Butter Side Up & Mass teams up for an Uruguayan biased lineup at Distrikt Bar for Inner City Electronic 2018

Leeds summer 2018 starting nice with its brand-new festival named Inner City Electronic.

The event will run across 11 different venues from 12:00 of 02 June 2018 to 08:00 of 03 June  and attendants will have the chance to buy a single wristband pass to join any club they prefer.

Several acts and spaces have already been confirmed with curator Ralph Lawson involving a number of leading names in the industry to perform in the most iconic venues of the city.

Butter Side Up & Mass joined forces to bring an interesting roster of artists to the festival, filling the gap for underground and techno in the line-up.

Uruguayan superstar Nicolas Lutz and the emerging talent Z@p, very requested after his fresh move to Berlin, are headlining the stage at Distrikt Bar, with Harry McCanna, Tristan Da Chuna, Jack Wickham, Butter Side Up, Bobby O’Donnel, Matthew Neequaye, Kepler and Lijero all booked to bring their sounds and vibes.

The festival is also reserving spaces for talks, master classes, workshops & art,  with KiNK and Prince Fatty to teach respectively about live and dub. A conversation with fabric-resident and Houghton curator Craig Richards has been scheduled as well as one with Midland and one with Paul Woolford.

Technology will be hosted by:

Bop DJ present Pioneer DJ / Roland / Rane / Akai
Link Jam powered by Ableton Live
London Modular
The Art of Analogue with TPI Sound
MasterSounds present Vinyl Love
Cosmic Slop present Community Sound
Equaliser Workshop with Danielle Moore
Leeds Producer Forum

Talks to be organized as follows:

Music:Leeds present DJ/Producer Launchpad
DJ History present Warehouse music
Subdub present Dub Roots
Back To Basics academy
The Future of Women in Music
Events Insights

Venues involved:

Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen / Church Leeds / Distrikt Bar Leeds / Headrow House / Hope House – MAP Charity / Hyde Park Book Club / Hifi Club Leeds / The Old Red Bus Station / Sheaf St / Wire / The Wardrobe Leeds.

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