Lakota, Blue Mountain and Coroners Court will see a variety of talented DJs performing into the early hours of Saturday morning, with the headline act for Blue Mountain being the South West's own Danny Byrd. Byrd is recognised for his dedication to Garage and Drum & Bass which should have you raving until the sun comes up.
Lakota has Julio Bashmore taking centre stage with his incredibly recent success he is sure to impress the crowd with some funky house tunes.
Coroners Court will see B Traits make an appearance. This Canadian female is not to be underestimated, with floor fillers such as ‘Fever’ she is a force to be reckoned with. With a career which is just starting out she’s sure to give Coroners Court some new material and hot blooded energy.
The Big Chill
This intimate venue will provide a more relaxed enclosure for a bit of a post festival prune with the Shambarber sessions returning to the bar. After a hard day stomping to Jessie Ware you might just need to put your feet up. Special guests are also expected to make an appearance so you can get some of that festival mud off whilst listening to a half decent musician? Who knows?
The Alpha male of the Bristol clubbing scene, this incredible venue will be playing host to a number of acts who performed at the festival. If you couldn’t get enough of their set Gorgon City will be headlining Motion which is sure to majorly kick off some serious bass. Supporting him is Shadow Child, the producer of some mind blowing deep house which should have fans of the genre entranced with his melodic beats.
Sunday night will see the legendary DJ, David “Ram Jam” Rodigan throw down his reggae beats, with support from Dismantle. Some nice chilled house tunes, for party goers to have a casual bop. The headliners of the evening will interlock in a DJ battle. Trap Magazine and Who Cares, will go head to head with various DJs playing head to head to bring you some great house music.
The Marble Factory
A new club on the Bristol scene, The Marble Factory will be host to the likes of Four Tet and Floating Points. This mix of electronic psychedelia is sure to make the most composed of ravers start time tripping and babbling about their own existence. A great way to round off your festival listening to some chilled out electronic music on a Sunday evening.
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