96 Back and Nkisi announced as residents for No Bounds and Hope Works

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Rian Treanor, Diessa and Porter Brook are among the other confirmed residents.

Sheffield’s Hope Works, which runs No Bounds Festival, has announced its 2021 residents. The club will welcome artists like Nkisi, Porter Brook, Rumbi Tauro, Gracie T and Alex McLean to its residency programme this year. Former residents such as Local Action’s 96 Back, Rian Treanor and Babycakes co-founder Diessa have also been locked in for 2021.

“For the 2021 edition we have added a new cast of residents to illustrate a wide array of adventurous electronic music and art that is emerging in the scene,” said the No Bounds and Hope Works team in a statement. “No Bounds is committed to supporting new and break-out artists as well as established acts in order to provide a sonically diverse team who will represent and collaborate with us now and in the future.”

No Bounds festival is scheduled to take place this October. Earlier this year, the team announced the full festival line-up. This year’s programme features former Crack Magazine cover stars such as Loraine JamesBatu, Ben UFO and Helena Hauff.  India JordanAnzSHERELLEKode9, Tim Reaper, Ifeoluwa and Juliana Huxtable are among the other names confirmed.

No Bounds 2021 takes place 15 to 17 October in various venues across Sheffield. Head to the No Bounds website for tickets and further line-up information.

Revisit Nkisi’s Crack Mix below.