11th September 2012
More acts added to Shakedown Festival
Arlissa, Jacob Plant, B. Traits, Brimmer and Special K’s join Dizzee Rascal
With just under a month to go to Shakedown new acts have been added to the bill.
Joining the throng of artists are Arlissa, the 19 year old UK singer songwriter whose debut single ‘Hard To Love Somebody’ is a duet with self professed fan Nas and Jacob Plant.
B. Traits who has graduated from a monthly ‘In New DJ’s We Trust’ slot on Radio 1 to her own, weekly show that’s simulcast on Radio 1 and 1xtra, B. Traits is perfectly placed to bring the carnival bassline to Brighton.
Whether you’re into bass heavy house, dubstep or drum & bass, local Brighton boy Brimmer is the name delivering bass in all genres whilst Special K’s deliver their unique brand of glorious electronic pop
Shakedown will be headlined by Dizzee Rascal. Armed with an arsenal of hits, Dizzee is an artist at the top of his game. A multitude of artists will be joining him including the mighty Professor Green, queen of the underground Katy B, undisputed breakout act of 2012, Stooshe, Clement Marfo & The Frontline and Union DJ’s.
The Supercharged Arena will be headlined by superstar duo, Chase & Status performing an eclectic DJ set of genre defying styles.
Taking to the stage before Chase & Status will be the much lauded Knife Party playing in Brighton for the first time, Radio 1’s music champion and undisputed star of last year’s Shakedown festival, Zane Lowe and multi award winning Ms Dynamite. A hotbed of phenomenal DJ’s will also join the succession of artists including Drum & Bass heavyweight’s DJ Friction, Shy FX and The Prototypes.
Two of Brighton’s biggest cult clubbing brands go head to head to bring you the ultimate silent disco. Renowned for their larger than life parties week in and week out, Trash Mondays and In Ya Ear once again prepare for another monumental extravaganza.
Shakedown Festival 2012 brings the most exciting names in contemporary music to Brighton for one last festival outing.
Tickets cost £40
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