Electronic dance music festival Gottwood - celebrating 10 years in 2019 and which takes place on the Carreglwyd Estate, in Anglesey, Wales from Thursday 6th until Sunday 9th June 2019 - has announced its first wave of acts.
Located within a Welsh forest next to a secluded beach, the festival is supporting the fast rising stars of the scene as well as inviting respected selectors and live acts from around the world. For the 10th anniversary there's returns for the likes of Hunee, Sonja Moonear, Bradley Zero, Move D (pictured above, at Gottwood 2017), Ruf Dug, Palms Trax, Andrew Weatherall, Margaret Dygas, Antal and Craig Richards, as well as debutants such as Shanti Celeste, Luca Lozano, Jamie Tiller, Ivan Smagghe, Donna Leake, DJ Boring and Peach.
For the 8th year Hypercolour will be hosting with techno mainstay DJ Stingray, Josey Rebel and Mor Elian. Craig Richards will b2b with Nicolas Lutz for 5 hours, and another pairing has Andrew Weatherall b2b with Manfredas. Old time jungle stalwarts 2 Bad Mice return and host their stage alongside Panorama Bar resident Martyn and Fuses Enzo Siragusa, who will be treating dancers to a rare jungle set. Bristol's Banoffee Pies throw an exciting curveball into the mix with a special live performance from LA's pioneering hip hop producer Egyptian Lover , and further live acts across the weekend include Radioactive Man, KiNK, and in support of their new album due next year Paranoid London.
dBridge brings his unique strain of drum and bass, hosting an Exit Records showcase featuring Skeptical and Fixate amongst others. Illian Tapes Zenker Brothers and their label mate Skee Mask will be appearing, as will legendary Frankfurt club Robert-Johnson, coming for their first Gottwood in celebration of their own 20 years with a takeover from Ata and Orson wells.
For the full list of acts see the details below, with many more still to be announced.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £165.
Gottwood is an over 18s event and no children will be admitted onto site.
Alfos, Andrew Weatherall b2b Manfredas, Antal, Archie Hamilton, Ata, Bradley Zero, Craig Richards, dBridge, DJ Boring, DJ Stingray, Egyptian Lover (live), Enzo Siragusa (Jungle Set), Felix Dickinson, Grain, Hunee, Ivan Smagghe, Jamie Tiller, Josey Rebelle, Kink (live), Luca Lozano, Margaret Dygas, Martyn, Mor Elian, Move D, Nicolas Lutz, Orpheu The Wizard, Palms Trax, Paranoid London (live), Peach, Peter Van Hoesen, Radioactive Man (live), Ruf Dug, Saiorse, Shanti Celeste, Skee Mask, Skeptical, Sonja Moonear, Tristan Da Cunha, Zenker Brothers.
2 Bad Mice, A Future, Aaron L, Alison Swing, Blackhall & Bookless, Cedric Maison, Ceri, Christophe, Dave Harvey, Dolenz, eLDOKO, Em Williams, Fixate, Glowing Palms, Hamish Cole, Hesseltime, Itoa, Jonny Sleight, Josh Tweek, Kijana, Krywald & Farrer, Lukas Wigflex, Marlon Hoffstadt, N_Gynn, Not An Animal, Peak & Swift, Rich Reason, Robert James, Robin Ordell, S_AS, See Thru Hands (live), Sven Atterton (live), Swayward, Sparkz, Truthos Mufasa, Wayne Holland, Wolf Music.
Adam Curtain, Adam Ross, Adop+, Aidan Doherty, Andrew Hill, Baby Whale, Brothers of Jah, Chad, Ciaran Hansen, Dan Jordan, Demi Riquisimo, Ed Steele, Frenchy, Garden Masters, George Marks, Goodness DJs, Harri Pepper, Harry Sheehan, Hizatron, Hugh Bailey, Jac The Disco, Jake Manders, Jenny Jen, Jigsaw, Jive Talk, Kaim Shah, Keith Lorraine, Lucid Stannard, Mark Hume, Master & Commander, Metrodome, Move DJs, Mr Price, Musical Medicine DJs, Nanny Banton, Neil Thomson, Pharoah Brunson, Ramji b2b Gavin Hogan, Raoul Rechnitz, Renata, Rosie Ama, Sam Bangura, Sam Siggers, Ste Chester, Tom & Phil, Viscera DJs.
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