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Snowbombing announce first line-ups for 2014



Snowbombing has released a small snippet of what to expect at next year’s festival. For those that have never been, the festival is in Mayrhofen in Austria and in 2014 it runs from 7th – 12th April. 

Kicking of the annoucement with the one and only Carl Cox returning for a 2nd year. After rating Snowbombing as one of his “2013 highlights”, this time with a brand new twist up his sleeve. For 2014 Carl will play back to back with Saved Records boss, Nic Fanciulli. The double act will battle it out in a three dimensional boxing ring placed slap bang in the middle of the Racket Club.

Carl Cox said “I can’t wait to play one of the most important festivals of the year again, I was waiting to play Snowbombing for so long, as so many amazing Dj’s and live acts have played there and had an amazing time with the party people. If you love the snow and enjoy all kinds of fantastic music, this is the only one. I loved it in 2013, and I cannot wait to go back”

Reggae royalty David Rodigan MBE and his soundsystem will also make a welcome return for Snowbombing 2014. After hosting last year’s Street Party, Rodigan is no stranger to the alpine air.  Add to that the the four man DJ collective that is Horse Meat Disco, they are making their long awaited snowy disco return for 2014 and with people like DJ EZ, Roman FlugelRedlight, James ZabielaAnja Schneider, Scuba, Ben Pearce, Shy FX, Antony Naples, PBR Streetgang, B-Traits, Bicep, Breakage, Dismantle, Dusky, GorGon City, George Fitzgerald, J.G Wilkes (Optimo), Kidnap Kid, Midland, Paul Woolford, Psychemagic, Rodriguez JNR (Live), Special Request, Will Saul, Yousef and BBC Radio 1xtra’s MistaJam you’ve already got one hell of an event, with more to be announced! 

Prices start at £219 for accommodation and all the entertainment and deposits are only £125, to get involved head to: www.snowbombing.com for more info!

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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