The series kicks off with a dose of Brazilian sunshine from DJ Marky, who brings a fresh, soulful mix straight from his home in São Paulo to the lush fields of East Anglia.
This is the first in a podcast series from the festival, with the coming weeks bringing mixes from other acts on the line-up.
Listen to the Natural Rhythm podcast with DJ Marky
With four arenas, Natural Rhythm's aim is to cover every aspect of the Electronic music spectrum.
First up, set amongst the mysterious woodland they have the aptly named Tree House, which will feature Crosstown Rebels and DC10 leading man Clive Henry, and Hot Creations' very own rising star Richy Ahmed. There will also be DJ showcases from East London favourites Lo*kee and Spilt Milk.
Next up, the Labyrinth - a haven for Dubstep, Drum & Bass and Reggae. With Stink Like Sock and Audio Danger Records at the helm, they've invited special guests DJ Marky, MC LowQui, Serum, Bladerunner, Mungo's Hi Fi, Killawatt, Sleeper and Thelem to help complete the bill.
The Rubiks is a collective of the most happening parties in the region. Krafty Kuts and A-Skillz are the two main headliners who will be delivering just this, with support from Ghetto Funk's Will Streetwise, as well as the Pow! Party Boys, Get Low Cartel, and White Noise DJs to name but a few.
And finally there's the Tipi, which will feature East Anglia's top up and coming unsigned bands. The Colour Movement lead the way, with Ursa Minor, The Brass Funkeys, and The Soft also playing too. Legendary Fat Poppadaddys / Let's Kill Disco DJ Pete Moore will be hosting in between, alongside the 1930's Turntablist DJ Lord Fothersgill of Kent.
Tickets for Natural Rhythm are £49.50 and available through Skiddle below.
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