Second Wave of Artists Announced For Magnetic Fields 2015

26 October 2015

We promised we wouldn’t disappoint.

Magnetic Fields Festival has just announced the second wave of artists that will perform at its third edition set to take place between 18-20 December at Alsisar Mahal in Rajasthan.

The festival has expanded the roster at this years’ very special Red Bull Music Academy North Stage. Apart from DJ Koze, Objekt and Mumdance, performing artists will include acclaimed Berlin based selector Hunee & Dutch Rush Hour Records Boss Antal, house/techno prodigy Palms Trax and BRAINFEEDER legend - Kutmah.

The stage will also host the new Sandunes and Jiver collaboration Perfect Timing as well as analogue hardware fanatic Aqua Dominatrix.

We had already informed you about the first ever combined Indian and Pakistani live electronic performance with the Forever South & Consolidate showcase. Joining Karachi based Rudoh and Bangalore’s _RHL will be Islamabad-based experimental electronica producer Asfandyar Khan aka TMPST and Sulk Station, who will be revisiting the festival for an encore after last years incredible show.

Making their debut at the festival this year will be Delhi based rock band Superfuzz, Berklee-returned singer-songwriter Alisha Batth, Mumbai-based DJ and producer Kumail and Delhi-based DJ and producer Jitter, who will be playing a special disco set. The consistently brilliant Nicholson returns to the festival with company in the form of Mumbai based musician and frequent collaborator Fuzzy Logic.

Malaysian duo Bass Sekolah, comprised of producer CEE and multi-instrumentalist Darren Ashley, who are known for their emotive, melodic brand of electronic music will also be making their first appearance at Alsisar Mahal.

Delhi based AV duo BLOT will also be contributing to the festival with a specially created visual extravaganza.

Last years Desert Oasis Disco makes a return as the Heineken Desert Disco. The mini stage will add life to the expansive camping area with a carefully selected range of music, which will include reggae to disco to dub. The Dubai-based 264 Cru will play on Friday with an all-vinyl afrobeat, jazz, funk,and hip-hop infused showcase. Bhavishyavani Future Soundz’ main man M.Mat will play on Saturday with a very special guest followed by Malaysian outfit Detour Asia Dub Station and Delhi-based BASSFoundation Roots on Sunday.

And just in case your memory’s foggy, our first list of names included Shigeto, Palmistry, HVOB, Sid Vashi, pcrc and more. Here’s a reminder.

Check out Magnetic Fields’ website for more information. It’s also worth following Magnetic Fields on Facebook and Twitter for updates – there might just be more.



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