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April 2021 sees the return of Terminal V Festival to Edinburgh's Royal Highland Centre, where it'll be showcasing the best in house and techno across two days and five stages inside the huge warehouse complex.
We picked out five artists we can't wait to catch up in Scotland this upcoming April.
Techno's crown princess, Nina Kraviz is not only a bonafide star but a trendsetter used to going where many dare not. Now a regular at clubs and festivals around the world, the Siberian-born DJ continues to channel other-worldly sounds and turn them into unrelenting, undeniable bangers.
2011 saw techno legend Robert Hood release the track 'We Magnify His Name' under the alias Floorplan. Created in order to incorporate gospel music into his techno taste, the Floorplan project expanded to include his daughter Lyric Hood in 2016, and the pair now spread their anthemic gospel take on techno to fans worldwide.
One of the most in-demand DJs on the circuit right now, the queen of electro leaves no one in her wake as her sets fire through thrilling electro, pulsating acid and thumping techno.
Brooklyn-based Octo Octa explores the most emotive and human aspect of house music, exuding both the anxieties and newfound confidence of her own gender transition. And as such her sets can similarly transition from the somewhat dark and dense to the open and glowing.
Exploring the relationship between melancholia and violence, I Hate Models navigates fluidly between rave music, industrial sounds and EBM inflected productions with sheer ferocity.
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