Above & Beyond (Big top headliner sunday)
This year at the Big Top Live, we’re proud to present electronic music’s most famed trio: Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness, and Paavo Siljamaki; Above & Beyond. They’ve released 3 studio albums, 2 remix albums, 1 side-project album. Their own labels, Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep, are among the most respected imprints in the global dance music scene and have released 23 A&B albums and compilations in the last 12 years, all snapped up by a devoted worldwide fan-base that has passionately followed this London-based electronic trio since their formation in 2000.
This Amsterdam producer-duo gave the word Cleavage a whole different meaning when they decided to name themselves exactly that. The public successes of ‘Prove’, ‘My Body’, and ‘Grace’, paired with their exhilarating live acts have resulted in a multiple track deal with Spinnin’ Records and releases on the UK’s Toolroom Records. With a summed up total of over 5.5 million YouTube plays, hitting #1 on Traxsource, and supporting DJ giants like Tiesto, Oliver Heldens, and Tensnake, they have proved to strike the right chord. Don’t miss their catchy soulful house in the Big Top on Sunday.
Still only 21-years-old, Dante is setting things alight in quick succession. His distinctive twist on big room house has catapulted this rising talent into the electronic world’s spotlight, and will take the Big Top crowd on a journey they’ll never forget.
Gordon City (live)
London duo Gorgon City – Kye Gibbon and Matt Robson-Scott – are two young men who each separately jumped in to clubland’s deepest and choppiest waters and learned to swim the hard way. With a deft history of music making behind them individually as Foamo & RackNRuin, once Kye and Matt joined forces as Gorgon City things quickly began to snowball at a rapid pace. During their Live set at the Big Top, Gorgon City will transcend dimensions and unleash their captivating harmonies to the masses.
Hailing from Croix, Northern France, Cedric Steinmyller – best known as Klingande – has been breathing new life into the electronic music world with his impeccable productions and uplifting sound, cementing his reputation as one of the most refreshing and original producers of today. Klingande’s presence of sublime melodies has made him one of the leading figureheads within the spectrum of big room, and his intense energy will spark fireworks at the Big Top.
Hailing from Antwerp, in just a few short years, Netsky has built a reputation for consistently delivering hard-hitting drum & bass anthems. Netsky’s rise up the ranks has been a sight to behold. He first made his name with Hospital Records in 2009 with a series of blistering releases including ‘Memory Lane’ and his infamous self-titled debut album ‘Netsky’ propelling the young talented producer into the premiere league. Netsky effortlessly blurs the lines between artist and superstar DJ/producer, especially with his captivating live show which he will bring to the Big Top on Sunday.
Both originally from suburban Greater London, Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie better known as Sigma, stand at the meeting point between dance music and pop. As Sigma’s profile has skyrocketed, they’ve escalated quickly from rising stars into one of the biggest acts in the UK and beyond, and are one duo you don’t want to miss at the Big Top.