PLAYLIST // Who Cares host new Lost Garden stage at LSTD

Party collective Who Cares are taking over a brand new stage at Love Saves the Day

Kojey Radical
Kojey Radical will play the Lost Garden stage

The South West’s favourite electronic festival Love Saves the Day delighted fans with the announcement of a whole new stage at this year’s festival. The Lost Garden will be home to two of Bristol’s party collectives, with Bitch, Please! taking the Saturday shift (Artwork, Cinthie, Jessie Perez) and on Sunday, the reigns being given to Who Cares.

The collective have curated an eclectic and all-round excellent lineup – including a headline set from Bristol drum and bass legend DJ Clipz, for an extremely rare performance since he shed his DnB skin eight years ago to pursue his now super successful alias Redlight.

Also on the lineup is must-see rising rapper Kojey Radical, soca-bass-dancehall vibes from Jus Now x Klose One (Swamp 81), Bristol-born grime from OH91, and forward-thinking electronic R&B from Javeon.

If you needed any persuading that this stage should feature heavily in your Love Saves Sunday plans, Who Cares have put together an exclusive playlist for us.

They’re also going to be taking over The Love Inn this Wednesday for a special Love Saves the Day warm up party. It’s free entry and there’s a chance to win tickets to the festival, plus a tempting secret lineup means you could see an appearance from any of the Who Cares residents: Addison Groove, Break, Dismantle, Gotsome, Hi5ghost, Kry Wolf, Komon, Joker, Jus Now, Kahn, My Nu Leng, NYTA, OH91, Pinch, Sly-One, and Woz.

EVENTS:
12 April – Who Cares x LSTD launch party, The Love Inn
27 – 28 May – Love Saves the Day, Eastville Park

lovesavestheday.org // Who Cares // LSTD x Who Cares warm up party

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