Last year we started with a new project, Terminal V. An all-day electronic music festival on Easter Sunday, with the world’s biggest house and techno DJs brought together to Edinburgh for a massive party. Last years’ festival was a massive success, and we are very excited to announce an even bigger line-up for Terminal V 2018.
Following on from last years’ event and from our 10 000 capacity sellout spectacular with EL ROW, we are very happy to confirm that we shall be returning to the Royal Highland Centre on Easter Sunday for the largest indoor electronic music festival in Scotland.
The full line-up has now been announced:
+ special guest Pan-Pot
Artists in A-Z: Amelie Lens, Artwork, Derrick Carter, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Frazier, Jay Clarke, Helena Hauff, Mall Grab, Mella Dee, Peggy Gou, Stephen Brown.
Kölsch has sold millions of records all over the world and is known for his diverse and original sets in which he plays harmonious techno and house symphonies with that unmistakable Kölsch sound. The electronic music duo Bicep have been making raw and energetic electronic music for years. Biceps latest album shows a passion for classic house and electro, their love for synth, techno and disco, and they make every set they play a unique and experimental work of art. Rødhåd plays intense and timeless techno from the best clubs in Berlin to major festivals and events around the world. He will undoubtedly play a powerful set at Terminal V. German duo Pan-Pot are one of techno’s most acclaimed names, with a huge amount of productions setting them apart from any other DJ. Not only do they have an electric vibe to watch, but their understanding of each dance floor is unparalleled. Whether it’s an intimate club night or a massive festival , their set is a journey from techno to house and everything in between. We are very proud to welcome them to Terminal V! Amelie Lens has made Belgium proud by becoming one of the most in-demand DJs in the world right now. She plays amazing dark and mesmerizing techno sets, and we can’t wait for her to play her first 2018 UK Festival at Terminal V!
Artwork is a veteran of dance music and DJing and used to play UK garage, techno and dubstep under a variety of different aliases. Now he incorporates house, techno and disco into his sets and plays at events and festivals all across Europe, including Terminal V! Chicago house producer Derrick Carter has been DJing ever since he was 9 years old, and has become a minor celebrity in the world of dance music. His sets are rooted in house, but he often incorporates old-school disco, soul and jazz into his sets. We are looking forward to his ”Derrick Does Disco” set at Terminal V. The label Dixon Avenue Basement Jams get their name in honor of the legendary afterparties they held at their flat on Dixon Avenue. the Glasgow based label has established itself as one of the most exciting and influential ones to emerge from the house and techno scene, and will be a great addition to Terminal V.
Glasgow based techno DJ Frazier has started playing for some of the biggest labels in Europe, including Pan-Pots Second State, Sleaze Records and Drumcode. The 23-year old continues to reinvent himself along his undoubted journey to the top. Jay Clarke is the newest addition to the Klockworks label and a rising star in the techno scene. He is very good at creating a unique and dynamic techno and house journey on every dance floor he plays on, and can often be heard at Fabric in London. Helena Hauff is known for her stripped down techno and electro tracks, often using analog equipment only. Her music is influenced by acid house, EBM and industrial sounds. She has won BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix of the year in 2017, making her the first woman to claim the title. We cant wait to hear this master behind the decks!
Australian 23-year old Mall Grab is making a rapid rise to recognition. His music is fun and stripped back yet emotional, whether its in his own productions or his energy-filled DJ sets. Mella Dee is a producer who likes to experiment with a range of sound, concepts and landscapes. In his sets he knows how to create a unique blend of techno, with elements of house, disco and jungle, and we cant wait to see him at Terminal V. The Berlin based Korean DJ Peggy Gou plays studio sessions and DJ sets that go from dark pulsing house to techno. She creates abstract and unique compositions with Detroit and Berlin sounds, and will be a great addition to our line-up. Scottish techno producer Stephen Brown’s inspiration comes from Detroit techno and acid Chicago sounds. He chooses to give his music to labels that he respects and his live sets show his love and passion for electronic music.
With this massive and diverse line-up announced, it is bound to be an unforgettable day. Make sure not to miss out on this incredible day ahead!