More acts announced for Southampton Soundclash (September 2015): James Zabiela, David Rodigan, MisaJam, Redlight, Goldie

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Organisers have revealed 30 more acts set to play at Southampton Soundclash Festival in September 2015. Headliners include James Zabiela, David Rodigan, MisaJam, Redlight, Goldie, No Artifcial Colours, DK SKT, and Low Steppa.

It was announced last month that Basement Jaxx would be headlining the Main Stage in September. Today, festival organisers have revealed that the duo will be joined by MistaJam, FooR (live), and two further headliners yet to be announced.  will also be playing on the Main Stage.

The first acts announced to be playing the stage hosted by Southampton nightclub Switch are Redlight, DJ SKT, and Low Steppa. With support coming from BITR8 & KIR3Y, Soul Divide, and George Francis & Jacuze. There are three further headliners still to be announced.

The Warehouse stage – hosted by the well-known Southampton-born WH brand – will see local hero James Zabiela headlining. No Artificial Colours will join him, as will two more as-yet-unannounced headliners. Support on this stage will come from High Tide DJs, ThemAgen, Tom Budden, and FWD MTN.

On A Mission and Supercharged will be co-hosting a stage in September, presenting David Rodigan’s Ram Jam. Naturally, David Rodigan is set to headline this stage. Metalheadz co-founder Goldie is also on the bill, as are Hannibal, Kronical, J Skeptik, and Huell & Combat Collins. There’s still more to be announced for this stage: Two further headliners to come.

The lineup for the fifth stage, hosted by Garage Nation, was announced earlier in the month and features Artful Dodger, Oxide & Neutrino, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Majestic & MC Kie, Matt Jam Lamont & MC CKP, Royal-T, and DJ Cartier & PSG.

Here’s the full Southampton Soundclash Festival lineup for September 2015 so far:southampton-soundclash-festival-sep-2015-wave-2-28-06

 

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