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Known for her satirical lyrics, retro sound and stream of witty pop songs, such as ‘Smile’ and ‘F*%K You’, Lily Allen has created a stir since she first rocked the British pop scene in 2006.
Dennis Ferrer began in 2000 with his first release "Soul Collectives, Volume 1". Throughout he has continued on strongly delivering more music in 2016 with "Right Thing". He will be hitting the road soon, with shows in Bristol and Newquay.
DJ Storm began in 2016 with "Kicks, Snares & Hi Hats, Vol. 01".
D*Minds emerged in 1997 when they unveiled "Eventual". Since then they've matured into their sound, after returning in 2015 with "Blacker Vip".
Antal found their start in 1992 when they revealed "QNTAL I". In the time since they've matured into their sound, having returned in 2018 with "QNTAL VIII: Nachtblume". They will be going on tour soon, with shows in Liverpool, Bristol and Zaanstad.
Lady Leshurr has music in her DNA, born into a family of rappers and singers, and raised on a healthy diet of Sister Nancy and Bob Marley, she was guaranteed to make her way onto the UK music scene.
Camelphat found their beginning in 2015 when they announced "Paradigm". Following that they've cultivated a strong fanbase, bringing out more music in 2018 with "Breathe". They will be hitting the road soon, with shows in London, Coventry and Sheffield.
Chaos In The CBD first emerged in 2011 with the unveiling of "The Moving Image". Following that they've developed their own unique sound, after returning in 2019 with "Orange Blank / Green Dove". They will be playing soon, with shows in London and Bristol.
Not3s is a London-based rapper who’s 2016 hit song ‘Addison Lee’, was greeted with universal praise. He’s a pioneer of the UK Afrobeats scene and he keeps dropping bangers. His 2017 single ‘Aladdin’ was a perfect follow up and he used it as a statement to prove his value to UK Hip-Hop.
The Brighton rapper has been hailed ‘the future of UK Hip-Hop’ by Complex Magazine and dubbed ‘the fastest rapper’ by Unilad, deposing current lyrical speedster, Eminem.
Maribou State first came to be in 2011 with their first release of "Habitat EP". Since then they've weaved their own path in music coming back in 2015 with "Wallflower (Lane 8 remix)". They will be going on tour soon, with shows in Penrith, Barcelona and London.
Georgia entered the scene in 2001 with their first release "Langpad". They will be hitting the road soon, with shows in Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow.
Balancing raw power with a social conscience, Kojey Radical is one of British hip-hop's most promising talents.
Fiction debuted in 2010 when they released "Big Things". Now they've developed a strong following, having returned in 2013 with "The Big Other". They will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Brighton, Manchester and Bristol.
Jay Donaldson's is a producer and Dj based in Berlin, Germany who plays under the moniker Palms Trax. Jay developed an interest in dance music whilst living in London, experimenting with pad-driven Detroit sounds, then moved to Berlin to pursue his DJ career.
Born in South Korea but now Berlin-based, Peggy Gou is one of the hottest DJ's around. Fans scream her name as she steps on stage to spin the decks, eager to sample her distinctive yet non-genre-conforming sound. Each set differs from the last, ranging from disco to house to techno.
Levelz are a 14-man hip-hop crew from Manchester, a veritable collective of MCs and DJs bring grime music to the north. They claim no one genre, purely representing “Manchester Music”, with members as diverse as their music from their early 20s until twice that.
Horse Meat Disco have continued to lead the way with packed residencies at their HQ at The Eagle in London's Vauxhall, Lux in Lisbon and Tape in Berlin.
The Enlgish Dj and producer started his career as one of Fantasy Fm residents, a London pirate radio station. And is now at the for front of drum and bass becoming one of the most popular international DJs, landing awards for best male DJ and best radio DJ.
In 1983 Rodigan returned to Jamaica to do a series of broadcasts for Capital. There he met Barry Gordon, a popular Jamaican radio DJ who invited him because he plays music.
Love Saves The Day returns to Eastville Park in 2019 for the 8th edition of the festival. 2018 proved to be the biggest and most exciting year to date, with several brand new areas showcasing a diverse range of genres and music styles on some of the most ambitious stage builds to date. For 2019 we’ll be pushing on even further; expect more high-end stage designs, more top-tier Acts & DJs from around the world and more love-fuelled madness!