Starring Jeff Mills, Nils Frahm, Larry Heard, Carl Craig, Helena Hauff and more
London promoters The Hydra have announced a three-day Bank Holiday Weekender, which will take place at Printworks on 23, 24 and 25 August.
Experimental, downtempo and neoclassical music dominate on Friday 23 August, as the Live Halls play host to a live performance by composer Nils Frahm, with support from Tom Middleton's Global Communication, performing 1994's 76:14 album in full. That one is an evening-only affair, from 7pm-11pm.
On the Saturday it's time to stay out longer and get considerably sweatier, as techno titans Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, Model 500 (live), Helena Hauff, Terrence Dixon (live) and Mor Elian rock the Press Halls from 3pm-2am, aided and abetted by Move D, Willow, Damiano Von Erckert and Debonair in the Dark Room.
And then finally on the Sunday there are deeper shades of house and techno in the Press Halls from 12pm-11pm from Carl Craig, Dâm-Funk (live), Larry Heard (live), Moodymann, Theo Parrish and Hydra main man Dolan Bergin, while in the Dark Room you can expect "jazz, soul and hip-hop as imagined via the prism of electronic music" courtesy of Lefto & Joe Armon-Jones, Ras G (live), Ash Lauryn and Sofie.
Tickets are available now from The Hydra's own website, with prices starting at £22.50.
Pic: Jake Davis
Tags: The Hydra, Printworks, Nils Frahm, Global Communication, Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, Model 500, Helena Hauff, Terrence Dixon, Mor Elian, Carl Craig, Dâm-Funk, Larry Heard, Moodymann, Theo Parrish, Dolan Bergin