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Nkisi, Rian Treanor, 96 Back, more announced as residents for Hope Works and No Bounds 2021

Alex McLean and Gracie T will also join the roster

The residencies for Sheffield's Hope Works club and No Bounds festival have been announced.

London-based, Congolese-Belgian DJ Nkisi is among the DJs joining the roster, with Yorkshire-born artist Rian Treanor and Local Action affiliate 96 Back also set to take up residencies and perform at this year's No Bounds festival.

Elsewhere, artists including Alex McLean, Gracie T, Porter Brook, Rumbi Tauro and Diessa will also perform as residents this year.

"For the 2021 edition we have added a new cast of residents to illustrate a wide array of adventurous electronic music and art that is emerging in the scene," Hope Works and No Bounds said in a press release. "No Bounds is committed to supporting new and break-out artists as well as established acts in order to provide a sonically diverse team who will represent and collaborate with us now and in the future."

No Bounds festival will take place from the 15th - 17th October at multiple venues across Sheffield, with other performances at the event coming from the likes of Aya, Batu, Ben UFO, Helen Hauff, India Jordan, Loraine James, SHERELLE, Tim Reaper and VTSS, as well as showcases from Nyege Nyege Festival and Hyperdub

Find out more about the festival here.