Crack Magazine returns to Love Saves the Day this summer.
Our 100th issue lands this month and to celebrate we’re hosting a series of parties across the globe. Our Crack100 party series kicked off last week with sets from Helena Hauff and Gramrcy at Bristol’s Black Swan. However, the party doesn’t stop there. We’re continuing our celebrations in Bristol, Crack Magazine’s hometown, on 25 May at local festival Love Saves the Day.
For this special occasion, we’ve lined up former cover stars Little Simz and slowthai. Expect an explosive set from rising UK rapper Flohio, introspective bars from spoken word artist Kojey Radical and bedroom-produced tracks from cult indie artist Chelou. Lobster Theremin affiliate Ross From Friends will be soundtracking the stage with his style of melodic house and emotive textures, while BBC 1Xtra DJ Jamz Supernova will be on board to keep the energy levels at a high.