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Annie Mac presents @ Creamfields

As Creamfields gets ever nearer we've taken a look at one of the Festival's arenas, the much loved Annie Mac Presents. Read about it here.

Jimmy Coultas

Date published: 3rd Apr 2014

Image: Gillian Shaw Photography

Creamfields is looking better than ever this year, with a simply huge line up for 2014's party that involves almost every single one of the premier artists on the scene (check out our article detailing the eye popping number here). We're getting ourselves excited for the event by spotlighting one of the biggest arenas over the three day mega party, looking at Annie Mac Presents, the BBC Radio One DJ's personally helmed offering on the Saturday.

As the nation's first lady of rave, Annie Mac's voice and music tastes have become intertwined with everything that is good and great about club culture in this country. She's been an integral component in the positive way dance music has become synonymous with chart success again, and at Creamfields she has brought together a smattering of artists that reflect this brilliant grasp on the sounds that excite both modern dancefloors and the radio.

Bass music legend Skream joins her, the Croydon native managing to shift his sound with consummate ease recently to adopt a housier approach, proving his ability to shift musically across the spectrum. One man who went in the opposite direction to great effect is also in attendance, Paul Woolford's bass soaked excursions under his own name and the latest pseudonym with which he attacks the senses, Special Request, hitting the spot around the globe.

That radio friendliness and dancefloor convergence is highlighted by the presence of two killer DJs who married their hip snapping grooves with crossover hits - Breach, the man behind arguably the record of 2013 in 'Jack', and Route 94 who scored a number one earlier in the year with 'My Love'.

There's also the mash up house of Friend Within, glistening electronic warmth of Karma Kid and the future garage stylings of Monki (who impressed Skiddle at the Bugged Out Weekender recently), with more names due to be revealed later in the year. No fan of dance music can count their summer complete without at least one moment with Annie, Creamfields giving you the chance to get the full force of her AMP project in the best possible manner.

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