Roots-reggae collective from the Bay Area.
The dark Brazilian beatmaster, raised and nurtured by and still signed to Ninja Tune, performs his 'ISAM' project - combining a new, more electroid/dubstep-influenced sound with a stunning visual show to rival Etienne de Crecy's recent 'Cube' tour. Prepare to have your mind blown into teeny-tiny bits.
Lo-fi indie from the Vancouver-based trio.
Brilliant French singer (ex of Nouvelle Vague), Camille Dalmais has successfully combined the French chanson tradition with Anglo-American pop and experimental electronica to fine effect, perhaps most impressively on 2005's 'Le Fil', which was underpinned by a continuous, often barely detectable thrum (the 'thread' of the title). Here promoting her new fourth LP 'Ilo Veyou'.
Time for thunderous and crushing layers of sharp-edged sonic doom, as those wild and crazy guys from Metallica prove that their multi-platinum metal still has what it takes.
Decks-based set from the Soulwax brothers in their (far superior) electro-bangin' alter ego.
A Swedish double-header with an acoustic set by troubadour Peter Von Poehl alongside bombastic, psychedelic-tinged swagger from the long-running Soundtrack of Our Lives.