The DJs you can’t miss at Love Supreme Festival this year

30th April 2019

Love Supreme Festival has pulled it out of the bag this year when it comes to DJs.

From fresh, innovative talent to esteemed diggers and global stars, Love Supreme Festival have just announced more than 20 artists to be included to the line-up for 2019, including some incredible DJs. You’ll find many of them on the Blue In Green bar in the woodland of Glynde Place; on Friday, Brighton institution Patterns take control, on Saturday, Supreme Standards have your back, and on Sunday, it’s down to powerhouse indie label Tru Thoughts, who are celebrating 20 years. 

We’re getting you acquainted with the line-up behind the decks, one by one. Take a break from the sweaty dancefloors in July and swap them for fresh grass in Sussex. Here’s the DJs you’ll see at Love Supreme Festival in 2019. 

Get tickets for Love Supreme Festival 2019 here

Louie Vega

One of the most respected DJs on the circuit, Louie Vega has been a house music pioneer for more than 20 years. He’ll be holding it down in the Arena this year – and he’ll also be performing with his Elements of Life band at the festival; double good news. 

Friday: Patterns

Ruf Dug

The vinyl digger brings together balearica, street soul and 16-bit, with all kinds of influences in between. The Manchester via Ibiza DJ also has his own show on NTS that is worthy of your time. 

Alexander Nut

Eglo Records founder Alexander Nut celebrates 10 years of releases with his label this year. A man of impeccable taste, his set will be an expertly curated mix. 

Shy One

London DJ Shy One has been rinsing some incredible sets at essential venues this year. The Balaami host is a member of Touching Bass, BBZ and CoOp; three first rate musical families. 

Mr Bongo

Brighton based label Mr Bongo know exactly which records need re-issuing. Un-phased by short-lived trends and with a penchant for the finest Brazilian sounds, it’s their taste that has given them a remarkable 30 year career, with releases from global talent including Azimuth and Gyedu-Blay Ambolley. Check out their exclusive mix for Supreme Standards coming soon to our Mixcloud

Patterns Residents

Brighton’s must-hit venue Patterns have excellent taste, putting on a variety of club nights and inviting top DJs to curate their own events; check out UpSammy with Or:la on 4 May to get you in the mood for the Patterns touch. 

Saturday: Supreme Standards

Tash LC

With her BBC 1xtra residency, Tash LC has been rising through the ranks. Playing out a distinctive blend of African club sounds, Kuduro and Gqom, Tash LC knows how to bring a dancefloor to attention. Find her at the Blue in Green bar on Saturday night, when Supreme Standards take over. 

Auntie Flo 

Headlining the Supreme Standards stage is Auntie Flo; a musician, producer and DJ who released the impeccable ‘Radio Highlife’ on Brownswood Recordings in 2018. Watch out for his coming Disco Halal release, inspired by his trips around the Levant, including a fire remix from Nicola Cruz. 

Sunday: Tru Thoughts’ 20th birthday with Robert Luis

With releases from Quantic, Hot 8 Brass Band and rising talent Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Tru Thoughts has built a recognisable sound and vision over the last 20 years. Head honcho Robert Luis looks after the Blue In Green stage on the closing night of the festival, spinning soulful treats to celebrate their 20 year mark. 

Get tickets for Love Supreme Festival 2019 here

Supreme Standards sincerely apologise to Shy One for using an incorrect image on 30 April to highlight her upcoming appearance at Love Supreme Jazz Festival. 

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