Love 4 Music Festival 2019 Now in its second year, Love 4 Music is a small one day dance festival created by Cultural Events Promotions, and whilst it would be fair to say that this event was by no means a sell-out, it would be equally fair to say that this is a festival very much in its infancy, but shows great promise, and has all the potential to become a bigger and permanent fixture in an already busy festival schedule in the UK.


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Giorgio Moroder It’s not every day you get to see a three-time Academy Award winner take to the stage, but then again it’s not every day Giorgio Moroder comes to town, in fact, this is his first ever British tour.


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Fatboy Slim As the acid house smiley face carpet is laid down on the podium, you realise how much faster the changeover between DJs is compared with bands as it is only a brief period of time before the breaks legend that is Fatboy Slim takes to the stage, adorned in a Hawaiian shirt that is as colourful as his performance. Needless to say, Norman Cook is unlikely to let you down when stood behind the decks considering he has been honing his craft for the past 25 years of so yet his ability to create such an electrifying atmosphere is niche.


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Charli 2na and Krafty Kuts If old school hip hop and breakbeats are your thing, then you were in luck tonight with former Jurassic 5 member Charli 2na (Charles Stewart) and multi award winning DJ Krafty Kuts (Martin Reeves) onstage at the Brudenell Social club in Leeds.


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Kioko If you’re reading this it’s safe to assume that you love music, and hopefully you hate racism. If that’s the case, check out Love Music, Hate Racism! They were founded in 2002 during a time of increasing prejudice (remember that time the BNP started to gain support? *Shudder*). They’ve been peacefully campaigning for equality across all ethnic groups ever since, using gigs that celebrate love and acceptance.


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The Chainsmokers The Chainsmokers are EDM DJ duo Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. Having released their debut album, 'Memories… Do Not Open', earlier last year, the duo have brought their tour to London for one night only, at Alexandra Palace!


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DJ Shadow It is hard to believe that it has been 21 years since the release of DJ Shadow’s ground-breaking and highly influential experimental hip-hop album Endtroducing. Yet DJ Shadow has not lost an inch of his creative drive, pushing the envelope further yet again with his latest album The Mountain Will Fall. It was on this school night that Shadow was able to play his full set, having previously played cut-down sets at festivals, and hypnotise the packed Albert Hall with a perfectly melange of in-your-face turntablism and spectacular visual displays.


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