One festival that should need no introduction, the sprawling microcosm of madness that is Glastonbury remains a festival experience like no other in the country.
The raver’s choice, Glade has become the essential annual mash-down for the discerning festival-loving electronic music connoisseur — especially boosted by its move to the Matterley Bowel last year, after years of dire sound level clampdowns in its previous site.
An intimate boutique offering, Kendal Calling has emerged as one of the most innovative independent festivals over recent years.
A social institution for thousands of London clubbers, SW4 is now a two-day event with Sunday’s event replacing Get Loaded festival on the common.
Three is the magic number for London’s Lovebox this year, for they’re stretching out their outdoor East London shenanigans from Friday to Sunday for the first time.
Stadium-filling dance superstars, Brit-hop badboys, trance titans, drum & bass dons, hardcore heroes, techno trailblazers, electro icons and dubstep devastators…
Growing from a word-of-mouth celebration of mind-bending downtempo music for 700 like-minded experience seekers to the globally recognised 35,000 plus festival it is today, the Big Chill’s 16-year legacy makes it something of a national treasure on the Brit festival circuit.
Redlight - the artist formerly known as Clipz - is flipping the dance script, shattering genres into a million pieces and pioneering a mongrel music that’s thrilling a new electronic generation.
With a barrel full of dancefloor killers in his arsenal and a series of key festival appearances throughout the summer, he’s poised for greatness. DJmag learns more…
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