Hope Works and No Bounds Festival have new residents for 2019

Hope Works, one of the best places to dance in the North East and the haven of Sheffield’s house and techno community, have announced their new crew of residents for 2019.

Joining longstanding regulars Lo Shea and Chris Duckenfield is a heavyweight cast of some of the finest electronic producers in the game right now, with French producer rRoxymore, Timedance big chief Batu, recent Planet Mu signee Rian Treanor, local talent 96 Back and Discwoman’s Ifeoluwa all set to play across the venue in the lead up to No Bounds Festival later this year.

Speaking on the announcement, Hope Works state that “each artist has been selected for their excellence in their respective fields and in some cases, builds upon close ties established over a number of years.”

You can catch most of the new additions joining Objekt and Skee Mask at Hope Works for the No Bounds Festival warm up party on March 15th, which will also cross as an album launch celebration for Rian Treanor’s forthcoming debut full length on Planet Mu.

No Bounds x Hope Works – Festival Warmup Show takes place on March 15 at Hopeworks.

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