Zed Bias, dBridge, The Black Dog and Solid Blake also feature.
Split across multiple venues in the city, No Bounds Festival remains at the forefront of pushing new, and avante-garde electronic music. New to 2019, the festival will see a a special opening concert held at the iconic Kelham Island Museum, plus an extensive daytime programme of panel discussions and world premieres. The festival’s nighttime programme, however, stays anchored to it’s regular space Hope Works.
Amongst the second wave of artists announced is techno originator Juan Atkins and Chicago’s The Black Madonna. Atkins, one of The Belleville Three is seen by many as one of the founding fathers of Detroit techno. Alongside him, The Black Madonna is laying on a ‘No Bounds Special Set’ which will see her step out of her usual palette of house and disco.
Also recently announced for this year’s edition; Zed Bias, The Black Dog (Live), Solid Blake, Prequel Tapes, Mark (Live), Graham Dunning, Olivia Jack, Joe Muggs and Memory Dance join a host of artists from some of Sheffield’s local crews.
See below for the full lineup.
No Bounds Festival takes place 11.10.19-13.10.19 at Hope Works, Sheffield
You can buy tickets here