Written by Carina Ly
Following on from MADE Festival’s line-up announcement both in Phase 1 and 2, we are pleased to announce phase 3.
It looks like we’re all in for a treat as MADE Festival has officially that announced it will be holding an after party called ‘MADE My Night’ which continues straight from all the hype and madness of the main event. And you will not want to miss this line up.
Headlined by Hannah Wants and Kurupt FM, the after-party will boast some of the finest talents in the electronic scene, especially tons of D’n’B. For those who may only know Hannah Wants from her 2014 smash hit, Rhymes with Chris Lorenzo; Hannah started DJ-ing during her teenage years in Birmingham and we’re expecting her homecoming show to be a belter. Hannah is also now being recognised in her musical endeavours after being named Best Breakthrough DJ in 2012 by both Mixmag and DJ Magazine. MixMag named her 2014 Star of the Yeae rand she won the 2015 DJ Award for Best Bass DJ and Best DJ at the 2015 Bass Music Awards.
Joining Hannah will be Kurupt FM, the stars of BBC Three’s ‘People Just Do Nothing’ and musicians in their own right, the London crew will be maknig the trip up North to give us some proper D’n’B filled pleasure
Next, music legend of almost every sub-genre Goldie will also be on stage. During the day, Goldie will be performing his purist passions with a one-off Reggae-only mix on the MADE stage. An apprehensively awaited showcase of his first album in two decades – The Journey Man – sees him playing later for his second session, making ‘My Night’ with a standard, though ever irregular and reputed DJ set.
MADE has also revealed two exclusive takeovers from Gorgon City – part of their ‘Kingdom’ tour – and Chris Lorenzo will present his new event concept Bass Mentality to the Birmingham masses, in his first announced performance of 2017 for the burgeoning promoter. Two titans respectively of bass and house, triumphantly entering the New Year with standout releases on Heidi’s Jackathon Jams and Armada Deep, Denney and Low Steppa step up to either plate.
You can check out the full line-up and ticket info here.
Watch Goldie’s interview with Noisey below.