Just a few days now until Found Festival hits Brockwell Park in South London. More than 80% of all tickets are now sold out, so you best get to it if you’re keen to join the fun this Saturday.
Brixton’s in for a shock, there’s a killer line-up of DJs spanning across all 5 stages. Here’s a few of our favourites that are getting us in the mood:
Motor City Drum Ensemble:
The idea of listening to the kind of soulful, disco-influenced sets MCDE likes to throw down on a Saturday afternoon in a park is a really exciting one. Make sure you’re at the main stage between 3 & 4 pm.
The genius from Tel Aviv that is Guy Gerber is heading up the main stage from 7.30pm and taking the festival to it’s close 90 minutes later. Need we say more.
The prolific DJ and producer is playing a live set from 4.30pm on George FitzGerald’s specially-curated stage. If it’s even half as good as this Boiler Room set we’re in for a treat.
The Black Madonna:
The DJ, producer and chief booker at Chicago’s Smart Bar will be flying over the pond to play the ‘Feelings’ stage at half 2 in the afternoon. Alongside other HD faves Francis Inferno Orchestra and Ron Trent, she’ll be playing an undoubtedly eclectic 90-minute set. Check out the lively set she did for Beats In Space for a taster:
The busy label and promoters from Amsterdam consisting of Casper Tielrooij, Jan van Kampen and Thomas Martojo will be bringing their fine selections to George FitzGerald’s stage from midday. It’s early but it’ll be worth it.
They also run Dekmantel Festival which takes place in Amsterdam in August and is featured in our festival feature we posted t’other day. Check it out.