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After the success of last year’s debut, MADE Birmingham is proud to announce its return to The Digbeth Triangle on Saturday 25th July.

In association with Rainbow Venues, the midday-to-midnight event has revealed this years line-up including an exciting and eclectic mix of both live music and DJ performances that showcase the second city’s reputation as a groundbreaking, innovative and diverse creative hub. Topping the bill of the 4 outdoor stages and 2 indoor stages is Detroit heavyweight MK.  He’ll be joined by Wilkinson who needs no introduction after his recent UK Top success.

In a testament to the diversity of this year’s bill, a fluid mix of genres will also be represented including drum & bass via Shogun Audio boss Friction and Matrix & Futurebound, to techno via legendary DJ and Dirtybird label head Claude Von Stroke and even the blurry, hip-hop leaning sound of Warp affiliate Nightmares on Wax.

Add to this Beardyman will also play (check out his recent Data Transmission Podcast), Heidi, Pleasure State – a collaboration between headliner MK,  Lee Foss (who will also perform an individual DJ set) and iconic singer Anabel Englund, Blonde, Legendary dub ambassador David Rodigan, MBE Norman Jay,  Trojan SoundsystemDusky, Doorly (check out his Hideout Mix here), Julio Bashmore, Swamp 81’s Paleman,  Stanton Warriors (check out their LiveTransmission Here)DorsiaFono and Birmingham’s own Subb-An and Adam Shelton.

Festival Director, Pete Jordan commented: “After the amazing debut of MADE Birmingham in 2014, this year will see the festival step up a few gears and become something that the city will truly be proud of, showcasing some of the world’s most important electronic music acts in the heart of industrial Digbeth. No other event in the UK is held in unique industry surroundings such as these.”

Lee McDonald, Managing Director of the Rainbow Venues commented: “Utilising the Digbeth Triangle we have developed the site stretching from the far end of Digbeth High Street, up Adderley Street and along Lower Trinity Street. In close collaboration with the city council we have effectively minimised any disruption to local residents. The Rainbow is proud to be part of an event that highlights the level of creative talent within the city, and propels it on to a national platform.”

To buy tickets for this event please visit the events page: MADE Birmingham 2015 tickets from Skiddle.

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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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