Saturday 9 June 2012 at 4:00pm
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Headlining your Summer Ball are the mighty Feeder. Get ready to jump to the explosive indie rock of this trio, whose raw energy rock and roll soundtracked your teenage years. Back with an incredible new album, ‘Generation Freakshow’, this is going to be the ultimate hands in the air, screaming the words experience!
Jakwob (Live) – the hottest in DJ /Producer property right now! Jakwob is all about gnarly dubstep and electric and has been packing out festival tents worldwide with his unique remixes and eclectic take on pop hits. You’ve heard him on the radio, but now get the full electric live experience!
The seemingly unstoppable Netsky will be shaking the very foundations of your Urban Stage. The 23 year old Belgium DJ has been leading the wave of new skool Drum and Bass. Taking Hospital records to the forefront of the Drum and Bass world, this is a man to catch right now, while you still can!
Dot Rotton (Live) is a hailed MC and producer from South London who is rising- and fast.
With ‘Voices in My Head’ coming out in September, Dot Rotton has been been championed by Zane Lowe, and was nominated as a ‘BBC Sound of 2012’ artist. Fresh from Tours with Tinchy Stryder and Chase and Status, check out this boys high-gloss grime, incredible lyrics, and captivating performance.
BBC Radio 1s hottest new recruit, Toddla T is a Sheffield DJ / Remixer / Producer who will be leading the way for the WAYF stage in the only way they know how – a hedonistic haze of the heaviest and hottest club tunes!
For five years WAYF has been the South Coast's biggest multi-genre club night, building a reputation for legendary crowds & atmosphere that has propelled it to become one of the UK's leading club brands. For their 2012 Summer Ball stage expect the best mix of electronic music, from house to bass, disco to dubstep and everything in between, plus all the big party atmosphere from their monthly nights at the Old Fire Station. See you down the front!
The very best in Indie Rock and Roll. You’ve been there every Tuesday, now witness Milk festival style. From retro pop, to cutting edge indie – these guys know what turns you on!
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