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Ten sets you need to see at Creamfields

From Adam Beyer to Kurupt FM, stick this lot on your festival agenda

  • Mixmag staff / Photo: Anthony Mooney
  • 29 July 2015
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7 Dantiez Saunderson

Another DJ and producer in the Saunderson family as Dantiez follows in the footsteps of his old man, Kevin. He's already released on one of the biggest house labels around in Defected Records, with the slick KPD collaboration 'Place Called Home', and his selection on deck is teeming with swagger. See what we mean when he lays it down at MK Area10 on the final day, August 30.

8 ​The Chemical Brothers

Twenty years since debut album 'Exit Planet Dust', The Chemical Brothers are just as relevant as ever with 'Born In The Echoes' - their eighth LP - arriving this summer. So far we've heard 'Go', 'Under Neon Lights' and 'Sometimes I Feel So Deserted' and all three prove Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have still got it. They headline the North Stage on the Saturday and you'd be silly to miss it, really.

9 Kurupt FM

It might have started out as laugh via BBC Three sitcom People Just Do Nothing - following fictional west London pirate radio station Kurupt FM - but it's all very real now. They've already appeared on line-ups alongside Newham Generals and DJ EZ, and their DJ sets are flowing with groovin' garage and gritty bass music. Tune in at Speakerbox.

10 Chris Lorenzo

We've backed this Birmingham DJ and producer for a while now, whether it's through his high-energy In Session or his crunching remixes of Keys N Krates' 'Understand Why' and My Nu Leng's 'You've Been Gone'. He's deadly on the decks so gear up for a rowdy workout to some rocket-fueled bass house at Mistajam's Speakerbox.

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