Issue 74

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7 11 Issue 74 / 2015 GUESTLIST Bank Holiday Weekend TWo - 23rd & 24TH May 1. ouTBreak FesTival, 23rd - 24TH May Make this Bank Holiday a big one and head to Raceway Fields & Forest, Donnington Park for Outbreak, one of the biggest and best festivals these shores will see. The latest line-up updates include Katy B, Wiley, Waze & Odyssey, Deetron, Armand Van Helden, Nick Curly, and Josh Butler. London Elektricity and Wilkinson provide the d&b, Stormzy and JME have grime on lock and Oxide & Neutrino will be bringing the garage. 2. losT village, 23rd – 24TH May Venture deep into the Lincolnshire countryside for Lost Village and you'll find some of the world's best dynamic and forward-thinking electronic music. This more intimate affair, taking place in an abandoned woodland village, will see festivalgoers party in old cabins and medieval ruins, with the likes of Annie Mac, Four Tet, Hannah Wants and Maribou State leading an adventure through sound. This will be one to remember! 3. CoMMon PeoPle, 23rd – 24TH May Take a trip down to Southampton and get your Bestival fix early from Common People. You can enjoy the delights of Fatboy Slim, Grace Jones, Dusky, Years & Years, and DJ Yoda, but take the time to check out the unsigned acts gracing the Uncommon Stage, where you'll see it all, from indie to laptop production and everything in between. Rob Da Bank has hooked up with Joiners and Pie and Vinyl to bring you the freshest new music around. 4. seCreTsundaze May Bank Holiday sPeCial, 24TH May For all those staying in London over the Bank Holiday weekend, shimmy on down to Studio 338's terrace for the return of secretsundaze. They're keeping the headliner under wraps for the moment, but Delano Smith is flying in all the way from Detroit to deliver driving house and techno. Jeremy Underground is also joining the party, and we can't wait what he pulls out of his deep crate! You've got a little more time to plan this weekend out, so go bigger and better for round two. With some cracking festival weekenders on, it'd be rude not to.

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