Eastern Electrics returns to Morden Park for its second year on 4th and 5th of August. Having grown slowly but surely from dance music’s underground roots, officially becoming a festival in 2007. It has since become a fixture of summer festival calendar. Set out across 7 different stages each with their own design, London revellers can be treated to an immersive experience just on their doorstep.
Day one is celebration of all things house. With Hot Since 82 and Jamie Jones headlining. Their smooth and groovy style of house no doubt bringing the summer vibes to the event. London locals Alan Fitzpatrick and Skream join the proceedings. With Alan Fitzpatrick showcasing his hard-hitting breed of techno. While Skream, who played a pivotal role in shaping the Dubstep scene will be bringing his friends and fam to his RC1 powered Skreamizm stage. From Europe, Matador and De La Swing will be in attendance. With both De La Swing and Matador featuring at multiple Elrow events.
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Day two is a celebration of genre’s UK. With a strong offering of UK garage, UK Grime UK drum and bass. Rinse FM, the longtime launch pad for many grime artists curate a stage with the likes of Ghetts, Casis Dead and Busey. The Rinse stage is then headlined by Reggae and Jungle mainstay David Rodigan. Matt Jam Lamont present a history of UK Garage. Leading the line-up himself but with strong support from the likes of Wookie and Oxide and Neutrino. RAM records will then take care of the drum and bass side of things. With Bad Company UK, Culture Shock and DC Breaks all showcasing their sound.