Uniting dance music lovers from all over, Eastern Electrics Festival celebrates the diversity of the electronic music scene. Located at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire on Saturday August 2nd, this year’s all day spectacular promises to bring the club atmosphere to the festival field.
With acts performing on seven stages, the jam-packed line up consists of dark electronica from Monika Kruse, trademark bass from Art Department, the soulful sounds from Kerri Chandler, noise adventurer Maxxi Soundsystem and global house export Steve Lawler, BPitch Control head honcho Ellen Allien, mulletover man Geddes, secretsundaze boys Giles Smith and James Priestley, plus cosmic innovator Mano Le Tough and techno selector tINI, Colin Chiddle, Dyed Soundorom, Jack & I and more.
On the Red Bull Studios Live stage, catch Hot Natured and Infinity Ink member Ali Love playing a live festival exclusive, up-and-coming soulful DJ Catching Flies, and Chicago’s own Derrick Carter, plus boundary-defying fusionist Mumdance joins bass figurehead Pinch for a back-to-back set, and London house head T.Williams and underground house duo Waze & Odyssey. The Rinse stage is headed up by Frenchman Agoria with his blend of jazz-infused techno. He’ll be joined by Daniel Avery, Dense & Pika, Loefah, Route 94 and Tom Shorterz on the RC1 Soundsystem.
If the musical talent isn’t enough to keep you occupied, you’ll also find rides, pillow fights, cabaret, face-painting, live performances, DJs and the Electric Boo-Dior in the Electric City. Tickets are selling out fast so make sure to grab yours before they’re all gone.
For those people that hate to see a good party end, the Eastern Electrics After Party will be held The Coronet Theatre. Kerri Chandler, Route 94, Tania Vulcano, Monika Kruse and Voyeur appear for the dedicated Eastern Electrics family, as well as a room hosted by East London warehouse promoter Art of the Muse and vinyl specialists Phonica Records, and Bristol party starters Just Jack.