With Sequences festival coming up at the end of the month, organisers The Blast have put together a playlist to give us a sonic sample of what’s to come at this year’s event.

Still in its early infancy, the bass-centric festival made a big impression on the city in its debut year in 2016. It’s returning to the same spot outside Motion, with three bass music powerhouses taking over The Warehouse, Front Yard and Crane Yard.

The Blast are – as ever – dedicated to all things bass, with a headline DJ set from weighty sound duo Chase & Status

In the Front Yard, The Blast are – as ever – dedicated to all things bass, with a headline DJ set from weighty sound duo Chase & Status. They’ll be warmed up by a healthy dose of grime, garage, dubstep and DnB from the likes of Flava D, Elijah & Skilliam, Sam Binga B2B Chimpo & Trigga, Darkzy, and Bristol multi-genre producer K Stylz; plus a welcome afrobeat injection from the likes of Kojo Funds and Belly Squad.

Drum and bass kingpins Critical Sound have got free reign of The Warehouse

Drum and bass kingpins Critical Sound have got free reign of The Warehouse, bringing in Mefjus, Ivy Lab, Kasra, Kings of the Rollers (aka Voltage, Serum & Bladerunner), Foreign Concept, Jaydrop and loads more for a serious drum and bass session.

Photo: Bandulu Gang by Khali Ackford for Nitelife

Kahn and Neek’s Bandulu imprint will be taking over the Crane Yard, with sets from the label’s family and friends, including Hi5ghost & Boofy, OH91, Ishan Sound, Gemmy, Lemzly Dale, Amy Becker, Commodo, Sir Spyro, Flowdan, Rider Shafique and, of course, Kahn and Neek themselves.

Kahn and Neek’s Bandulu imprint will be taking over the Crane Yard, with sets from the label’s family and friends

29 July – Sequences Festival, outside Motion
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