A solid cast of grime and rap talent joins with rappers, MC’s, and DJs flying the flag. North-West London’s AJ Tracey brings pure heat to the Outlook stage, with stalwart and ex Roll Deep member Killa P. Camden mic-murkers YGG are set to slay at Outlook ‘18 too. Deep MC’s are a plenty – Lady Leshurr, Jaykae and Kamakaze rep for the Midlands with raw and rugged bars, and MCR Darkside Crew member, President T, all join. Rinse FM’s Grandmixxer journeys through his record collection – expect stone cold grime classics and more, whilst Trends & Boylan showcase dark, icy instrumentals. UK rap has risen to the top this year, with the likes of MIST putting the scene, and his hometown of Birmingham back on the map after a Mobo win and more. Melanin 9 and Ocean Wisdom are part of the next wave of rappers putting a distinct take on UK hip-hop, Outlook welcomes them along with mainstay acts like Devilman. Alternative beats come from the wondrous, soulful Fatima, hip-hop explorer Open Mike Eagle, Israeli MC Miss Red, and Goth-trad. Boundary defying breakouts to check are Ryan De La Cruz, Ezra Collective and Layfullstop, who fuse jazz and hip-hop influences. Stone’s Throw founder Peanut Butter Wolf, BBZ member Shy One and eclectic selector Eva Lazarus lay down selections across the week.
Originally created in 1982 by Dejan Krsic, NEP was a collective from Croatia that used art and music as a way to not only entertain, but to challenge class and history. Whilst many of their past recordings were not the easiest to find, the Fox & His Friends label have given NEP’s 1989 unreleased song ‘Decadance’ the light of day. Driven by the classic Roland 808, the song takes a nod at electronic pioneers Kraftwerk with a sonic palette of futurism. The single pack also includes a remix by German Read more […]
Croatia’s premiere electronic event Sonus Festival is set to mark it’s fifth birthday in style this summer, uniting the best talent from the house and techno worlds in one place for five days and five nights of party. Returning to idyllic Zcre Beach, Pag Island between 20th and 24th August, the first instalment of names makes Sonus #5 the most monumental to date. From global players Marco Carola, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice and Ricardo Villalobos to underground hero Sonja Moonear plus club takeovers, boat parties and more, Sonus Festival is THE go to event for any house and techno fan.
A highlight of the festival calendar for any serious house and techno head, Sonus Festival is Croatia’s leading underground techno adventure, a five day and five night session set on the stunning Zcre Beach shores. Set to embark on it’s biggest outing to date for edition number four, Sonus will unite heavyweight talent for a celebration like no other. With less than two months until 2016’s techno mecca, Sonus reveal a jam-packed boat party agenda running across five days, with trips from Grelle Forelle, THUMP, Colours, and more. On top of this, find a host of new names added the huge festival bill, including dream team Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg, plus Monika Kruse and Andy Catana.
Fancy four days and four nights spent partying on the idyllic Adriatic coast? This year’s Stop Making Sense is the perfect Croatian adventure, striking the perfect balance between an all-out rave with the hottest underground acts with a blissful escape for those detouring the hustle. Between the 16th – 19th July, the Stop Making Sense family invite festival-goers to let loose by dancing, feasting, lounging and partying in one of Croatia’s most stunning settings, The Garden Tisno. With ticket and accommodation bundles starting at £128, there is no excuse to miss out.
Photo courtesy of www.anomalousvisuals.co.uk. Stop Making Sense announces the first round of acts for their 2015 festival, running July 16 – 19 in Tisno, Croatia. Headlining acts include Skream, Jackmaster, Martyn, Anja Schneider, Nick Höppner, Anthony Naples and Sebo K. Other artists scheduled to perform include Miss Jools, And.ID, as well as a slew of others. More acts are set to be announced at a later date. Tickets are currently available for purchase via http://stopmakingsense.eu/sms-tickets/. Read more […]
One of Croatia’s super festivals, Sonus, has added more acts to current roster which includes Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice and more. Also joining the festivities will be John Digweed, Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers, Mathias Kaden, Seth Troxler and the list continues. Running from August 16th – 20th on Zcre Beach, attendees will be graced with a host of club and boat parties throughout the five day, five night period. Whilst early bird tickets are sold out, you can still purchase first and second releases, as well as VIP tickets.
Over the past five years, Tisno, Croatia has grown to be a must visit destination spot for the music festival scene. The Stop Making Sense Festival is one of the reasons why party-goers travel from all over the world to experience a wonder weekend of music, sun and beaches. Running July 31-Aug. 3rd, SMS have announced the first round of headlining acts which include Nick Höppner, T.Williams, Gerd Janson, Leon Vynehall, as well as Severino. 2014 also finds London establishment Corsica Studios Read more […]
Soundwave Festival have announced their incredible line up for this year’s event in Tisno, Croatia, taking place July 17th-21st. Acts include Fat Freddy’s Drop, Madlib, Mr. Scruff, The Bug, Gold Panda, Huey Morgan, Tawiah, OM Unit, and the list goes on and on! Celebrating it’s sixth year, the Soundwave Festival is considered to be one of the premier music events in Croatia, as well as one of the highlight global festivals of the summer. View the complete line up and ticket information at Read more […]
The Sonus Festival has recently announced the full line-up for this year’s event scheduled for the 21st-25th August. Located on Zrce Beach in Pag Island, Croatia, acts for the music fest includes Nick Curly, Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, Luciano, Seth Troxler, Pan-Pot, DJ Sneak, Magda and loads more. There will also be a slew of boat parties happening throuhout the week with parties from Time Warp, Wet Yourself, Fuse UK and Cadenza. Croatia has become the ultimate destination for clubbing Read more […]