Midland, Mano Le Tough and San Soda join Stop Making Sense 2013

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Stop Making Sense today announces another wave of acts and crews for this year's festival.

Now in its fourth year, one of Croatia’s most discerning and respected parties,

Stop Making Sense brings together club gangs from across Europe, who each choose their own headline guests, making Stop Making Sense a celebration of electronic music, a sun-drenched holiday, and a thrilling mini-break all rolled in to one.
 
Announcing a second wave of artists and club collaborators, Stop Making Sense welcomes electric minds, FACT and CRACK Magazine to the fold. Midland joins the AUS collective, Mano Le Tough is championed by mega London party and label electric minds and Belgian producer San Soda is brought along by warehouse heavyweights Love Fever.

With these names added to the already sizzling bill of headliners that includes Innervisions’ Ame & Dixon, Lindstrom coming along with Orlando Boom, Sub Club bringing Prins Thomas, plus Will Saul and crews from Warm and Trouble Vision and many more STILL to come, SMS 2013 is looking like a vintage year – four days and four nights of dancing in the sun, by the sea and under the stars.

More info at: http://stopmakingsense.eu/

Published on 30 January 2013 by Wayne Feltham

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