Our futuristic district contained in a neon underworld of bass is revealed…DSTRKT 5

Our futuristic district contained in a neon underworld of bass is revealed…DSTRKT 5 is where the weird get wild and nothing is out of bounds.Leave all preconceptions behind when entering this party arena where beats flip with ease between drum & bass, techno and jungle with multiple street venues ready to be feasted on by the ever wandering eye.

After the debut success of last year, Robotika stage will be hosting some legendary bass pioneers, headed by junglists Aphrodite, Fabio & Grooverider, Randall, Ray Keith and Storm whose unique blend drum & bass elevated the genre, inspiring a whole host of electronic artists who came after. Dubstep pioneers Caspa and Loefah will be showing followers old and new how they helped elevate the sound from the underground. A whole host of next generation artists will be delivering waist winding sets of dancehall infused bassline, headed by devastating Buffalo Charge duo Dub Phizix & Strategy, Gutterfunk collective DJ Die, Dismantle and Addison Groove, selector Jamie Rodigan and original Badman’s Star One and Manc crew Swing Tingz bringing bashment into the dance. Drumsound & Bassline Smith will be shocking the system in a way only they can and rock influenced Freestylers show D&B versatility.

The Scrapyard, Downtown’s home for all things gabba is pushed to the brink with a huge amount of B2B’s. High energy and hardcore bass – this is for those at the higher end of the BPM spectrum with a serious selection of DJ’s shelling out Hardcore, Jungletek, Raggetek & Frenchtek from Billain, Flokytek, Jade and Vandal to name a few… Whilst rumbling in Downtown’s underbelly, Sewage Workz is taken over by no-mess collectives Jungle Syndicate and Amen-tal bringing Breakcore to the masses.

Home of the underground sound, Spaceport is a melting pot of genres, mixing bassline with funk, disco and bass in a line up packed with under the radar party vibes with Bristol takeovers from almighty radio station SWU FM and record label Ghetto Funk!

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