While East London festival Land of Kings might have a noble name, it's unlikely that you're going to find Harry and Wills hanging around Dalston, East London's trendiest postcode, when it plays host to the event on the 4th and 5th of May.
Set over 13 venues – including Dalston Roofpark, The Alibi, Vortex Jazz Club and Shacklewell Arms – the line-up still look set to cause a right royal knees up with local talents, such as the Lovely Jonjo and Dan Beaumount, alongside box fresh producers including Funkineven and Eliphino, and bands du jour like DFA's Factory Floor. Most exciting for DJ Mag, however, is the appearance of US disco and wonky house producer, the equally wonky Maurice Fulton, who plays on Saturday night.
Tickets are £20 for one day or £30 for both with music running from 6pm to 5am.
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