Love Saves The Day

Love Saves The Day Castle Park
Dimanche 3 juin 2012

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Avec Annie Mac, Bonobo, Mr. Scruff, Roots Manuva, Foreign Beggars, Jamie Jones, Joker, Ben UFO, Futureboogie, dance off crew et pearson sound & joy orbison

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Dimanche 3 juin 2012
Love Saves The Day is a brand new greenfield festival in the heart of Bristol. Very much a Mecca for British music, ‘The Bristol Scene’ has a near legendary reputation for nurturing and promoting pioneering musical talent. Its rich sonic heritage has long been admired by the rest of the world and with today’s burgeoning scene this has never been more relevant.


The team behind Glastonbury Dance Village’s Wow! stage, last year’s incredible See No Evil and one half of the brains behind In:Motion amongst many other events have come together to put all these years of experience into what will be a celebration of all of it, a celebration of this city and all that makes it so great, but beyond that a celebration of music, parties, and good times.

Love Saves The Day is not just a festival, it is the culmination of many years spent in fields & clubs, in tents, on dance floors and stages across the UK and beyond - from the late nights to the early mornings, from lugging sound systems through muddy fields to booking amazing acts and watching them grow, everything has been moving towards this event…. Team Love x

Featuring local caters, exhibitors and art installations, Love Saves The Day celebrates all that is inspirational about this iconic city.

Unstoppable DJ force Annie Mac performs at the inaugural event. Forever the emblem of creativity, her flagship radio programme Annie Mac’s Mash Up has earned international recognition. Armed to the teeth with a plethora of vinyl plates, Annie will be bringing her unquenchable passion for new sounds to this year’s festival!

The undisputed titans of turntablism, Foreign Beggars will be hijacking the sound system. Having received international recognition for their mind blowing mixing techniques, the dynamic duo will be upsetting the rhythm with their colossal live shows. Nominated as Best New Act at The Hip-Hop Awards 2004 this will be a performance of gargantuan proportions!

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs will be spotted at Castle Park. The solo project of Oxford born Orlando Dinosaur, his arresting blend of euro house and two-step beats will send shockwaves from the speakers and into the crowd. His sounds are anything but prehistoric!

Stirring cyclonic waves of reverb on Bristol’s dubstep circuit, Joker will deliver his unique brand of auditory chaos to the proceedings. Having hijacked the nation’s ears with anthems like Snake Eater and Holly Brook Park; expect a relentless induction into the digital dark arts!

Mr Scruff is the legendary DJ, cartoonist, producer and tea drinker. His much revered DJ sets take in Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, Jazz, Reggae, Dubstep, Latin, African, Ska, Disco, House, Funk, Breaks, Soundtracks & loads more and his set will be an undoubted highlight of the festival.

The undisputed titan of the British House scene: Jamie Jones has amassed a global following most DJs can only dream of and conquered the cardinal points on the dance music map. From Fabric to Space Terrance, let’s ride the groove to the next echelon!

Producing music at the tender age of 15, Maya Jane Coles talent knows no bounds. Having performed, mixed, produced and engineered the elements on her releases, her absorbing take on house music is underpinned by her consistent drive to push the envelope!

Love Saves The Day is delighted to play host to the mighty Bonobo. Having forged an illustrious career, Bonobo is a much-lauded name on the British dance music circuit, consistently selling out shows across the country and beyond, and Elegantly blending fragmented jazz with complex basslines.

The rapidly up and coming Eats Everything is a producer whose larger than life appearance shapes his equally magnificent musical style! Casting aside categorisation, his techy-house cut ups are regularly laden with the soulful harmonies of Randy Crawford and Ray Charles. A true purveyor of the oldest and boldest sounds!

David Kennedy, aka Pearson Sound is an artist who finds himself in new and innovative situations. Having championed critical recognition off the back of his FABRICLIVE compilation, 2011 saw him support Radiohead in New York. Constantly pushing the parameters of his expertise, the amplifiers will indeed be set to stun!

London based producer Joy Orbison personifies the meaning of originality. Combining garage beat with 8-bit grime loops, he is a dynamo within the Hotflush Recordings camp. Drawing inspiration from a wide range of influences, expect to be served a delectable schmorgesborg of sounds!

One of the co-founders of Hessle Audio, Ben UFO’s releases are ground breaking in both content and stature. Winning critical recognition for his dynamic electronic masterpieces, he remains one of the small cluster of DJs who have hit the stratosphere without a production career to fall back on. Assimilating dubstep bass loops with bric-a-brac minimalism, his musical style is as out of this world as his name!

The Dance Off Crew bring colour, fun and some serious dance moves to Love Saves The Day. Having been crowned the ‘most lively and fun stage’ at The Secret Garden Party, this collective of enthusiastic shape cutters will be brining the atmosphere to fever pitch. Certainly a sight to behold, expect carnival-esque dance sequences with a couple cream pies thrown in for good measure!

Combing local knowledge and local passion, Team Love will announce further artists over the forthcoming weeks and will throw the mother of all parties in Bristol in June. Thanks to the Queen you can kick back and relax and let some of the world’s most pioneering artists take you on a sonic journey.
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  • ijustcantstopit

    If a popular public space is going to be taken over, particularly during a national holiday, then it should be FREE. How exactly is building a wall around a park spreading the Love? As it is, I'm going to have Annie Mac's noise (I've not much love for that line-up either I'm afraid) inflicted on me as I walk the long way around the park. Thanks LSTD!

    3 juin 2012 Répondre
  • franbonham

    still sold out?

    24 mai 2012 Répondre
  • EstuaryEnglish

    Same people in Bristol all the time.

    4 mars 2012 Répondre

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