- SHERELLE, Helena Hauff and Andy Stott are among the bookings.
No Bounds Festival is returning to Sheffield.
Running from October 15th to 17th, the festival will take place at its usual Hope Works home base, the Kelham Island Museum Grand Hall and other venues around the city.
This year the 16:8 Huddersfield Immersive Sound System will host a series of multichannel live sets before full-sized audiences. 2021 festival resident 96 Back will blur the lines between virtual reality and live performance with a set viewable both on VR platforms and in person. Six artists from the Nyege Nyege stable (Don Zilla, DJ Diaki, Duma, Makossiri, Chrisman and Turakana) are also scheduled to present multichannel works in collaboration with visual artists, while Nkisi and Gabber Modus Operandi will premiere a new 3D audio-visual commission called "Augmented Mythologies," combining the aesthetic of Indonesian gamelan with the African diasporic rhythms described in James Burns' Rhythmic Archetypes in Instrumental Music from Africa and the Diaspora.
Other live performances include sets by Andy Stott, Loraine James and AYA, while Helena Hauff, Juliana Huxtable, Anz, SHERELLE and India Jordan are among the DJ bookings. Check the full lineup and book tickets on the event page.