Nozstock festival release the next faze of artists for this years event and raise their game way beyond anyones expectations!
Deep breath and here we go…
Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Charli XCX, Sonic Boom Six, Eddy Temple Morris, Dense & Pika, Radio Riddler Productions, Dizraeli and The Small Gods, The Mouse Outfit featuring Dr Syntax and Sparkz, Tako Lako, Too Many T’s, More Like Trees, Le Galaxie, GAPS, BIG DEAL, New Town Kings, The ASBO Disco, benji tranter, Typesun, TwoManTing, Jess Morgan, SKETCHBEAT, Paper Tiger and Caolin Clay.
Plus SIKA studios are back with SplitProphets, The Skuff & Inja Show, Devilman d.e.velopment, High Focus and Subsize favourites OFF ME NUT RECORD$!
Get your tickets now: http://www.nozstock.com/tickets
Full line up below.
Nozstock: The Hidden Valley release their second wave of acts…
Nozstock favourite, The Grarden Stage announces James Zabiela headlining Saturday whilst Friday welcomes Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show. Shogun head honcho Friction returns to Nozstock with Linguistics on mic duties.
Over on The Orchard Stage Molotov Jukebox and The Heavy have been announced and RAM Records are taking over the Cubicles on Saturday night with Andy C, Calyx and Teebee, D.C Breaks, Frankee and Ray Rampage.
As if this weren’t enough theres even more huge act announcements – BBC Producer of The Year T.C, Jubei, Stealth, Uncle Dugs and Joe Ford. All in all this is Nozstock’s biggest line up to date and we’re only on the second announcement!
Keep an eye on here for the latest…
Check out nozstock.com for full up to date line up.
We’re teaming up with our friends at Good Street Records to bring you another instalment of Frenetik at Roll for the Soul, Bristol.
Despondant, Skimatix, Ventah, Ulex, B3NO and Traxix will all be heading down this coming Saturday for a footwork, jungle and Juke workout sharing their latest and favourite in uk and world 160 bass.
Head down from 7pm – 11pm.
More details HERE
Saturday 5th April will see one of Bristol’s finest architectural landmarks overrun with party people for the launch of Set it Out with Kings Westons House being taken over for the night.
Featuring three rooms of music with showcases from record labels Hypercolour, Idle Hands and Peng Sound as well as promoters Ruffnek Diskotek. Visuals for the event will come from Limbic Cinema, a collective of artists that specialise in mapping projections.
With the line up being kept under wraps for the time being it goes with out saying that it will match up to the hype and with early bird tickets sold and and tier 2 not far behind it would seem that you guys agree! So don’t sit back get over to Crack magazine and get yours now!
For more information visit www.setitout.co.uk or find Set it Out on Facebook.