Innervisions’ kingpins Dixon and Âme return to the UK for their first b2b in the country since 2019. A duo whose work through the Innervisions record label, their productions and their DJ sets, have played a pivotal role in defining the house music scene we know today.
The pair are well known for pushing boundaries, performing at unique offsite locations – turning the Royal Albert Hall into a nightclub for example. On July 10th, they will bring their unique creativity to the spiritual sanctuary of Tofte Manor. There could not be a more fitting headline act to grace this venue for the first time.
Carista brings pure energy and a wide range of sounds to the show. A curator who’s DJ sets can feature sounds from soul, electronic, house, disco and UKG. Carista will close the treehouse stage deep in the woods – one you know is going to be special.
Correspondent boss Jennifer Cardini brings her unique style that fuses techno, electro and disco to the labyrinth stage. A true tastemaker, who’s held residencies at Rex Club and Berghain’s Panorama bar. Her charisma is infectious and her DJ sets nothing short of exquisite.
Innervisions favourites Trikk and Jimi Jules join the labyrinth stage and bring their unique style of enchanting deep house music that Innervisions has become so well regarded for. Rumour has it Trikk has a new album coming out on Innervisions this year.
Terr who’s seen releases on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy, Permanent Vacation, Correspondant and more brings her hard hitting sound that blends techno, electro, and house. Hailing from Antwerp, Lola Haro is one to watch and was awarded “Most promising artist of 2019” by Redbull. She holds a residency at Paradise City Festival.
Alex Medina, who featured on Dixon’s Transmoderna complication and has an upcoming release on Labyrinth Records, which will drop just before July 10th, joins the show from the Canary Islands.
Labyrinth’s curator and resident DJ Nick Castle also features.