- Published: 13 January 2014
Bristol based Dub Mafia have been named as one of Threshold Festival’s headliners to play at the event taking place 28th, 29th and 30th March in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle. Also announced are two local bands who both have a fantastic 12 months behind them and an even more promising 2014, Broken Men and The Fire Beneath The Sea. TICKETS
Since forming in 2009, Dub Mafia have become a seven-piece band who blend drum & bass, dub, dubstep, bashment, breakbeat and world music into their own superb sound have received rave reviews wherever they play from sweaty clubs to packed festivals.
Broken Men played Threshold in 2013 to a gob smacked crowd in Elevator Bar (now Baltic Social), purveying a stunning intensity and the kind of super tight musicianship that has given them national recognition winning the Relentless 'Hear to Be Heard' competition and supporting Echo & the Bunnymen.
The four piece indie rock band have epitomised the burgeoning scene surrounding The Baltic Triangle, District(formerly The Picket) and Milk Presents. They promise a very special performance for this year's festival, will collaborations and cross genre antics.
Bringing the party to the stage once more will be 14 piece funk hip hop outfit The Fire Beneath The Sea. They hit the festivals of Summer 2013, playing stand out sets at Festival Number 6, Sound City and Beatherder. With a tour finale planned to coincide at this year's Threshold Festival, there's a guaranteed stomp down in store.
Music acts already announced for Theshold 2014 include Natalie McCool, Gideon Conn, The Mono LPs, The Wild Eyes and Etches. For more details visit thresholdfestival.co.uk/ 3-DAY wristbands are available now for £25 (£20 students).