DJ Mag is hosting an arena at the SW4 festival on Clapham Common this summer — and we can now reveal the line-up for the day.
Mistajam, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's main man in new dance and urban music, has just been added to the line-up for the 2014 South West Four festival in London this summer.
Above & Beyond — Jono, Tony and Paavo — will be the first British DJs to headline Madison Square Gardens in New York later this year. The event in October is timed to coincide with the 100th edition of their Group Therapy radio show, which will be broadcast live on the night.
A&B are one of the biggest UK acts, and have consistently featured in the higher echelons of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll over the past decade.
The SW4 line-up just got bigger and better — with the announcement that Eats Everything will be hosting his own stage.
We've also got some more line-up additions, joining headliners Above & Beyond (Saturday) and Deadmau5 (Sunday) for the August bank holiday weekend event on London's Clapham Common.
Earlier this month, we brought you the news that Above & Beyond would headline the Saturday at SW4.
The guys behind the event have now announced Deadmau5, in what they are calling their ‘most anticipated booking’ of all time.
At the end of last month, the following teaser video appeared online (below). Dramatically and artistically shot, it started off suggesting that some monumental event was going to befall London this summer — like a UFO landing, or something equally epic.
Trance titans Above & Beyond have been announced as Saturday headliners for this year’s SW4 festival.
The event, which takes place on Clapham Common on Saturday 23rd & 24th August, will be the trio’s only London show of 2014.
Fresh from their revolutionary acoustic shows, the group are now full of excitement for a more traditional homecoming:
Yesterday DJ Mag USA showcased the Above & Beyond unplugged live shows. Today the trance trio have announced that they will return to London this summer, for what they are calling their ‘biggest ever show’ in the capital.
Face it. Often, the biggest acts in electronic music come at us like bass-dropping wolves. Above & Beyond is the group that bears a unique calling card to distinguish itself from the pack. In lieu of a signature synth, viral videos or outlandish stage gimmicks, the British trance trio has established a legacy based on one word: connection. Sure they boast over two million followers across social media, as well as legion of worldwide fans that live Tweet during their weekly podcasts.