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Renowned for its star-studded line-ups spanning grime, R&B, pop, dance, electronica and more, Sundown Festival has become the essential summer closing party, providing one last chance to party in the sunshine with some of the world’s most exciting artists.
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Bolstering her place in pop’s hot property with her female-forward hits and co-signed to Major Toms/Asylum, former 3 x world karate champion Anne-Marie has collaborated with a wealth of household names over her career to date including Rudimental, a band whom she toured the world with as their lead vocalist for two years, and Clean Bandit. Her joint single with Clean Bandit and Sean Paul, 'Rockabye', topped the charts in 8 countries including the UK, while in 2018 she notched up hits in the UK at no.4 and 5 respectively with 'Friends' and '2002' and her debut album 'Speak Your Mind' reached no.3.
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Tinie Tempah originated from South London, gaining notoriety in 2006 with his underground debut single 'Wifey'. Later, Tinie Tempah (real name Patrick Junior C. Okongwu) would come to top the UK charts in 2010 with 'Pass Out', a song 'about getting so out of it that you pass out'. In less than six months Tinie Tempah has gone from underground buzz artist to bona fide pop phenomenon.
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Timucin Kwong Wah Lam, known professionally as Jax Jones, is an English DJ, record producer, songwriter and remixer. He is best known for his 2017 single, You Don't Know Me, featuring RAYE which peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart, Instruction, featuring Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don and Breathe featuring Ina Wroldsen. He also featured on Duke Dumont's single, I Got U, which peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart in 2014.
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Born in Malaga, raised in Spain and spending 10 years in Stockholm, soulful singer Mabel has finally placed her roots in London. Daughter of Neneh Cherry and Massive Attack producer Cameron McVey, she was raised in a home with a bass heavy recording studio. She started playing piano at the age of five, inspired by R&B and choreographing routines to Destiny’s Child and Lauryn Hill with her sister. As a teen she avoided the musical path of her parents but then enrolled to study production and music theory at college in Stockholm but later changed her mind, and in 2015 she released her debut single Know Me Better which became a BBC Radio 1 Track Of The Day. After bubbling around the lower regions of the charts, in 2019 she had her first UK top 5 single with 'Don't Call Me Up'.
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A young artist from Hackney, London who has been hailed as the next big thing in hiphop, but he also experiments with different genres. Attempting to build a whole new sound, he combines contemporary RnB with Afrobeats, rap, opera and pop music
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Jonas Blue was born and raised in London and has so far taken the music industry by storm, implementing his musical cues in all of his undertakings. From pop to classic dance music, as well as delving into elements of tropical house.
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With her ferocious powerhouse soul vocal and impressively energetic live show, BRIT Award winner Ella Eyre has become an unstoppable force within British music. Her 2015 debut album 'Feline' reached no.4 on the UK album chart and she has notched up two no.1 singles in collaboration with Rudimental (2013's 'Waiting All Night') and as part of Artists For Grenfell with a cover of 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'. After a period with EMI, in 2019 she signed a new deal with Island Records.
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Example's meteoric rise from fresh-faced Fulham rapper to worldwide club anthem superstar has been nothing short of spectacular. Since first hitting the charts in 2009, Example has gone from strength to strength.
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Camden born rapper Ocean Wisdom spent years perfecting his craft, remaining relatively quiet, even in his home town of Brighton until a chance studio session gave birth to his debut track ‘Walkin’. Recorded in one take with no hook or ad-libs, just raw, unfiltered energy and originality this track kick started his meteoric rise. Ferocious and fierce with a faultless flow, Ocean Wisdom stays high on the agenda and has certainly cemented himself as one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the UK Rap scene.
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Whether the tracks are made for himself or for others, nearly everything produced by Maleek Berry is highly percussive and melodic, made for dancing and romancing. Active since the early 2010s, the British-born Nigerian artist became an in-house producer for Wizkid's Starboy Entertainment in 2013. After work for the likes of Wande Coal, Iyanya, Runtown, and Wizkid, as well as a slew of solo singles, Berry released his debut EP, Last Daze of Summer, through his Berry's Room label in 2016.
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From London's Camden, Charlie Sloth is an English DJ on BBC Radio 1xtra, producer, actor and TV presenter. From his humble DIY beginnings on pirate radio and underground clubs, he soon established himself as an entertaining MC on the garage and hip hip scenes. He produced the cult weekly online show 'Being Charlie Sloth', following the ups and downs in the life of an independent British rap artist, while embarking on his own material. With his combination of inventive writing, quick humour and skits, killer beats and a unique lyrical style, his tracks range from tense grime and rap to lighter electronic. On his debut album he enlisted the help of his friends and top UK rappers Stormzy, Ghetts, Lady Leschurr and Giggs, creating the ultimate rap mix tape. In doing so, Charlie is proving he can leap from underground to overground star.
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Kelli-Leigh is South London singer whose inspirations stem from Whitney Houston, Prince and Massive Attack. Her vocals have amassed over 350 million steams on Spotify including 2 x UK Official Chart No. 1 Singles with I Got U, Duke Dumont ft. Jax Jones and Second City, I Wanna Feel. Kelli-Leigh has made several appearances on Radio 1 Live Lounge and at major live music festivals across the UK.
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Marc “MK” Kinchen is a Detroit born artist, producer, DJ and songwriter and an internationally respected name in the world of House Music. MK is responsible for creating some of the defining sounds and biggest tracks of the early house. He has worked with the biggest international artists from Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z to Rihanna and Beyonce, but has also retained near unprecedented levels of credibility within the underground dance music scene, with records such as ‘Burning’, ‘4 You’ or ‘Push The Feeling On’ remaining staples in the wallets and boxes of house DJs the world over. Through his timeless productions, MK has influenced a new generation of producer, with the result that his sound is more relevant today than it ever has been.
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Greece DJ Detlef was nominated as best newcomer at the 2016 DJ Awards in Ibiza.
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Latmun (aka Nottingham's Joe Bradley) is a long-standing resident at Stealth, where he earned his chops as a DJ. This knowledge of what makes a straight up floor filler has filtered through into his productions.
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GW Harrison held his first residency at the tender age of 13, encouraged by a dad who was part of the original rave scene. A resident at Sheffield's iconic Gatecrasher while at uni, these days you can find him behind the decks of Abode, one of London's freshest parties, navigating his way around shade of house.
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DJ Zinc (real name Ben Pettit) is a DJ/producer hailing from East London, his career stretching back to 1993. Zinc went on to produce some of the most well known dance anthems such as 'Super Sharp Shooter' and '138 Trek'. After launching the seminal True Playaz label alongside Hype and Pascal and as part of the Ganja Kru, Zinc continued to release and produce many successful jungle and drum 'n' bass anthems throughout the 90s. In 2001 he launched a new label, Bingo Beats releasing tunes under a new sound he calls 'crack house'.
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D Double E
The MC’s favourite MC.
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In the world of electronic music, there are few bigger names than that of Andy C. Regarded as one of the greatest DJs to ever touch a turntable, the Ram Records founder has relentlessly dedicated almost two decades of his life to the music he loves. Much more than just a DJ, Andy C is a true figurehead for the drum & bass movement, within which he has been an instrumental player since its very beginnings. His DJ sets and seminal productions have helped to evolve the genre through the many stages of its evolution. His commitment to his craftsmanship has earnt him a status as one of the most iconic and important figures in global dance music culture.
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DJ/producer Holy Goof has emerged as one of the UK’s most promising acts. His sound, a fluid, bass-house hybrid referencing everything from bassline to grime, is squarely tilted at the club.
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The London based Drum and Bass super-star has redefined the genre with his gothically-inspired cinematic productions and spectacular live performances.
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Drum 'n' bass DJ with over 20 years experience.
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Distinkt is one of the newer names on the UK Bass scene, who made waves in 2017 with his tracks ‘Chinatown’ and ‘Slim Shady’ which gained support from UKF and some of the biggest names in the game.
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A Bristol and Southampton three piece post grunge rock outfit who have won Metal Hammer Demo of the Month and have had their debut USA album 'Space Corps' released in the UK.
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Miss Wants, notorious for her hard-hitting bass house style, is a self taught DJ from Birmingham. Over the past few years a new genre of house music has quickly risen to the forefront of the scene with Hannah securely taking the reigns as its leading lady. “Hannah Wants (aka Hannah Alicia Smith) is a star rapidly rising through the ranks not just in Birmingham but throughout the UK and beyond.” - Music Blog.
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Long associated with the legendary Defected Records, Sam Divine has come a long way since being a record shop employee having spent years being a key component to the White Isle’s party scene. Her travels have seen her tour throughout Europe as well as Brazil, Chile, Japan and Dominican Republic, with festival highlights including We Are FSTVL (UK) and Pacha Festival (The Netherlands) as well as securing a three year residency at Ushuaia, Ibiza. Without doubt one of the most popular and passionate DJs on the circuit, Sam Divine is a guaranteed floor-filler and party starter.
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Many know Paul Woolford's name through the 2005/6 slow-burning hit "Erotic Discourse", released on 2020 Vision, the Leeds label with which he made his name initially. The success of this proved he has the ability to create a genre-defining sound and led to sales of over 15,000, capturing the imagination of DJs across the board.
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Jess Bays has hit the house scene by storm! Offering the crowd a blend of uplifting vocals and tough tech beats, she has quickly become a recognised name on the circuit. Jess has a unique chunky house vibe, with a fresh old school twist honing into the bass undertones that balance perfectly between underground and commercial. Jess is crafting her way to be hot property on the global party scene, with remixes and edits that are showstopping. Jess has supported some of the biggest names in the industry, among the likes of Richy Ahmed, Annie Mac, Sam Divine, Lee Foss, Claude Von Stroke, Justin Martin, Hannah Wants and Sonny Fodera.
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After debuting on Radio 1's Essential Mix, Sonny Fodera has staked his claim as one of the biggest stars of house music's modern revival, earning him a 2016 nomination in the Deep House category of the DJ Awards.
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Low Steppa needs little introduction. Since the early years of this millennium he’s been producing some of the finest bass music around under various guises, whilst touring the globe and rocking some of the world’s best parties – from EDC in Los Angeles to Womb in Tokyo. His own imprint Simma Black Records is going from strength to strength, with Simma Black releases becoming a staple in many a DJ's crate. And with his own Simma parties packing clubbers in, Low Steppa certainly is a busy guy!
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Danny Howard currently presents Radio 1's Dance Anthems and was the winner of their 'Superstar DJ' competition in 2011. Danny has already notched up a list of enviable gigs, including playing at Space Ibiza, Ushuaia, a bi-weekly resident at Judgement Sundays as well as Judgement in Majorca.
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Raw 808 rhythms, club ready vocal cuts and a deeply addictive woozy-synth hook on lead track ‘The Label’ announces the arrival of Friend Within.
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Electronic band Disciples make a current yet timeless sound, combining house and garage with a hearty dose of sunshine vibes. Disciples are three young South London friends: Natahn Duvall, Gavin Kool and Luke Mac, who have spent the last few years behind the scenes, working with a diverse range of artists, from Ms Dynamite, Afrojack, to Roses Gabor. Now stepping out of the shadows, and into the spotlight, this trio of multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer/performers, have come together to form the exciting new group Disciples. Writing, producing and even singing (Luke) on their own tracks, the individual strengths of the trio collide to make something bigger than the sum of their parts as they flirt across genres to spin something fresh from their roots in house.
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Artwork makes up one third of Magnetic Man alongside Skream and Benga. He is one of the originators of Dubstep, described as one of the "legends of the dubstep genre".
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After spending his youth hanging around ghettos and seedy bars, on a diet of soul, funk and analogue synths, he started bleeping and blurting out his crazy sounds.
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Horse Meat Disco
Inspired by the halcyon days of New York nightlife, acclaimed London DJ collective that bring together classics, italo disco, oddities, punk funk,80s boogie, electro, fresh edits and all-new dance- floor discoveries. Dedicated to human happiness, Horse Meat Disco is for everyone.
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Monki's box-fresh sets include everything from piano house to hissing snares and skeleton shattering sub-bass.
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Heralded as possibly the UK's best garage DJ, EZ drove to the top with his 'Pure Garage' albums and regular slots with Kiss 100.
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Sigala is the musical name of Bruce Fielder, a London-based DJ and producer. Born and raised in Norfolk, Sigala began piano as a child, and played in various bands after graduating university. He found work as a producer, and co-wrote Ella Eyre and Sigma‘s 2015 UK hit single, Good Times, before focusing on his own solo project. His first solo single, Easy Love, an energetic house tune built around a sample of the Jackson 5‘s iconic hit, ABC, released by Ministry of Sound in 2015 entered the UK singles chart at the coveted number one spot!
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Stephanie Allen aka Stefflon Don is an MC with inventive rhymes and wordplay. The east Londoner first started making waves in 2015 with her versions of Wretch 32’s Six Words and Section Boyz’s Lock Arff. Since then she’s been in high demand, appearing on tracks by the likes of Lethal Bizzle, Sneakbo and Angel.
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BBC 1xtra and Roll Deep DJ.
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'Pocket rocket pop newcomer Alice is aiming high. We’re talking Madonna, Beyoncé and Lady GaGa levels of triple-threat superstardom, all on-point choreography, high-concept videos and attitude-laden vocals that aren’t afraid to belt. Bored of a modern pop landscape that’s rigid and way too-cool-for-school, Alice is here to shake things up, with the help of some of pop’s biggest names: Max Martin’s right hand man Rami Yacoub; fellow Swede Carl Falk; Years & Years’ producer Mark Ralph; Katy Perry collaborator Bonnie McKee and Mozella, who penned Wrecking Ball.'
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Stevenage songwriter Kelvin Jones loves pop and blues artists. He would describe his music as the fusion of those two passions.
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The all-in-one DJ, producer and singer has come a long way since kicking off his career DJ’ng on Annie Mac Presents. He launched to global recognition following the chart success of his hit 'I Know'.
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Balcony are a London based four piece drawn from three continents. They manage to effortlessly blend their electronic hooks and guitar riffs into some beautifully warm dream-pop.
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James Hype, Ellie Cocks, Mason Collective, Will Wiley, The Full Cru, Problem Central, Sammy Porter, George Mensah, Macky Gee, Jaguar, Jaguar
Norfolk Exhibition & Events Centre (NEEC)
- Norfolk Showground
- Dereham Road
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