Smallville, Sistrum and Compost are amongst the labels who will come together for Trus'me's festival in Croatia later this year.
Prime Numbers boss David James Wolstencroft (AKA Trus'me) has now revealed the plans for his Disco 3000 festival.
Taking place in the picturesque coastal town of Petrcane in Croatia (the same spot as The Garden Festival) over the weekend of 4-6 September. Speaking last December when we interviewed him for his RA podcast, Wolstencroft explained that he was "working on a project to bring a true European festival to the underground music scene. We would like to create a music event which brings together some of the best music promoters, labels and club nights we have worked with over the last 12 months. The focus will be on the promoters, resident DJs and labels across Europe—no longer is there a need for a huge DJ name to bring the crowd. The festival runs around the backbone of parties across Europe coming together purely and simply for the music and trust in the residents' and labels' musical taste. This has never been done before—I don't want to sound too corny, but this will be the first real music festival."
As with the Prime Numbers output, the festival's musical focus is on house and disco, with a raft of top labels from across the globe set to converge on Petrcane to showcase their wares. Versatile will be bringing along Château Flight and I:Cube, whilst Smallville co-owner Julius Steinhoff will be accompanied by Move D, who will play live at the festival. Juju & Jordash and Prime Numbers artists Fudge Fingas and Linkwood will also bring their live shows over to the festival, but there'll be plenty of DJ sets to get down to for revellers who prefer to get their clubbing kicks in a more traditional fashion. Amongst the acts taking to the decks during the weekend are DFA's disco don Jacques Renault, Dubbyman, and Sistrum and Aesthetic Audio's respective owners, Patrice Scott and Keith Worthy. Tickets are now available to purchase directly through RA via the link below.