Featuring P. Money, Jamie Duggan, Axel Boy, Cajama, Michael Sparks, Hemera, Katalyst, Upgrade, Gino, Start The Vibe, Problem Central, Skepsis, Darkzy, Kanine, Window Kid
The Crucast tour kicks off in Liverpool on September 24th and takes in parties in Oxford’s O2 Academy and Newcastle’s Digital as well as an epic Indoor Festival at London’s Printworks that covers every facet of bass music in explosive fashion on 15th October. Get your tickets now at http://www.crucast.com.
CruCast is one of the most influential and respected brands in all of bass music. The label is known for its cutting edge sounds, the roster includes all the very best talents in the game and the brand’s essential live events and festival stage takeovers are always a guarantee of a first class party. They have hosted them at places like a 10,000 capacity party at Warehouse Project, the Radio One dance stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals and more legendary venues like Amnesia, Ibiza and Printworks.
And it is to Printworks where the party heads in supersized fashion on October 15th: CruCast’s Indoor Festival will transform the famous halls into mesmeric party spaces with next level lights, lasers and all consuming sound. The line-up is suitably massive with Special Guests Problem Central and CruCast regulars including Skepsis, Darkzy, Kanine and Window Kid joined by an array of talents.
They include cult hero, grime MC and rapper P. Money, Sheffield bass don Jamie Duggan, young Bristol bass prodigy Axel Boy, special back to backs between Cajama and Michael Sparks, Hemera and Katalyst, Upgrade and Gino plus Start The Vibe aka Sub Zero b2b Original Sin b2b Taxman. Window Kid will also line-up for a DJ set.
Around that hugely anticipated celebration, CruCast parties around the UK are sure to serve up plenty more high energy bass thrills with much loved regulars and scene-innovators Skepsis, Darkzy, Kanine, Window Kid, Zero, Lazcru and MC AD all bringing the freshest mix of bass, grime, garage drum & bass and plenty in between. Each of those stars lines-up at all three parties which start at Camp N Furness in Liverpool on September 24th. Then it is to Oxford’s cavernous O2 Academy on 15th November and the cutting edge space that is Digital in Newcastle on 2nd December.
The nights might be drawing in but CruCast has plenty to look forward to for bass lovers.