The Sheffield festival has unveiled more details for its edition this October.
No Bounds has announced more names to play this year with Mun Sing, I.JORDAN, Palms Trax, Proteus and DJ Fart in the Club joining the bill. The festival will also welcome turntablist NikNak, a back-to-back from Craig Richards and Calibre, plus sets from Tom Ravenscroft, Wanton Witch and the world premiere of Rian Treanor‘s collaboration with Ocen.
The upcoming edition, which takes place from 14-16 October, has also announced four new venues for 2022. This includes Sheffield DIY space Delicious Clam where a programme of South Yorkshire live acts will play on the Saturday and Moore Street Electricity Substation which will host an art exhibition. The discourse part of the festival will include a discussion from Colin Steven and Jim Ottewill, authors of Out of Space: How UK Cities Shaped Rave Culture.
This year will also see the programme curated by Mark Fell host performances from the likes of Beatrice Dillon and Nakul Krushnamurthy on the Sunday at Sheffield Cathedral. Working Men’s Club will play Hope Works with support from fellow Sheffield artists Winston Hazel and Pipes who featured on the band’s recent Steel City Remix EP. Elsewhere, drone yoga returns for 2022 as does Debbie Chia’s Light and Sound Bath sessions.
These latest additions join previously confirmed sets from Grove, Batu back-to-back Skee Mask, LCY, 96 Back and Nia Archives. Former Crack Magazine cover stars Blackhaine and Helena Hauff are also set to play as is Blawan, TSVI, Lyzza and Sherelle with Kode9.
Weekend tickets for No Bounds 2022 start from £60. For full information head to the festival website.
Listen back to a Beatrice Dillon mix below.