Heading to Brockwell Park this weekend? Here's a guide to just ten of the most exciting acts hitting south London.
The punk queen of techno, Helena Hauff has become one of, if not the, most exhilarating DJ on the circuit. Her ear-splitting sets run from electro to acid and industrial at blistering pace.
A rapper by name, but Loyle Carner's discography is as far apart from your typical idea of rap as can be. Combining elements of spoken word with heartfelt and often emotional lyrics, his sets are both honest and energetic at the same time.
Stars of the hit TV series People Just Do Nothing, the crew behind everyone's favourite pirate radio station hit Brockwell Park to give a lesson in how to (and probably how not to) deliver a UKG set to remember.
Groovy, vibey and delivered with a huge smile on her face, make sure you catch Jayda G if you're all about an infectious dose of funk, soul and disco.
Just as you'd expect from a neuroscientist-turned-DJ, Floating Points sets are as brainy as much as they are banging. Drawing on his vast musical spectrum, don't be surprised if a jazz or soul track is dropped amongst the sparkly house.
A certified living legend, the neo-soul singer-cum-activist will no doubt mesmerise Brockwell Park on Friday night. And as this is her only UK show this summer, you'll be a fool to miss it.
Ross From Friends
It feels like Ross From Friends is electronic music's man of the moment right now. As sad p.m. puts it in the comments to his Boiler Room: "literally pushing house music into the future." Put better than I ever could.
IAMDDB's fierce mix of hip-hop, trap and jazz has taken the music industry by storm, with Beats 1 host Julie Adenuga describing her as "the most exciting artist to watch" this year. Once you've seen her live, it's easy to see why.
Following on from the Hauff on the RA stage is none other than versatile Londoner Daniel Avery. Having carved out a reputation thanks to his distinctive, alternative take on techno, his set are always full of surprise.
The 23 year old grime MC continues to make a name for himself in the capital's circles and beyond. One of the genre's shining lights, he's sure to bring the party to Brockwell Park.
Field Day will take place on the 1st and 2nd June 2018. Find out more on our guide, and book your last minute trip to the festival here.
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