When it comes to cool sounds in the summer sunshine, continental Europe is your playground.
“When it comes to Europe’s city-based electronic festivals, Barcelona’s Sonar usually gets most of the attention. But over the past four years Weather has been building its profile and attracting the biggest names in techno and house, while also injecting new energy into Paris’s club scene. Taking place at Le Bourget airport, in the north-east of the city, it will welcome campers for the first time this year, which will no doubt foster a stronger sense of community among the crowd. As for the line-up, expect the best of Berlin techno (Marcel Dettmann, Dixon, Ben Klock, Len Faki); underground party starters Motor City Drum Ensemble and The Black Madonna; and a whole lot more DJs who know exactly what they’re doing. It’s run by the team behind Paris venue Concrete, so it’s no surprise the curation of artists is so good.”
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