Womxn Artist Focus

We'll be feeling some strong female energy come September at Hopton Court as we host some amazing women and non-binary performers throughout the headline and support slots from the start of the weekend until the very end. Get to know some of our top picks and make sure you make a note of their performance times as they won't be ones to miss.

DJ Pheeva

Welsh based DJ Pheeva has been plying her trade for over 20 years now. Playing some of the most reputable parties across the UK and Europe. She has always maintained a focus towards techno influenced sounds but more recently approaching a more broader style, her DJing has seen her invited to likes of Blau Club, Rekesound and Hard Life. This years she returns to Audio Farm to give us another taste of those hard hitting sounds she knows and loves.

Jazzy Lioness / L.E / Yazmin C

This year we welcome Bloc2Bloc to the festival to host some of their handpicked DJs and selectors from their ever growing roster of talent from the drum & bass world. As part of their takeover, we will see the likes of Jazzy Lioness, L.E and Yazmin C representing for the Manchester based station and for the incredible pool of talent from women in d&b. Don’t miss out on these three artists as we hotly tip them to be a highlight for those that love anything 160+.

Helena Hauff

One of the driving forces in the techno and electro sphere, Hamburg’s Helena Hauff has been a mainstay in the finest lineups across the globe when it comes to deep, dark and experimental lineups. As a producer she made her recording debut in 2013 on Werkdiscs / Ninja Tune. She has since partnered with PAN, Lux Rec, Bunker sublabel Panzerkreuz, Texan cassette imprint Handmade Birds and established her own label Return To Disorder. It’s a pleasure and a privilege to be seeing them headline Audio Farm in 2022 and it really will not be one to miss.

Eclair Fifi

One of the most diverse and chameleon-like DJs on the circuit, Eclair Fifi’s bold and brilliant selections have confirmed her as one of the best British DJs of recent years. With frequent appearances on the likes of Boiler Room, The Lab and with an Essential Mix under her belt, there’s not much they haven’t conquered behind the decks in their career. With a monthly slot on NTS Radio providing an insight into the tastemaker’s record bag on a frequent basis, it’s going to be a really treat for everyone at Hopton Court in only a matter of weeks when she jumps into the booth.


We’re super excited to bring No Boundaries boss Marley to Hopton Court when September rolls around. The London based selector can be seen frequently holding it down across some of the finest stations in the capital including Voices Radio and Subtle FM. She’s championing sounds from the worlds of funk, soul, Chicago house and global club, as well as showcasing diverse lineups and a range of talent through her club shows. Her style has been described as bringing ‘a unique energy’ to ‘make your body move’ which is exactly what we are all about here at AF.

Abbie Morris

Abbie Morris recently featured as part of the launch of our Audio Farm Audio series. Having co-founded Liverpool’s queer led party Humble Abode, the scouse selector is no stranger to some of the cities most reputable events and spaces. Frequenting the airwaves on Melodic Distraction as well as gaining resident status at Exhibxtchin’ and playing regularly at 24 Kitchen Street, Abbie has become one of the most sought after DJs in Merseyside. That’s why we are overjoyed to see them bring the energy at AF2022.

Audio Farm Audio Launches with Abbie Morris


Over the next few months we want to introduce you to some of the incredibly exciting DJ's and artists that will be featuring at this year's edition of Audio Farm.

For the first edition of Audio Farm Audio, Abbie Morris lays down 60 minutes of full throttle rhthms from the worlds of acid, tehcno, electro, rave and all things fast and furious. They feature as part of the Melodic Distraction takeover at Hopton Court this September.

Don't miss out on this or the multitude of other acts that will feature alongside Abbie in a few months time.

Listen here.

LGBTQ+ Artist Focus

This year's edition of Audio Farm festival features more performing artists from the LGBTQ+ community than ever before. We’re excited to celebrate queer culture throughout the weekend from an array of artists showcasing dance, music and creativity. Read on to find out more about some of the wonderful talent that you can catch when September on the farm rolls around.

House Of Apex

House of Apex is a new and upcoming Kiki-Vogue house based in Manchester. A diverse and multi-faceted house made up of six individuals, all who have taken on the names of their favourite apex predator. Wolf, Lion, Hyena, Lynx, Arctic Fox, Golden Eagle. Each member brings their own unique talent to the pack, from self-taught voguers and stage seasoned performers, to technically trained dancers, dance teachers, and even a gold medal gymnast and coach. You can expect to see a spectacular display of spins and dips, hypnotic hands and arm control, fabulous floor performances, dynamic duck-walks and crazy catwalk when they touch down at Audio Farm 2022.

High Hoops/Ellen Allien

Another takeover which returns to Audio Farm in 2022 is High Hoops. This time they’ve enlisted the help of Berlin’s finest Ellen Allien. Having burst onto the scene 30 years ago, Ellen has been a staple in the world of electronic music, most notably the more electro twinged sounds of techno. Having founded the BPitch control label back in 1999, the imprint has been home to some of the most recognisable and legendary techno and experimental track of the past few decades. Also featuring as part of the takeover will be the resident from Hoops crew. Providing smooth, silky and sexy selections from the worlds of garage, italo, house and breaks.

Alba Heidari + Annabel Arroyo (FOLD)

Two of the most exciting names and slowly becoming some of the most sought after DJs in the scene Alba Heidari + Annabel Arroyo will be featuring as part of London’s techno fortress FOLD’s takeover at this years festival. With both artists initially plying their trade in Spain, they now both reside in the capital. Heidari draws influence drum n bass, breaks, hardcore, hardtek, electro, and even gothic industrial, she defined her technical prowess and discovered the raw industrial techno that pulls together her versatile sound. And with Arroyo providing sophisticated transitions and catchy, groove-infused sound that lingers in the minds of crowds long after the music has stopped; it’s a match made in heaven.


From London to Manchester and then all the way to you at Hopton Court, Strutty Bitch is the alter ego without the ego. Having caused a raucous at last years Audio Farm festival with a out this world, out of the box out on the town performance that shocked the crowd in more ways than one we had to invite them back officially to bring their queer energetic, all singing all dancing performances over the weekend in September. Expect Shape Throwing, Girating, drops, bops and all the inbetween sexy bits you expect from the one and only Strutty Bitch.

Jamie Bull (Homoelectric)

Homoelectric once again are set to be a part of the Audio Farm lineup this year; bringing their legendary party starting status with them, as well as heaps of energy providing otherworldly sounds from the worlds of house & disco. Jamie Bull from the crew features once again and we’re feeling super privileged for their involvement. Once a resident at Leeds’ Speed Queen parties, Jamie gained a reputation as one of the unsung heroes of the UK disco scene, due to his consistently show stopping DJ sets across the country. Expect to move your body from start to finish when they jump behind the ones and twos for the Homoelectric takeover.


DIY party starters Queer House Party have been host to some of the finest, most exciting accessible but radical showcases of queer culture in London in the past handful of years. One of the brains behind the business is passer, Brighton based creative, DJ, radio host and curator and sound technician to boot. Their work prides itself on activism and fighting fascism often all at the same time as providing an unforgettable queer party experience. An array of sounds will be heard when they make their Audio Farm debut so expect the very best of garage and breaks, global club, house and techno.

Manchester Artist Focus

The city of Manchester has historically been home to some of the finest musical output in modern musical history. We’re more than all aware of the Manchester bands that have conquered the world with their sounds and the legendary nightclubs that the city has been home too. 


Here at Audio Farm, although our festival home resides on our beautiful farm in Kidderminster we feel a strong connection with our Mancunian musical family with a large percentage of our lineup finding the north western powerhouse of a city their home. Check below to find out a little bit more about a handful of those artists who you should definitely check out at this year’s edition of Audio Farm.


Blasha & Allatt 


One of most important DJ duos in the north west of England, Blasha & Allatt have become a staple in the techno scene now much further afield, cementing their place as two of the most ferocious DJs on the circuit when it comes to anything hard, fast and a little bit dark. They make up 50% of the Meat Free crew whom, if you haven’t heard already, supply Manchester with some of the biggest and best events over the past decade. They’ve now teamed up with Luke Daniels for their queer techno throwdown Frixxxion at The White Hotel, and have an exciting summer across the festival circuit ahead. Don’t miss out when they take to the booth in September.





​​OneFiveEight started as a collection of like minded folk, looking for new ways to collaborate artistically – or simply create great parties together. This went on to spawn various club nights across the northwest and culminated in the creation of the Herbal Sessions Soundsystem back in 2008. The music and parties created the bond between the members of OneFiveEight, but creativity originally brought them together, so they went on to curate several Art Exhibitions in venues across Manchester. These events were underground gatherings of unknown artists, and offered a platform for new talent to be highlighted in the city. Often booze fuelled and loud, these exhibitions were far from the stuffy elitist nature of galleries and museums.


For OneFiveEight's Audio Farm debut, they will be bringing a full crew including MrBreen, Vague David and the Kweefster mixing anything from Dub Disco Chuggers and House Nuggets, through to Wordwide Bass Business and Afrocentric Rhythms.




We’re over the moon to welcome an artists that have been making waves in Manchester recently and are producing sounds that have been described as ‘electro-soul badman fusion with an infectious beat’. This is the second time the duo which consists of Demi Baitsy and Chia Kali take to the Audio Farm stage and with a really strong year of various live shows under their belt, it’s going to a magical moment when their live set streams out of the speakers at Hopton Court. If you can’t wait until the festival, head down to Hulme on June 18th for Green Island Festival where they feature alongside KU’UMBA. 




Radio has been everpresent in Manchester’s musical makeup throughout it’s history, creating communities, supporting grassroots talent and spreading the word about it’s local musicians globally. That idea is something that resonates with Audio Farm ethos to it’s core. And as most of you know we’re also pretty fans of that new and school drum & bass sound. So it made sense for us to invite the dnb crew Bloc2Bloc as one of our many hosts at this years event. They’ve put together an unstoppable lineup together which includes jack Banner, Jazzy Lioness, Obscura, Seeka, L.E and Yazmin C.


Supernature Disco


Party purveyors and all round disco delights, Supernature DJs will be joining us and celebrating all things funky and fresh from the worlds of house and disco. The Supernature crew are known for bringing the energy during their daytime Sunday parties in the city of Manchester which operate frequently throughout the year, touching base with various different venues but maintaining their consistent flow of feel good vibes throughout. Having supported some of the biggest and most reputable artists they’re no strangers to the big stage and playing some of the finest tracks to an array of crowds.



Bombard Groove


A collective of DJ's, promoters and producers providing a safe and inclusive space for people to express themselves and connect. Dedicated to showcasing sounds spanning the world's genres and eras from bass driven club heat to rare oddities and mischievous melodies.They’ll be bringing their original groove and energy to AF 2022 as their resident DJs spin tunes from all four corners of the globe, expect percussive heavy tracks in all their various forms.

Listen In: Audio Farm 2022 Spotify Playlist


We're super excited to back bigger and better than ever in September at Hopton Court. It's our largest lineup to date, with artists from all over the globe from the worlds of techno, drum & bass, afro, house, indie an more. We've put together a carefully curated Spotify playlist that features exclusively Audio Farm 2022 artists. We'll be updating the tracks regularly so keep checking back to wrap your ears around the sounds of this years festival in preparation for what's set to be the most exciting, diverse and imaginative lineup yet.



We're incredibly excited here at Audio Farm HQ to reveal to you our second wave of artistic talent who will be featuring at this year's edition of the festival. To add to our already full stacked line up featuring world renowned headliners, we've added an array of DJs, bands and performing artists from across the UK, exploring and showcasing the best in the homegrown music.



Hailing from Manchester we have invited the likes of Freak Slug who brings her sunkissed indie-pop live show to the farm in September. Supernature Disco, some of the best party purveyors in the North West touchdown to bring the energy with a delicious DJ set full of the finest house and disco around. As well as this we're super excited to have House of Apex delivering some of the finest queer talent to this year's festival; expect the unexpected from the Manchester based vogue house.



Looking further afield to Brighton, for the first ever time Passer heads to the festival to grace us with their unmissable DJ sets, the Queer House Party co-founder will be in the mix in just a few months time. Third Space is also a feature at this years Audio Farm, exploring otherworldly sounds when they take to the stage. We're also privileged to welcome back Solebound, whose unique take on folk will once again be soundtracking the farm.



Of course we have a strong contingent from North Wales featuring the likes of Becket to showcase some late night techno greatness. As well as a return from one of our favourite junglists DJ Pheeva, holding it down once again ready to make your body move. Hourglvss will be one of the highlights of the weekend for us, don't miss out on their 80s inspired, synth dripped pop.



And finally, when we turn our eyes to the capital we're lucky enough to be gifted with some of the cities best. Marley, who heads up No Boundaries will be seen to feature, touching best with Jazz, Latin, Funk, Soul, Disco and beyond. Another stand out from our second wave announcement is Alex Akal and the Wolves, who describes himself as an 'experimental musician who connects contemporary music with traditional instruments' - what a treat for the ears when September rolls around. Last but not least, London powerhouse FOLD reveals their takeover lineup which takes shape with some of techno's most sought after DJ's and two freocious b2b's - James Newmarch B2B Voicedrone and Anabel Arroyo B2B Alba Heidari.




Tickets are still on sale and moving quickly, with daytime tickets and payment plan options available, there's no better time than now to secure your place at Audio Farm 2022.




We're just around the corner from the start of the festival calendar, with many of us chomping at the bit, itching to get outside for a bit of a rave-up in a field or even a local park with a mini rig and a bottle of Buckfast.
Well, to make these symptoms even worse we've been asking some of the artists on our bill what their favourite festival tracks are and why they're so special.
We've been happy and surprised at some of the results:

Ste Chesters (Audio Farm Festival)
"One of my fav tunes at the festival of all time is when Carl Craig dropped Gypsy Woman in 2018 on the Sundance stage. I was sorting some staffing at the stage and as soon as I heard it, I ran from the situation and raved in the sun. Magic

Mark Archer (Altern8)
“It’s just one of those tracks that’s passed down well through the past couple of decades, it’s a beast of a track and a brilliant sing-a-long track that is a perfect set closer”.

Steevio (Freerotation)
“I can't remember how many times I lay on my back with my eyes closed in a chillout tent at some festy or another, coming down from a night of hedonistic fun x”

High Hoops "Picked this beast up in a wicked shop in Marseille late last year. So many things we love about this track from the heavy acid tinges to the tripped-out goa trance-like vocals. Absolute killer”

Aloona (Ministry Of Sound).
“Every time I hear it I am transfixed by this beautiful rousing blend of Indian drums, orchestral harmonies, and electronica. Perfect to welcome the start of a festival day”

Blasha & Allatt (Meat Free)
"Give me a UK raver worth their salt that doesn't get excited when this comes on! Absolute classic! We went through of a phase playing this out loads about a year ago, but still bangs each and every time"

Sam Watson (Freerotation)
This track for me sums up everything I love about techno. It has purpose, progression, melody, depth, drive, darkness and beauty and takes you to a place where you step out of reality. If played anywhere especially a festival it's the kind of track to lose yourself in.

Many thanks to everyone that contributed to the cause.
You can catch these talented performers over the course of the weekend, be on the lookout for the line ups and full stage guides that will be released shortly.
In the meantime you can check out the blog for more features, articles and mixes from festivals past.


There’s a lot to be said about our first featured headliner, KiNK. Whether it be his unique, energy-filled performances on his ever-changing hybrid set up, his ingenious production methods or his actual varied and deeply original footprint on the house and techno sound.
So, as far as I’m aware from videos on his Facebook page, KiNK lives in some sort of Wonka type paradise in Sofia
that’s crammed with every type of drum machine and sampler a producer can imagine.
In my experience bar a few exceptions, gear hoarding like that often comes paired with an interesting and varied back catalogue.
Now, KiNK’s musical history dates to 2006 and almost everything he’s done stands out as absolute quality, so one’s perspective in what stands out as a highlight in his back catalogue may be different to someone else’s.

Handmade (Featuring Rachel Row)
Kink’s maiden outing on Amsterdam’s hallowed imprint,Rush Hour has a very organic feel to it that compliments that label so perfectly and there’s a very good reason why in an incredible ‘making of’ video

See, this is a signature KiNK sound. Absolute piano screamers for the floor.
Taken from the b side of his 'Rachel' E.P on Josh Wink's acclaimed 'Ovum' label in 2010, it seems to pave the way for many of the future work outs for the man.

Rave Signal
Rave Signal smashed into clubs around 2012 with it's fire alarm square wave stabs and break cut up that seem to be lifted right from an Altern8 record. KiNK shows off off his love for jungle and proto-hardcore sounds that continue to weave through his musical DNA.

Unit 2 - Sunshine (KiNK Remix)
The 1992 Underground Resistance classic got a huge 2017 remake ahead of the reissue on Running Back

This melodic charger keeps building and building. There's nothing not to love about it.

Valentines Groove
This low down Rhodesy work out on Clone's Royal Oak sublabel takes KiNK on a deviation from much of his body of work, some might say this has an echo of Motor City Drum Ensemble, but it's just another string to his bow.

This 90s house flavour is simple yet so addictive, as is the case with many of KiNK's work.

If you've got a favourite kiNK construction, then please feel to share it in the comments section on our social media channels where you see this post.
You can also get acquainted with some exclusive music of sets recorded from our previous events on our SOUNDCLOUD page



It feels good to be finally back at the One Tribe news desk and it’s already it feeling like we never left.
According to my most recent calendar, it’s a new year and what an exciting year 2020 shaping up to be with September’s Festival lineup being one of the most in-depth and diverse with talent across the music landscape.
I know there’ll be many musically inclined that saw the line-up and lost their minds and well done to you lot.
But, I thought it’d be nice to have a go-to A-Z guide of all our fabulous acts just in case you may have missed something and regret after the festival. It's the philanthropist in me.
Also, this can be used as a guide for those around you that weren't as animated as you might have expected from phase one announcement. The ones that had blank faces while you yelled what were essentially random words at them whilst maniacally swinging off the light bulb; “What’s a Prosumer” and “don't Kink at me”. The latter may see you end up in human resources.
Between now and the time comes to open the festival gates we'll be doing more featurettes like these including interviews, mixes, and playlists from the artists, promoters, and DJs that will be with us over that weekend.
Now that we’ve got the prologue out the way, let's see what we’ve got on the board so far.

We start with Age Of Glass. A slick grooved Manchester band that has played every festival that our crew has put on.
I would be struggling to coin a sentence better than the one on their Facebook page
“The bastard triplet of Björk and Joe Strummer, they will make you dance with your hands in the air like you just don’t care.”

The Ministry Of Sound regular made her festival debut for us on a hazy Saturday summer morning with a refreshing collection of jazz-step and artcore.

One of the most genre-pushing selectors, not only in Manchester but on the musical map asa whole. We’ve proudly supported Annabel Fraser since we’ve started the festival, with her set at the Audio Farm Festival at The Workhouse way back in 2013
Her continued commitment to deep dive crate digging and procurement of interesting and rare beats from across the musical spectrum has earned Annabel pride of place at events from Pikes Hotel to The White Hotel and turning heads/warping minds at her residency on NTS

The UK techno machine that’s been one of the biggest flag-wavers for the scene for some decades now. He’s Ben Sims. What more do you want me to say?

You can expect absolute screamers from the word go from the techno talisman team.
They’re a rallying war cry for the roaring underground in Manchester with clinical turntable precision and world-class meme game.
This is from a rowdy room 3 at Freerotation that many of us here were losing stones to.

As a DJ his focus is on the deep, the experimental and the musical. Drawing on his wealth of experience in both Drum & Bass and 4x4 based genres, he joins these styles together in a mesmerising weave, defying genre and categorisation, that cements his reputation as one of the most respected artists in the scene today.

Less representative of a DJ set, this track from the band I’ve loved for many years. Crazy P’s disco tinged elements are always on show, whether fronted by Danielle Moore’s shape throwing performance or the heads down disco in some of their DJ sets, the same quality is apparent.

He’s continues to pave his own path since this 90’s radioactive firestorm, Henry being one of the highlights of the 2017 Audio Farm Festival event where he closed the Forest Stage with a tour de force of clinical pneumatic techno. A must see for all the stompers out there.

Those who like their Hop Tripped will be lazing around the couch with excitement at the announcement of DJ Food
Ninja Tune darlings and pioneers of that slack, lo fi grooves will be on hand for the perfect hazy summer afternoon.

Liquid lyricist MC DRS is back with us once again. First thing I’d ever heard him on was an outstanding yet tricky time signature track from Blame called 360 Click alongside Conrad. I did have a look for it but couldn’t find it. It’s on Logical Progression 2 if you want to dig it out.
In terms of more recent effort, here’s him painting lyrics over the legendary and never forgotten Marcus Intalex

Here’s Nikki AKA Euphonic. The fearsome midlands Drum & Bass ambassador.
I’m going to let her music speak for itself. Check out a set made purely from her own work.

Hailing from Manchester, UK, Gina Breeze is a driven, passionate and charismatic DJ and producer with a unique approach to her blend of house music, tech and experimental electronica..


The DON’T and Super Rhythm Trax head honcho is arguably one of the most versatile DJ’s to walk the planet, Jerome sits in his own personal gravity that straddles techno, acid and rave all etched together with hip hop and electro sensibilities. His DJ sets are always guaranteed to blow the roof off wherever he is.

The unprecidented force of nature in KiNK is astounding. Unautordox to the core, Kink blends house techno and Jungle sounds together in a very unique approach to performance, triggering sounds and jamming on the fly with an ever changing kit list and an attitude fixated on crowd enjoyment.

There's a certain amount of romance around the the name Krysko for generations of club goers across the decades.
Many of the most legendary events over the years from his Sankey Soap tenure in the early late 90's into the early millenuim, through to the decade and a half reign of the Warehouse Project, we'd have all seen the name Krysko on various seminal posters on walls off Oxford Road or a flyer in Eastern Bloc. It's with good reason that his name has stood the test of time with impeccable taste, great feeling for the floor and passion for what he does.Long live Krysko. Manchester's resident DJ.

Long time Freerotation resident. Leah has a keen ear for haptic rhythms in her eloquently programmed sets. Techno from the forefront at its best.

Roundly viewed as the godfather of liquid. That's incredibly reductive. Bukem is a rare entity on the dancefloor that's changed the conversation so many times. From Demons Theme, to Atlantis (I Need You) and most importantly in my eyes 'Horizons'. This mix is a fair representation of what to expect with the D&B Don.

Manchester's Metrodome is possibly the most standalone artist on the bill. His music is unique, forging bass, forwardthinking drum programming and melodic sound design and twisting it into something wholley new, yet relatable in the molds of modern day bass music. That or I'm talking nonsense and this party starter mix is much more about it. The truth is somewhere in between.

Mobius Loop have been low key and in some cases high-key moments at our festivals over the years. Their fun and often thought provoking music has been a welcome addition and always seem to bring something new to the table.
After a good while of trawling through footage, I finally settled on this clip from our friends over at Kendal Calling asit's the most evocative of their festival presence.

Mungo’s Hi Fi are a soundsystem and music production collective based in Glasgow, Scotland. They produce and play music which blends Jamaican influence with contemporary bass music, resulting in a unique take on Ska, Reggae, Dancehall and Dubstep that has made them firm favourites in the underground music scene.

The big bear of house music is heading over to lovingly mawl uswith one of the most comprehensive vocabularies of house and disco around. Here's him in one of the most iconic Boiler Rooms of all time.

Personally, one of my favourite mixes from one of the most influential names in Manchester's underground. His mariana trench level knowlwedge of multigenre evolution is eye-watering. His night Hit & Run aftermore than a decade is more impressive and that's before we even get to Levelz and Rich's strong ethic and community work. Layers and layers to this guy!|

Sam is a tuned in techno DJ with decades of experience on the turntables, holding court at Freerotation every year as well as for the Audio Farm, Onetribe and Festival No 6.

Since their emergence in 2006, SpectraSoul have carved a truly unique position, not only in Drum & Bass, but electronic music as a whole. Having released music on only the very finest and most respected labels in the scene. Goldie's Metaheadz

Over the last few years, Leeds' based klezmer/Balkan beats/gypsy jazz bohemians Tantz have taken the UK world/roots music scene apart with their full-on musical attack on audiences across the length and breadth of this nation.

It's so nice to see these two together. Watch this space as two of techno's finest geared minds throw down this September.

Will Tramp is a firm favourite over this way, crossing paths with him at his residency at Homoelectric, The End Of Year Riot, Parklife and anywhere else a good cross section of house, disco and party anthems are needed, sewn together with some hands-in-the-air accapellas are needed.

The man about 'Neighbourhood' is famed for his garage footprint but he switches styles through his set like tapas. It's truly a bit of an honour to finally have the man down to One Tribe.

If that isn't enough music for you then be sure to check out our Soundcloud account where we've got a bunch of exclusive sets from the likes of Special Request, DJ Sneak and many more.

Audio Farm 2018 Revisited: SPECIAL REQUEST & XDB live

With festival season in full swing and it feels weird that there is no audio farm event this year, however, we're getting some much-needed rest and recuperation ahead of future plans.
With the hope of taking you back to Hopton Court last year, we've got a double offer of world-class music recorded on the Saturday at Audio farm.
From a hazy afternoon on the Sundance stage, we have a favourite from this year's Freerotation festival the larger than life XDB. And from The Home Of The Drum stage later that evening, Paul Woolford's rave marauder alias 'Special Request' It's fair to say that these two artists are at the forefront of what they do and we're so happy we can finally share these with you.
Many thanks to Alex Downey for all the help in capturing these recordings.

Look to the website, Instagram, Soundcloud and Facebook pages for more mixes and up to date information about our upcoming events and shows x