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RE—TEXTURED Festival makes March 2022 return

The 2022 edition will take place across London from March 23 to March 27

  • Aneesa Ahmed
  • 1 December 2021
RE—TEXTURED Festival makes March 2022 return

RE—TEXTURED Festival will be returning in March 2022 and has announced a series of acts that will perform at Printworks on March 25 2022.

The 2022 edition of the festival will take place across London from March 23 to March 27.

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The Printworks event will include a legendary roster of DJs and producers, including Nkisi, LSDXOXO, Helena Hauff, Skee Mask, and Héctor Oaks, as well as the global debut of VTSS' live AV show.

On Instagram, RE—TEXTURED wrote that attendees can expect "A multi room, multi-sensory event combining experimental electronic music, lighting installations and AV shows".

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For a striking visual and auditory experience, the festival blends experimental electronic music, modernist and industrial architecture, and unique light works.

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The Krankbrother-curated city-wide festival will focus on ambient, drone, leftfield electronics, and techno, and promise a 50/50 gender split across the event.

Details of the remaining days have not yet been released, though organisers promise that "this year’s festival will include seated show performances that aim to shine a light on fringe musicians and forward-thinking electronic producers".

In a statement given to Mixmag, Krankbrother Danny Clancy said: ""It’s been three long and difficult years since our last edition of RE—TEXTURED, so we’re delighted to announce our first show of the 2022 edition.

"Printwork’s Live Room is just the industrial cathedral needed to experience the mind bending music this show has on offer, whilst the dimensions also give huge scope to the visual and lighting artists to explore the interplay of sound and light.

"The Inkwells area offers a more focused space for the heads down dancers and the more experimental leaning end of the lineup.”

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Pre-sale tickets for the Printworks event are available now. To find out more visit their website here.

The full line-up for the Printworks event can be seen below.

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

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