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Resurgence Weekend Residents

A handful of weekend residents join us on our Saturday and Sunday dates this April, and with some playing on two different stages and under two different Alias’, this is poised to be our most fascinating and diverse lineup of music ever.

Find out more about each weekend resident below.

For the first time ever, we have the pleasure of Robert Hood touching down in Edinburgh this April not only as Robert Hood, but alongside his daughter Lyric, for a rare and special weekend residency under his Floorplan alias too.

The massively successful Floorplan alias begun it 1996, with his daughter Lyric coming on board in 2016; continuing the 25 year string of amazing releases alongside him.

On Saturday 16th April they take on our Greenhouse stage, expect their trademark disco and gospel tinged house sound.

Sunday 17th then sees Robert Hood bring his signature Detroit techno influenced live set to 6,000 dancers at Area V.

Neither sets are to be missed.

Check out a Robert Hood Boiler Room here for a taste of what to expect.

 

Irish hotshot Rebūke also joins our crew of weekend residents, playing alongside Alan Fitzpatrick on Saturday 16th then returning to the Terminal once again on Sunday 17th for a solo set.

With releases being championed by the likes of Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Patrick Topping plus much more, we can guarantee you’ll be in safe hands on any dance floor this guy is commanding.

Very much a Terminal V fan favourite, he has been spreading his unique take on of techno around the world since the reopening of clubs and festivals last year and is more than ready to take on Terminal V in just over 6 weeks time.

 

Certainly no stranger to Terminal V, Frazi.er also steps up as a weekend resident, playing on two separate stages over the weekend. Now a driving techno force in Scotland, Frazi.er has definitely imprinted his name into the minds of techno fans up and down the country.

He kicks off his weekend residency on our Blackbox stage amongst Héctor Oaks, Regal, Alignment plus more and follows it up on the Sunday on our Area V stage.

Expect two relentless sets.

 

Local hero Stephen Brown has been a staple part of Terminal V festival since its inception.

Stephen has an impressive catalogue of releases which have been championed for over 25 years by the likes of Derrick May, Sven Väth, Len Faki, Mark Broom, Ben Sims plus more and is revered throughout the scene by artists, promoters and music fans.

With his musical inspirations lying deeply in Detroit techno, it’s always a pleasure hearing him add an experienced and sophisticated musical twist to the festival.

He plays Area V on the Saturday followed by a live set on our brand new Blackbox stage on the Sunday.

Check out his Terminal V stream here for a taste of what to expect.