Deekline, Ed Solo And More On The Bill For The Mayfair Extravaganza

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Mayfair Boomtown

Following the incredible London show last year, the Mayfair Avenue Extravaganza is back to treat you to a sample of some of their favourite acts

Continental Drifts, GoMad Events and DeepBrass Prod are once again joining forces to bring a section of BoomTown's immersive and outlandish festival to South London as part of the new 'BoomTown Gatherings spin-off events' with the Mayfair London Extravaganza at Electric Brixton on Saturday 14th May.

Heading up the musical bill on the main stage are Ed Solo alongside studio partner Deekline (ft. Gardna); one of the finest producers in the dance music business Ed Solo honed his skills as a junglist; while Deekline is a platinum selling bass music icon balancing the cutting edge and mainstream with effortless flair.

Backing up Ed Solo and Deekline on the main stage is producer and DJ extraordinaire A. Skillz, who fuses funk, soul and hip-hop with D’n’B, dub-step and breaks. Known for his dance floor destruction, Father Funk will be bringing his energetic DJ mix of bass, big beats and the biggest, funkiest samples. Plus sets from Cut Capers, The Sweet Life Society; and Mayfair Avenue regulars Rumpsteppers, Dr Malaka, DJ Pony Montana and DJ Chris Tofu.

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Published on 25 April 2016 by UKFG

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