DUMDUM @ GYOR - AUDIO BULLYS.DARREN EMERSON.DJ FEADZ.PAOLO
MOJO.OLIVER HUNTEMANN and fellows are overrunning Gyor this summer...
Hello DUMDUM! Goodbye NAPHOLD Festival!
In the past few years more and more smaller, festival-like parties
started spreading across Hungary. Having officially declared itself as
a mini festival, the Gyor based NAPHOLD was among the most outstanding
low cost phenomenons of such kind. Despite of having undergone some
changes, just like each previous year, it is going to be held in June.
The event, in addition to getting a new name, starts summer with a new
concept. Along with free entry, the 90% break beat relatedness of the
electronic music genre is gone, but the festival area is enlarged and
divided into 3 different music stages.
What we get is 3 days in a scenic environment, on an island packed
full of all that's needed for a great summer vacation from paintball
to beaches or quad ride possibility, with a remarkable line up of
artists and incredibly friendly prices. Last year's 2 days came up to
a great party at London's Fabric (just a taste of the names: Alex
Metric. Coldcut, Aquasky, Elite Force, Madox/Riva Starr, Breakfastaz)
and it will not be any different this 25-27 June.
What is already for sure is that this year's MTV stage will host the
Hungarian debut - moreover live performance - of the British hit maker
AUDIO BULLYS, the French Ed Banger, DJ FEADZ, the dnb daddy ED RUSH,
as well as the ex Underworld member, DARREN EMERSON, who will be last
heard at Balaton Sound and who will have his only official GU36 album
introduction exclusively here, accompanied by the audience's favorite
PAOLO MOJO. On Saturday the also remarkable set of the German OLIVER
HUNTERMAN, KING UNIQUE and FLORIAN MEINDL. In the Pulzar.hu tent,
ZODIAC CARTEL will dole out the cards and in addition, of course, the
Hungarian heroes will represent themselves as well. Having learned
from previous years' hectic weather, the organizers are putting the
whole main stage in a complete, actually circus sized tent and are
using mobile covers to prevent flooding, although despite of the rainy
weather last year several thousands came to visit the festival that
was called NAPHOLD back then.