|Hot Cakes are absolutely stoked to announce our return to Boomtown, once again taking over Saturday night at the infamous Spaceport lounge.
This year we're bringing Four40 heroes Hybrid Theory and Nu Era to the futuristic rave zone, along with Hot Cakes artists Nina Wilde and Hypho.
Residents Jurassik and Final Conflict will also be dropping the fearsome low end hype as we take you all the way through to 3am in the early hours of Sunday morning.
These guys have been blazing the UK bass scene in style since they started now infamous Four40 imprint in 2010. Regulars on BBC 1 and 1Xtra, the duo are currently taking their show to the festival circuit, with appearances lined up at Boomtown, Secret Garden Party, Beat Herder and Made among others this summer alone.
In 2013 Nu Era debuted their sound on Four40 Records, their house and garage-influenced beats gaining support from some of the scene's finest including Crookers, DJ EZ, Shift K3y, Marcus Nasty as well as key tastemakers on BBC Radio1, 1Xtra, Rinse and Capital.
The duo can boast past releases on AC Slater's Party Like Us label and Kissy Sellout's San City High – as well as having produced official remixes for the likes of Chris Lorenzo and collaborations with Crown Duels and Four40 Bosses Hybrid Theory.
Nu Era have a busy summer ahead with guest mixes for 1Xtra and Kiss Fresh and an EP due for release on Four40.
Manchester-based young gun Hypho trades off brazen grime stylings, lush garage interludes and dubbed out bass riddims with fearsome snatches of ragga energy.
An incredibly prolific producer who’s still in his early 20s, he has already picked up support for his inimitable style of production from the likes of Deekline, Endor, Majora UK, Marcus Nasty, Mark Radford and many more.
Flying the flag for female-led bass culture right now is Nina Wilde, a prolific young producer from the underground mecca of the UK midlands who’s fast entering next big thing territory.
With two EPs on the mighty Hot Cakes Bass, Nina is ready to take her sound out of the UK underground and into the big rooms. Support for her raw yet hugely accessible tracks has come from major players on Radio 1, 1Xtra, Rinse FM and Kiss FM
London producer Jurassik is one of the new wave of artists combining jungle, garage and breakbeat flavours into the rich matrix of roughneck riddim that is UK bass music in 2016. Named by Beatport as one of the iconic dance music site's producers to watch, this badman student of the dancehall cooks up material on Deekline's celebrated Hot Cakes imprint. He also finds time to run the popular Hot Cakes club nights.
Final Conflict's sets take you on a sonic journey through the worlds of Bass, Breaks, House, Garage, Grime, DnB and back again with an impeccably natural flair. A true DJ right to the core, he has taken to the decks with icons such as Ratpack, Gorgon City, The Stanton Warriors, Deekline, Ed Solo, The Scratch Perverts … the list just goes on. Final Conflict has released a string of acclaimed tracks on Atomic Zoo, Top Draw Digital and Let's Go Records