Red Bull Studios Announce Zoo Project Festival Line Up

We look at who Red Bull Studios will be bringing to this year's Zoo Project Festival.

12th Aug 2014

Photo: Mala

Red Bull Studios have announced a reliably brilliant line up of headliners to take over their stage at this year's Zoo Project Festival, which takes place at The Other Forest in Donington Park from Sept 12th-18th

In this, the first year of Red Bull Studios involvement with the festival, the line up is befitting of the kind of quality we've come to expect from the energy drink's musical wing. 

Things kick off on Friday with The Streets main man Mike Skinner laying down one of his fearless, bass heavy sets that will be sure to get things fired up - check out his full throttle mix recorded earlier this year, above. Warehouse Project resident and Hoya:Hoya co-runner Johnny Dub willl also be called in, as will Digital Soundboy Shy FX, DMZ boss Mala and Phaelah.

The tempo comes down a notch on Saturday, with the laidback hip hop inspired sounds of Nightmares On Wax taking centre stage, with Stockport beatmsith Mr Scruff also drafted in for one of his genre bending sets. Medlar, Negghead, Gang Colours and Perfume Advert round off the heady selection on the second day.

Sunday will see deep and tech driven house from Squarehead (listen to his Bats & Stuff EP above), whilst French filtered house don DJ Falcon also makes an unmissable appearance, as will Mario Basanov's Ten Walls (live), acid house legend A Guy Called Gerald (also live) and T. Williams. Head here for the full Zoo Project line up. Grab your Zoo Project Festival tickets here. 

More like this? Try our guide to five must see acts at Zoo Project Festival here.

Disclaimer: The article above has been contributed by the event promoter or somebody representing the event promoter. As such we take no responsibility for accuracy of the content and any views expressed are not necessarily those of Skiddle or our staff.

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