No Bounds festival 2022 unveils phase 2 lineup

We are overjoyed to share the monumental second wave for No Bounds 2022, which includes the addition of 45+ additional artists to the lineup, 4 new venues, showcases, and a variety of art projects to be shown in Sheffield from October 14–16.

Along with a stellar cast of artists who are breaking down the barriers and building new bridges through electronic music, No Bounds also announces the Hope Works residents for 2022, exciting new commissions, partnerships with Sheffield Cathedral for its opening and closing concerts as well as more northern focussed collaborations with organisations such as The Beatriarchy.

A unique b2b between legends Craig Richards and Calibre, as well as powerful DJ sets from Palms Trax and LTJ Bukem, MARRN, DJ Fart in the Club, Yazzus, Tailor Jae, Ifeoluwa, Proteus, Mun Sing, BBC R6’s Tom Ravenscroft, and Axis Record’s first UK signing, Mal Hombre from Leeds, have been added to the already stellar cast of names announced in The woman behind the enormous jungle closing set from the previous year, Charla Green, is back at No Bounds. Also, live sets from Malaysia’s Wanton Witch, turntablist NikNak performs her afro-futuristic visions on a multichannel sound system.

The global debut of Rian Treanor and Ocen’s collaboration, which will be released by Nyege Nyege in 2023, as well as a DJ performance from De Schuurman will represent Nyege Nyege at their annual No Bounds Showcase.

New format for Closing Sequence

By showcasing two of its main events on Sunday, No Bounds is thrilled to introduce a new format for its “Closing Sequence.” Mark Fell curates work from Beatrice Dillon, Nakul Krushnamurthy, and more TBA to be performed by the Explore Ensemble Live at Sheffield Cathedral, and Working Men’s Club will perform live with support from Sheffield legends Winston Hazel, Pipes, and DJs who contributed to the band’s most recent Steel City remix E.

The landmark brutalist Moore Street Electricity Substation has been opened to the public for only the second time ever. It will form one of two venues used by curator Amy Carter Gordon housing a new piece by David Cotterell & Shelly Knotts titled “God’s Eye View IV- (Conflict)” exploring the anthropomorphizing of data.

Curations by Amy Carter Gordon are produced in association with academics and artists affiliated with Hallam University. The other site is SADACCA (Sheffield And District Afro Caribbean Community Association) featuring works by Lise Autogena x Joshua Portway and Noemie Soula.

The piece by Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway (196.85 ml/h) examines the concept of a “slow panic room.” Their installation fills the area with dripping water at the same rate the sea levels are rising in response to the architecture and volume of the place it is in as well as the serious climate crisis of our day (calculated at a rate defined by the volume of the space in relation to global sea level rising). The book “Mythical Living Data” by Noeme Soula examines potential directions for data transmission. Specifically, how it could be carried and expressed in human DNA.

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Along with the electrical substation, No Bounds expands the already announced DINA and adds the DIY venue Delicious Clam, allowing for extra space to host some of the best live alternative acts in the area, including South Yorkshire Mick Hucknall and Kalter.

New venues for No Bounds festival

Another venue to add, further developing the environmental and wellbeing strand of the program is J G Graves Woodland Discovery Centre: Hector’s House where Sheffield artist and organic farmer Mikk Murray will be exhibiting new work and delivering art workshops. Visitors can take a break from the city center and travel to this lovely site for a woodland stroll and view some of Mikk’s recently commissioned environmentally aware works.

This year, No Bounds health program favorites including Sarah Cotton’s Vinyasa flow Drone Yoga and Debbie Chia’s stunning “Light and Sound Bath” sessions on the Sheffield-made Pandora Star will be back.

In order to mark the publication of their book, “Out of Space | How UK Cities Shaped Rave Culture,” Velocity Press publisher Colin Steven and author Jim Ottewill will engage in a discussion as part of the No Bounds discourse program. The pair will discuss the book’s themes and whether there is still room for nightclubs and rave culture to thrive in UK towns and cities, as well as the importance of literature’s role in celebrating and showcasing different stories within contemporary electronic music culture.

When Phase 3 is finished in September, more will be revealed.

No Bounds festival 2022
No Bounds festival 2022
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