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23rd February 2016

Rudimental confirmed as Saturday headliners for South West Four

DJ EZ, MK, Netsky [Live], Gorgon City and more among the thirteen acts announced

SW4 is returning to its home on Clapham Common for the thirteenth year in a row, this year will see London’s premier inner city dance festival shake things up a tad. Showcasing a selection of drum and bass, house and garage artists, SW4 brings a top line-up to London.

Saturday headliners need no introduction, their multi-award winning, chart-topping success has made them one of the most in demand acts around at the moment. Returning four years after one of their first breakthrough performances at SW4 in 2012 are Rudimental who will close Saturday's main stage.


Piers, Amir, Kesi and Leon return to us at the pinnacle of their career, with prestigious awards and nominations too many to mention, including the Mercury Prize, Brit, Mobo and MTV Video awards as well as multiple Platinum accolades, it’s clear that their drum and bass club-ready anthems have been dominating airwaves and dancefloors alike.

Responsible for single-handily shutting down a stage after one of the craziest performances ever seen at the festival in 2015, DJ EZ is back by hugely popular demand and returns in 2016 for his main stage debut. 


Responsible for producing some of the biggest tracks in house tracks from the early 90’s to the present day, South West Four welcomes one of the most influential figures of the past two decades;. Returning following hugely popular performance in 2001 is  Marc Kinchen aka MK, MK’s infectious sound has influenced a new generation of electronic music lovers with his and feel-good vibes. 

Hailing from Belguim and firmly marked as one of Europe’s top talents, Netsky [Live] has confirmed South West Four as his only London festival performance of 2016. The drum and bass favourite returns this summer armed with a fresh selection of uplifting, melancholic melodies and dancefloor ready beats. 


Gorgon City return for the  third year on the spin to host a stage at a UK festival for the very first time. Titled ‘Welcome To Gorgon City’, the stage’s debut will welcome a wide range personally invited guests to join them. 

Bondax is back at SW4 for an exclusive live show, 2015 saw the duo execute a stunning touring schedule with a string of headline shows and festival appearances they'll be showcasing a  back-catalogue of diverse, eclectic sounds.

With an uncompromisingly original and emotional sound, the Dutch trio of Nik Roos, Martin Sonderen and Thijs de Vileger are renowned for their unparalleled technical skill and instantly recognisable methods. Noisia will bring an electrifying assault of the senses. 

Circus Records founder Flux Pavilion comes to South West Four as an exclusive date for his first ever fully live performance. Celebrated as one of bass music’s most important performers, Flux arrives at the top of his game. 

Flux Pavilion
Flux Pavilion

Loaded with an extensive armoury of drum and bass classics on every label imaginable including RAM, Hospitality and Metalheadz, Shogun Audio boss Friction has also been exclusively confirmed for this August. 

Instantly recognised as one of the key the voices of the UK dance scene, BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s MistaJam returns for another frenzied session of his forward-thinking selections. 

Having found a home at Rudimental’s Black Butter Records, Kidnap Kid prides himself as one of today’s most exquisite tastemakers. His latest weapon ‘Moments’ recently premiered by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. 

Kidnap Kid
Kidnap Kid

Earmarked as one of 2016’s biggest breakthrough acts are the mysterious production duo CamelPhat.Heavily supported by the likes of Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Carl Cox, MK and more thanks to anthems such as ‘Constellations’, ‘Paths’ and ‘The Act’, it’s obvious to see why they’re considered as one as electronic music’s most promising talents. 

Saturday line-up so far: Rudimental [Live], DJ EZ · MK, Plus in alphabetical order:, Amine Edge & Dance, Bondax [Live], CamelPhat, Flux Pavilion [Live], Friction, Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid, MistaJam, Netsky [Live] and Noisia.

Sunday line-up so far: The Chemical Brothers [Live], Above & Beyond, Paul Kalkbrenner, Plus in alphabetical order:, Booka Shade [Live], Cirez D, Hunter/Game [Live], Joseph Capriati, Recondite [Live], Sasha and Sven Vath.

There are many more acts to be announced.

South West Four returns to Clapham Common, London on Saturday 27th And Sunday 28th August 2016 
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