It’s festival season again and as always, one of our favourite festivals is back. Threshold 2017
Our first dip into the waters with this years festival was Def Neon at Constellations. The duo fuse elements of rock, electro, synthpop and bass music to form a very unique and interesting take on electronic music. Although the band weren’t playing to a huge crowd at this time of day, they were not deterred, and played with the enthusiasm of a band playing Wembley stadium which won over the crowd. They finished their set on possibly the most unique version of Rage against the Machines’ “Killing in the name of” I have ever heard. A great start to the festival.
We hung about in Constellations to watch Goteki. A British electro band who refer to their style as ‘death electro’...Read More