OFFSónar have announced the bills for this year's Get Lost and Drumcode parties.
Doubling up as their second line-up announcement, the Barcelona festival - which returns to Poble Espanyol from June 18th to 21st - has revealed that label boss Adam Beyer, Cirez D and Ida Engberg are among the names set to play the Drumcode party at Plaza Mayor.
Sonár has confirmed a further wave of acts for this summer's event, including Dax J (who will play b2b with Blawan), Andy C and The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Band. The latter will play the festival's closing concert.
Honey Dijon and Louie Vega are scheduled to play b2b together for the first time, while there are also newly confirmed slots from Afrodeutsche, Acid Arab, PAN label head Bill Kouligas and Neon Chambers, the collaborative project of Sigha and Kangding Ray.
OFFSónar has locked the likes of Carl Cox, Adam Beyer and Amelie Lens for its 2019 outing.
As well as announcing that it's moving to July (18th-21st), organisers have revealed the showcases for 2019. See the full line-up, as part of the first announcement, below.
Disclosure will debut music from their forthcoming new album at next year's Sónar.
The English production duo - comprising brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence - will also unveil a new live set at the annual Barcelona festival, which runs across July 18th-20th next year.
The pair announced the news via Twitter.
Sónar turned 25 last weekend, running from Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th June in Barcelona. Check out 50 massive tracks from Sónar week below.
The festival broke its attendance record as Sónar celebrated its quarter of a century, with 126,000 people visiting from 119 countries.
Nina Kraviz’s epic трип showcase stole the show at Sónar last weekend (Friday 15th June), with the party hosting DJ Rush, Bjarki, Steve O'Sullivan, Deniro, Shadowax and more at El Monasterio of El Poble Espanyol.
The трип showcase took place at Barcelona’s open-air museum, where nine OFFSónar parties ran between 14th and 17th June in tandem with Sónar festival’s 25th edition.
Moodymann played Carl Craig’s Detroit Love party at OFFSónar’s first day at Poble Espanyol (14th June). You can check out 14 massive tracks from his set below.
The enigmatic Detroit icon span an eclectic mix of music, jumping effortlessly between disco, techno, classic rock and more.
DJ Rush is a techno icon.
A selector since the late '80s, cutting his teeth with a residency at the Reactor in Chicago, he quickly became a central figure in the city’s scene.
1. J Fernandes
2. DJ Scale Ripper
'Kovacs on Acid'
3. Basic Frame
'Metal Blows (Tool Mix)'
4. Axel Karakasis
'Cone of Power'
6. Human Insect
7. Oscar P
(Open Bar Music)
8. Scarlet Zwart
'Stranded On Neptune'
10. Sandro Galli