SECOND WAVE OF ARTISTS ANNOUNCED FOR BLOC 2015

Second wave of artists announced for Bloc 2015
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SECOND WAVE OF ARTISTS ANNOUNCED FOR BLOC 2015



Written by Oscar Henson
17 Monday 17th November 2014

Heavyweight international additions include Moodyman, Clark, Levon Vincent and DVS1, who will be joined by UK stalwarts Joy Orbison, Scuba and Midland.

The bill features label showcases by Numbers, Hessle Audio, Houndstooth and Ostgut Ton. The label arm of Berlin’s Berghein nightclub is set to bring its unique breed of hard techno to the South West, with Rødhåd, Answer Code Request, Perc and Cut Hands in tow.

The new line up includes an impressive Bristolian contingent, with Livity Sound, Vessel, October, Hodge and Shanti Celeste all featuring. A contrast to the techno-heavy roster is provided by jungle/drum and bass legends Dillinja, Doc Scott, Randall and Source Direct.

Other highlights include Dean Blunt, Akkord, Objekt, Randomer, Call Super, Ron Morelli and Lee Gamble.

The new additions will join Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettman, Modeselektor, Ben UFO, Hudson Mohawke and more at the Butlins Resort in Minehead next March. To view the complete line up, head over to the Bloc 2015 website.

Second wave line-up

Moodymann
Clark – Phosphor
Scuba
Phuture
Levon Vincent
Dean Blunt
Joy Orbison
Rødhåd
DVS1
Ben Sims
DJ Funk
Egyptian Lover
Answer Code Request
Midland
Function/Inland
Dillinja
Livity Sound
Donato Dozzy
Objekt
Space Dimension Controller
Ron Morelli
Helena Hauff
DJ Qu
Marquis Hawkes
Millie and Andrea
Samuel Kerridge
Perc
Cut Hands
Raime Jungle DJs
Clouds
Ryan Elliott
Nick Höppner
TR\\ER
Vessel
Call Super
Akkord
Lee Gamble
Mr Ties
Paula Temple
Traxx
Doc Scott
Randall
Source Direct
October
Randomer
Second Storey
Ed Chamberlain
Spencer
Andy Blake
Benton
Hodge
Shanti Celeste
Scott Fraser
Alex Coulton
Joe Hart
Rubin

Showcases

Ostgut Ton
Numbers
Hessle Audio
Boiler Room
Houndstooth
Electric Minds
World Unknown
Bodyhammer
Chapter 10
Make Me
Crack Magazine

 

 

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