One of the great festivals, Love Saves the Day, gives you all the best music you can pack into the weekend.
Team Love has worked hard to deliver international acts as well as the best of Bristol’s thriving local electronic scene.
Bonobo, aka British composer and DJ Simon Green uses samples from the outside world to create melody and rhythm. Eats Everything defines a new genre of forward-thinking underground house music, and Joy Orbison rounds things out with infectious dubstep.
If you just can’t make it on the Saturday day of Love, you get another chance for LSTD on Sunday with a whole new line-up.
Break dance moves at pow wows and round-dance flashmobs are all in store whenever you see Canadian DJ collective A Tribe Called Red on stage. This three-man crew are a natural extension of the burgeoning community of young Aboriginal artists who are breaking barriers. ATCR are touring the U.S. and you can see them at Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit on May 27. A Tribe Called Red Movement Electronic Music Festival KadmusArts Podcast with ATCR
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6 (+1) From 2012
It’s always tempting to rush out at the end of a year, and proclaim the “best of” list for new albums. Trouble is, some of those “best of” don’t always hold up so well to second or third rounds of listening. Here are six (plus one) artists with outstanding releases in 2012 that have made it through our tough repeat listening standards: