3rd February 2012
Booka Shade, Maverick Sabre and more added to Snowbombing
Switch and Fake Blood also announced todaySnowbombing have made another four additions to the 2012 line up. Joining Dizzee Rascal is Frankfurt’s finest - Booka Shade, British House taste-maker – Switch, Irish sensation – Maverick Sabre and Disco sensation – Fake Blood!
Prolific German techno duo, Booka Shade will be wrapping up warm and taking to the slopes for a spectacular Live performance. Ever busy in the studio, Booka Shade bring you Live renditions from acclaimed albums such as Memento, Movements and More! This avalanche of dance music is certainly not one to be missed!
2011 saw this phenomenal singer/rapper from the emerald Isle break through with tremendous momentum. Originally from London, Maverick Sabre seamlessly combines inspiration from raw hip-hop and passionate Irish folk. His album ‘Lonely Are The Brave’ showcases his retro soul along with perfect rap credentials and this year Maverick Sabre is set to bring an energetic performance.
David Taylor is the man behind many an anthem and has produced for some big names. Better known to many at Switch, this man has been behind the production wheels for acts like M.I.A, Santigold, Christina Aguilera and even Beyonce! Some of his best work to date has been with long running studio partner Diplo under their Major Lazer moniker with their album “Guns don’t kill people… Lazers do!”
Finally - Theo Keating, now known better as Fake Blood completes this 4x4 announcement! After the incredible success of The Wiseguys, Keating went on to pursue his solo career as Fake Blood. Still championing bold Disco breaks and lively funk samples, Fake Blood saw his music rise through the UK charts in 2010 with “I Think I Like It”. Having also graced remixes for Arman Van Helden, Underworld and Hot Chip, Fake Blood is an undoubtedly a performance not to missed!
Mayrhofen is completely taken over for a week long party of hedonistic adventure and extreme sport. The resort also boasts some of Europe’s most lavish spas so you can relax and enjoy the amazing spring sunshine and snowy mountains of one of Europe’s most snow-sure, late season winter resorts. The nearby Tux glacier (Austria’s highest lifted point) is also only a short (free) bus ride away, and although open all-year round, it’s at its best in spring.
Prices start from £289.
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