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PREVIEW: FOUND FESTIVAL

Monday 15 April 2013
Words Spindle

This June in the heart of Shoreditch sees a day of sunshine fuelled electronic sounds. FOUND, born as a series of 15 underground club events almost two years ago, are bringing cutting edge beats to Haggerston park for a one-day outdoor showcase.

As a melting pot of sub genres, FOUND sees five of the most discerning club brands in the big smoke fuse their musical roots to curate a cross-section of the biggest talent from across the UK, Europe and further afield.

Wether making waves in their respective scenes or sitting at the top of their game, this program of artists celebrates genuinely talented craftsmen with a shared passion and devotion to sound. Playing out the headline slot as the sun sets will be the deep house producer and woman of the moment Maya Jane Coles. Her meteoric rise to success has seen her become one of electronic music’s most sought after producers and with her 2013 return she’s bringing new production partner Lee Foss, alongside some anticipated fresh material.

Further summer sounds will come courtesy of garage-house aficionado Huxley, Leeds based production duo Audiojack  and rising stars Shadow Child, Santé, Cyril Hahn and Voyeur. Hailing from Corsica Studios,  Trouble Vision join forces with compatriots Tief  to curate FOUND? s main arena. SUNDAY-MUSIC head honcho Henrik Schwarz will be making a rare live appearance with deeper grooves coming from NYC stalwarts Wolf + Lamb, neuroscientist producer Floating Points and multifaceted trio Dark Sky. Support comes in the worthy form of Beats In Space founder Tim Sweeney , deliciously unconventional Session Victim and Tief residents Casino Times, Hesseltime and Mr Solid Gold.

Following two years of sell-out warehouse parties, Magna Carta  will host an arena with a distinctly French feel. As well as a very exciting special guest headliner yet to be announced, the arena is headed by Apollonia co-founder Shonky with dancefloor friendly, disco tinged house vibes to bodies moving. Amine Edge will also be showcasing material from his most recent project with close friend DANCE whilst Amnesia resident Betoko will be playing infectious beats. Support comes from some of the UK party purveyors WaFF , Alexis Raphael, Max Chapman.

And with further artists still to be announced, including two NYC & UK headliners, FOUND is showing up to be one of the best ways to celebrate London’s rich underground culture this summer…