Galantis, Basement Jaxx (DJ) and Eli & Fur are among the new wave of acts added to South West Four's 2018 line-up.
The London festival returns to Clapham Common for its 15th outing on Saturday August 25th and Sunday 26th. More names added to Saturday’s bill include Icarus (Live), Detlef b2b Latmun and Will Clarke. Names added to Sunday’s line-up include Fine Art, Sam Divine, Flux Pavillion and Toddla-T b2b Redlight.
Armand Van Helden, Dillon Francis and Hannah Wants are among the names added to the line-up for South West Four festival 2018.
The London festival, which celebrates its 15th outing this year on 25th and 26th August, has also locked the likes of Example & DJ Wire Soundsystem, MK, Wilkinson, Don Diablo, Camo & Krooked, Lethal Bizzle, Jax Jones (Live), Holy Goof and Oliver Heldens as part of its phase two announcement, adding to an already stacked list of headliners.
Armin van Buuren and DJ EZ have been announced as headliners for South West Four festival's 2018 event in London.
The long-standing festival, which is set to celebrate 15 years in operation in 2018, will host Armin van Buuren on its indoor main stage on Saturday 25th August, followed by DJ EZ on Sunday 26th August.
Other confirmed headliners for 2018 include Marshmello and Chase & Status, alongside appearances from Dizzee Rascal, Craig David, Jonas Blue, Sigma and Stefflon Don.
Bucket-wearing DJ and producer Marshmello has been added to SW4's Together main stage line-up where he will be performing alongside the likes of Pendulum, Tinie Tempah, Wilkinson and Duke Dumont on Saturday 26th August.
His SW4 performance at Clapham Common is his only London festival date this summer, and whether you love him or hate him there's no denying that Marshmello is one of the biggest EDM DJs on the circuit today.
Deadmau5 and Marco Carola are the latest names to be announced for SW4 festival, taking place on London's Clapham Common on 26th and 27th August.
Other just released names include live sets from UK duo Dusky and Irish techno don Matador, alongside music from Nicky Romero, Pan-Pot, The Martinez Brothers, DJ Zinc and Chris Lorenzo.
Eric Prydz has been revealed as a Saturday headliner for SW4 festival in London, taking place 26th and 27th August on Clapham Common.
The Swedish DJ/producer joins already announced acts Sigma (Live), Hannah Wants, Mistajam, Sigma, Duke Dumont and Sonny Fodera vs. Low Steppa, alongside much-loved D&B act Pendulum, who will perform their first show in six years at the festival.
Other new acts joining the Saturday bill also include MK, Heidi, Sam Feldt, Patrick Topping and Maya Jane Coles.
Joseph Capriati is the rapidly-rising Italian techno star who's broadened his sound out for Ibiza to inject more groove into it. Leaving behind the Music On night with Marco Carola at Amnesia on the White Isle, he's teamed up with Jamie Jones for some dates at Paradise at DC10 this summer — playing some back-to-back sets with the Hot Creations man in the process — and has been busy setting up his own new label and touring the world.
Once best-known for its pioneering part in new beat and techno, Netsky — aka Antwerp's Boris Daenen — has been flying the flag for the Belgium scene since bursting out of his home country in 2009 with his eponymous drum & bass debut album for Hospital Records. Following this up in 2012 with the domestic chart-topping '2', June saw the release on his new album called, you guessed it, '3'...
With SW4 just around the corner, this year’s after-parties will be taking place at London’s Electric Brixton, it has been announced.
Confirmed to play on Saturday 27th August will be Eric Prydz (who’ll play for three hours), Alan Fitzpatrick and Cristoph.
Set to play on the next day, Sunday 28th August, will be New York legend Danny Tenaglia, John Digweed (which’ll be his thirteenth appearance at the festival), Cocoon's Ilario Alicante and UK techno dons, Dense & Pika.
London-based festival SW4 have announced they'll be campaigning to have British DJ Carl Cox awarded an MBE.
According to a press release from SW4, the festival is “calling for Carl to be rewarded for four decades of devoting himself to his art form and dedicating his life to spreading the sounds of UK house and techno to the four corners of the planet.”
The MBE honours system recognises people who have either made achievements in public life or committed themselves to serving and helping Britain.