Hooray! Field Day will be back for another round in 2016.
It's the tenth run for the much-loved east London festival, and the brains behind the operation are pulling out all the stops to make it extra special.
They've even revealed the first wave of the line-up a whopping six months in advance and there's plenty in store for dance music aficionados.
Saturday’s acts include Four Tet, plus German selectors Roman Flügel and DJ Koze, with live shows from Skepta, Floating Points and Holly Herndon. Sunday's line-up includes PJ Harvey and Beach House.
Floating Points is set to drop his debut LP next month and another track from the LP is available to stream via his Soundcloud.
The latest track to be revealed from the album is 'Peroration Six', that follows moody cuts 'Silhouettes (I, II & III)' and 'Nespole', and is available to listen to below.
Floating Points' new album 'Elaenia' is out 6th November via Pluto (UK) and Luaka Bop (USA).
Four Tet will headline Dimensions Festival's epic opening fiesta this year, kicking off on Wednesday 26th August in Pula, Croatia.
Held in a 2000-year-old Roman amphitheatre, Floating Points and Little Dragon will play alongside the live show from Four Tet, with more names yet to be announced.
Floating Points’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix is now available to listen back on BBC iPlayer.
Sam Shepherd’s set is a characteristically eclectic mix of rare cuts, hidden gems from his vast vinyl collection, and his own edits. The two-hour mix covers everything from latin to disco to jazz and techno with tracks from Gil Scott-Heron, Pearson Sound, Lucy and Eddie Fowlkes.
The former Plastic People selector recently relased his debut album 'Elaenia' on Luaka Bop / Pluto.
What better way to celebrate Beltane than with scintillating beats from two of electronic music’s hardest working producers? On Friday, May 01st, Four Tet (Kieran Hebden) and Floating Points (Sam Shepherd) decamp to the Sugar Hill Disco in Brooklyn for an all-night, all-vinyl back to back set in the outlaw disco tradition of getting down in closed restaurants and pop-up clubs.
Plastic People, one of the most historically important clubs in London, is set to close. The club, which was home to the famed FWD>> night that was so essential in dubstep's formation, has also been host to residencies from Floating Points, Four Tet, Theo Parrish, James Blake and Carl Craig.