Our stage at Leeds festival this year is set to be our best yet. With a mix of grime and house, new and established talent there really is something for everyone. We’ve taken you through our Thursday, Friday and Saturday line-ups, and now it’s time to round of the weekend with what Sunday has in store.
We’re going out with a bang, as Sunday is probably our most eclectic night genre wise. Throughout the evening we’ll be bringing you elements of house, grime, garage, drum and bass and so much more.
For the last time of the weekend, Luke Hassan will be opening the evening with his unique vibes. Next up is Swindle, a producer and DJ who has worked with the likes of Chipmunk, Roll Deep and So Solid’s Asher D as well as the best of the UK bass and funk scenes.
Following Swindle is Cadenza, the west London producer known for combining Jamaican sounds with London vibes. Cadenza bridges both sides of the industry, remaining authentic and respected in the underground community whilst signed to a major label.
Closing the weekend Wilkinson will be playing the headline slot, accompanied by MC Ad-Apt making sure the audience stays hyped. Over the course of his career, Wilkinson has dropped releases through the likes of Hospital Records and Virgin EMI. He’s best known for his 2013 track “Afterglow” which reached number 8 in UK Official Charts.