Butlins Minehead is giving its red coats a break and gearing up to host a who’s who of techno, house and electronic music next March.
Bloc has just announced its first wave of artists, and 2016’s edition of the weekender is looking bigger and better than ever.
That’s Thom Yorke (performing ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’), Four Tet, Jeff Mills, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock, Floating Points, Holly Herndon, Carl Craig, Evian Christ, Powell, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Trade (Surgeon & Blawan), Ben UFO, Tama Sumo b2b Lakuti, Andrew Weatherall b2b Optimo, Aurora Halal, Steffi, Objekt, Helena Hauff, Omar-S, Midland, Daniel Avery, Lone, Laurel Halo, Magic Mountain High, Ugandan Methods, Daniel Miller, Demdike Stare, Lakker, Dasha Rush, Shanti Celeste and Fatima Yamaha.
The weekender will also feature a daytime programme in association with the London Electronic Music Event, with panels, keynotes and workshops all scheduled.
Phew. If that’s too much to take in, check out the teaser trailer below.
The weekender runs between March 11th-13th. Early birds have sold out but you can still buy tickets from the Bloc website.
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