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Resurgence B2B’s

Irish hotshot Rebūke also teams up with Alan Fitzpatrick, both of which are no strangers to Terminal V for a pounding B2B.

Alan’s meteoric rise to the top started started back in 2008 following his first releases. Since then he’s gone on to release on the world’s biggest label such as Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, John Digweed’s Bedrock, Sven Väth’s Cocoon plus more and is well versed on festival stages around the world.

Rebūke’s sound-clash of house and techno have left him hot on Alan’s heels. Having already been picked up by labels such as Hot Creations and Drumcode, the young Irish DJ/producer is firmly set on the same path to the top.

This b2b promises a lot of energy, we’re looking forward to this one!

 

 

Helena Hauff and Ben UFO go head to head on Saturday 16th April at Terminal V on our brand new Cargo stage.

These two don’t share the same musical backgrounds, with Helena having cut her teeth in Germany playing hard-edged, raw electro/techno and Ben UFO taking inspiration from UK techno, jungle, Drum & Bass and garage, this certainly makes for a versatile yet invigorating few hours of music.

To say we aren’t excited for this Saturday pairing would be untruthful; and like any occasion in which two accomplished artists come together, this promises to be unique, exceptional and certainly a standout Saturday set.

 

 

Undoubtedly a highlight of not just Saturday’s lineup but the whole weekend is DJ Stingray 313 and Marcel Dettmann going head to head for a very special b2b.

Not only is one a Berghain legend, but the other is steeped in Detroit techno culture. Two genuine artists, who’s deep, mutual understanding of techno which collectively spans over 50 years will see them brought together on Saturday 16th April at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre for the first time in the UK.

This is certainly one to look out for on the day. They take centre stage on our Area V on Saturday 16th April.

 

 

If you’ve seen that Boiler Room then you’ll know what we are talking about when we say just how exciting this B2B is for any electronic music fan.

Their connection not only as a couple but through shared music tastes is what connects the dots between Eris Drew and Octo Octa musically.

Their lively, 90’s tinged, euphoric selection is what sets them apart from the rest and a deep knowledge of house music and beyond is reflected not only through their expansive record collections which travel in tandem but the goosebumps on the skin of any crowd who has the pleasure of listening to them play.

Experience it yourself this Saturday 16th April.

 

 

NTS Radio resident Moxie and Peach Discs head honcho take the reigns of our Cargo stage for what will be an unquestionably uplifting and refreshing few hours of music.

Not only has the London-based artist Moxie hosted shows on Kiss FM and Radio 1 alongside her 10 year NTS residency, but she has toured many of the best clubs across Europe and beyond. London’s Fabric, Amsterdam’s De School, Berlin’s Panorama Bar and soon to be Edinburgh’s Terminal V make up the ever expanding list. 

Shanti Celeste’s career to date has been ‘Characterised by a U.K take on the classic motor city sound’, it can be heard throughout her productions which range from remixes for legends Orbital, Caribou and Cromby with her own emotive twist.

Head to the Cargo stage on Saturday 16th April to see them both in action.

 

 

Long-standing Panorama bar resident and respected Berlin figurehead Steffi takes centre stage alongside DJ, singer, songwriter and producer Virginia on Sunday 17th on our Cargo stage.

Both as versatile as each other, neither allow themselves to be pinned down to one genre when it comes to track selection. Expect bass heavy house, club focused contemporary techno, electro and even live vocals from the Ostgut Ton regulars for what will be a highlight of the weekend.