joseph Capriati, Âme, Ben Klock, Eats Everything, SLAM, Telford
SATURDAY 11TH JULY: Art Department, Gary Beck, Jackmaster b2b Joy Orbsion, Lil Louis, Rødhåd, Visionquest
SUNDAY 12TH JULY: Alan Fitzpatrick, Dense & Pika, Dixon, Dubfire, Loco Dice, Maya Jane Coles
The unveiling of another top-notch line-up set to rumble the walls and raise the roof of the tent comes just a week after festival organisers announced a top bill of some of the world’s biggest bands, DJs, solo artists and hotly tipped breakthrough talent, including pioneering dance talent Avicii, David Guetta, Above & Beyond and Fatboy Slim.
T IN THE PARK 2015 LINE-UP
FRIDAY 10th JULY: Kasabian, David Guetta, Sam Smith, Rudimental, Fatboy Slim, Hozier, Mark Ronson (DJ set), Annie Mac, Hot Chip, The Wombats, Gorgon City, Duke Dumont, Jessie Ware, Fuse ODG
SATURDAY 11th JULY: Avicii, The Libertines, The Script, Twin Atlantic, alt-J, George Ezra, Jessie J, Courteeners, The Vaccines, Labrinth, The Proclaimers, St. Vincent, Enter Shikari, Seasick Steve, Jungle, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Idlewild, Jess Glynne, Charli XCX, Jack Savoretti, Rae Morris
SUNDAY 12th JULY: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Prodigy, Stereophonics, Jamie T, Paloma Faith, Above & Beyond, Alabama Shakes, Kodaline, Catfish & the Bottlemen, Clean Bandit, Oliver Heldens, Ella Henderson, Modest Mouse, James Bay, Years & Years, Peace, Everything Everything, Admiral Fallow, Marmozets, Saint Raymond