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Kent's The Social Festival Adds Seth Troxler, Nina Kraviz, tINI, Art Department and More, 9/13

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Kent's The Social Festival Adds Seth Troxler, Nina Kraviz, tINI, Art Department and More, 9/13Nic Fanciulli's cutting edge dance music festival, The Social has kept its loyal following on the edge of their seats, releasing one act each week from an exceptional programme of globally acclaimed electronic music. The incredible all-star line-up is almost complete with Seth Troxler, Dixon, Âme, Guy Gerber, Art Department, Ben Pearce, Craig Richards, Gorgon City, Nina Kraviz, Route 94, Subb-an (Live), tINI, Second City, Shadow Child and Mark Fanciulli all set to round of festival season in fitting style in the idyllic surroundings of Mote Park, Maidstone on Saturday 13th September.

Joining already announced Carl Cox and Nic Fanciulli is one of the scene's most recognizable figures, infamous in equal parts for his infectious productions and larger-than-life persona; Seth Troxler, who truly adds a Midas touch to any dancefloor that falls under his jurisdiction. Head honchos of respected imprint Innervisions, Dixon and Âme will each step up to treat festival goers to the melodic, immersive sound that has become synonymous with the label.

Recently announced Guy Gerber shot to the forefront of club culture with the release of his stand-out Fabric 64 mix last year, gaining him international notoriety and firmly cementing himself amongst dance music's elite. Bringing a feminine touch to proceedings are techno diva Nina Kraviz and Desolat's first lady tINI. No.19 front men Art Department have paved their way through the ranks of house and techno since they joined forces back in 2009. The Canadian production duo have smashed their way to notoriety with their distinctive deep, vocal driven house which will be perfectly framed in the stunning surroundings of Mote Park. Crosstown Rebels comrade Subb-an, who despite his young age, has already clocked up nearly a decade in the industry, will also be playing. His recent single 'Say No More' shot to number one in Resident Advisor's March chart with rumors of his much anticipated debut LP on its way.


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