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15 massive tracks from Farr Festival 2018

Getting weird in the woods at one of the UK's greatest annual celebrations of underground house and techno...

Farr Festival took place in Hertforshire's Bygrave Woods last weekend (5th to 8th July). Check out 15 massive tracks from the event below.

One of the UK's greatest annual celebrations of underground house and techno, this year’s Farr saw standout sets from Hunee, Antal, Gerd Janson, Job Jobse, Lena Willikens, DJ Stingray, Debonair, Eclair Fifi and O'Flynn.

Growing in size once again, Farr has continued to reposition itself as a mid-size festival having come from small, home-grown roots. The second year of festival's new The Factory arena, its new main stage, saw the space establish itself as a unique industrial venue outside the woods with live performances scheduled on the most part.

Hidden within the woods, The Shack, the festival's original main stage, continues to showcase the biggest names in house, techno and disco alongside up and coming stars. The Adventures In Success stage, also growing in size as well as sound this year, presents Farr's more discerning artists, while the sound at Ma Dahu’s is practically unparalleled on the UK festival circuit.

Next year will see the festival celebrate its 10th anniversary, with the dates will be revealed soon. While you wait, check out 15 massive tracks from Farr 2018 below.


 

Jeff Mills
'The Bells'

Dead or Alive
'You Spin Me'

Krystal Klear
'Neutron Dance'

New Order
'Bizarre Love Triangle'

Fever
'Beat of the Night'

Duke Lake
'Do You (Vocal 12" Version)'

The Prodigy
'Your Love'

Krystal Klear
'Just a Little (Sunday Service mix)'

KiNK
'Perth (Original Mix)'

Pale Blue
'You Stopped Dying'

2 Bad Mice
'Bombscare'

Zero B
'Lock Up'

Gibson Brothers
'Ooh What a Life (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)’

Kevin Saunderson
'The Groove That Won't Stop'

Butch
'Countach'

Photo: James North

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Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

 

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