New day festival from Outlook organisers coming to South London
Taking place at Brockwell Park on May 26 the line-up features Ghetts, Rustie, Goldie, DJ Storm, Hudson Mohawke, Mala & Joe Armon-Jones and more
Project 6, a brand new South London festival from the organisers of Outlook, Dimensions, Cross the Tracks and We Out Here has been announced.
Taking place on Friday May 26 at Brockwell Park during the May Bank Holiday weekend, the music will span drum ‘n’ bass, jungle, grime, techno and more.
DJs announced for the festival include Goldie, DJ Storm, Calibre, Hudson Mohawke, DJ Flight, Emerald, Kahn + Neek, DJ Perception, RIZ LA TEEF, SHY FX, Bakey, Sully and V.I.V.E.K.
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Live performances will come from the likes of Ghetts, FLOHIO, Pip Millett and Ojerime – along with Fabio & Grooverider performing a live score celebrating the history of jungle and drum ‘n’ bass with The Outlook Orchestra.
Also on the line-up is Rustie, who has hinted a full return to the music industry after quitting the DJ gigging circuit in 2015, citing "addiction & mental health problems".
Once the Brockwell Park event wraps up, there will be a full, 10-venue night programme, with parties taking place at fabric, Village Underground, Phonox, Electric Brixton and other spots around the capital.
Village Underground will host a junglist-exclusive line-up with Tim Reaper, Sully, Coco Bryce and Dwarde, while fabric will host a three room party, with each of the rooms created by Channel Tres, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie.
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Speaking about the launch of the new festival, the team behind it said: “We’re proud to announce Project 6, a brand new event with a carefully curated line-up that covers a daytime festival and 10 nighttime sessions across some of London’s best dancefloors.
“Clubs are a vital part of this city’s vibrant music scene and we wanted to create a festival where music lovers can enjoy music outdoors in the summer sun, while placing equal focus on the city’s treasured club spaces,” it continued.
“Project 6 is about community, supporting venues, artists, labels, collectives and bringing people together celebrating the music we love.”
For tickets and to see the full line-up visit the Project 6 official website.
Isaac Muk is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter