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Dialled In festival announces first wave of acts for second edition

The South Asian-focused festival will be taking over Hackney's EartH

  • Aneesa Ahmed | Illustration: Shweta Sharma
  • 2 February 2022
Dialled In festival announces first wave of acts for second edition

Dialled In, a South Asian-focused electronic music festival, has unveiled the first artists slated to perform at its upcoming event, which will take place on April 9 at Hackney venue EartH.

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The event will hold a complete venue takeover at EartH between 12:PM and 10:PM, with an afterparty at Village Underground from 10:PM onwards, following a successful maiden edition in September last year.

This is the first time EartH Hackney is seeing a full venue takeover.

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DJs confirmed to play the festival so far include Yung Singh, Mixtress, DJ Priya, Gracie T, anu, former Swing Ting DJ Samrai, QTIPOC club crew PXSSY PALACE and Manara.

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Works Of Intent, SUCHI b2b D-Lish and Rohan Rakhit are also set to play.

There will also be live acts from Anoushka Shankar, Paul Institute affiliate HIRA, Jitwam, Shivum Sharma, Nabihah Iqbal, Raheel Khan and Paul Purga.

Dialled In is a collaborative project between Daytimers, No ID, and Chalo. This year the festival has started a new series of four casual presentations called Dialled In: Conversations at RichMix in Shoreditch.

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Tickets for these can be purchased here on a pay-what-you-can model - all proceeds to to charity Afghanaid.

The festival has also promised food from the South Asian region, including fully vegan options available.

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Tickets are now on sale here.

Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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