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5 Acts You Shouldn’t Miss At MADE Festival This Year


MADE Festival is back for 2022 at a new home in Dunstall Park (Wolverhampton Racecourse) on Saturday 30th July and as always, this festival can be relied upon to deliver a killer lineup. Data Transmission will be there again this year and we’ve been looking into the top 5 acts that you shouldn’t miss.


Bru-C is everywhere right now. His new single ‘No Excuses‘ is firing up the national charts as he starts to make inroads into the mainstream consciousness. This follows massive tunes like ‘You & I’ and ‘Streetside’. The MC and rapper from Nottingham came up as part of CruCast and has collaborated with everyone from Holy Goof to Skepsis. Now he is seriously set to blow, so no better time to catch him live at MADE.


Fresh from a huge set at Glastonbury, A.M.C is widely recognised as one of the most exciting and talented artists in the Drum & bBss scene right now. His DJ sets are known for their big double and triple drops, speed mixing and his combination of classics and brand new dubplates. He never disappoints behind the decks so makes the must-see list at MADE.


Alisha is a fast-rising star on the intelligent side of tech house. On a mission to put her hometown of Peterborough on the map, she’s just released an EP on Eastenderz and is consistently popping up on some big lineups including Parklife, Creamfields and Paradise Amnesia in Ibiza. This one-to-watch will definitely do the business at MADE Festival.

GW Harrison

GW Harrison has been steadily making a name for himself as resident at the legendary Abode parties but with the release of his new track ‘Feels Good‘ on Toolroom he’s set to take a giant leap up. The summer anthem has been getting support across the board, with Danny Howard on BBCRadio1 getting behind it. Could be the surprise set at MADE so don’t miss it.

Bad Boy Chiller Crew

Love them or hate them you simply cannot ignore them. After an unlikely UK album chart battle with Ed Sheeran, the Bradford collective are now taking the sound of Northern bassline global, with a USA tour. With a UK no.2 album (‘Disrespectful’) and 2 top 40 singles (including top 10 smash ‘BMW’) under their belts this year, Bad Boy Chiller Crew are in huge demand. If you’re at MADE you’ve got to see them live.

MADE Festival takes place on 30th July at Dunstall Park, Wolverhampton. Get tickets here


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