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More confirmations Creamfields Andalucía 2012

Recently we told you about the first announcement of the festival Creamfiels Andalucía 2012, where it presented its first artists confirmed and new enhanced services. Well, these last days the organization has announced more than twenty international artists to augment the festival line up with such prominent names of global electronics as Orbital, The Chemical Brothers, Carl Craig, Above & Beyond and James Holden.

The Chemical Brothers (DJ Set) offered at Creamfields the only performance at Spanish festivals this year. Their performances are pure adrenaline and their sessions are become a succession of hits known tremendously, some lifted as authentic generational anthems. Undoubtedly, their appearances always worth.

Another big surprise is the duo Orbital, who have gone through the Andalusian festival in the 2010 edition but now recur, after eight years, with their new studio album, Wonky, published on April 2. A pair of first class artists parents of a masterful sound, polished and so characteristic that never become outdated.

With them, we can find also one of the most important members of the Detroit techno: Carl Craig, who will present a selection of his classics under his alias 69, in the tour celebrating the 20 years history of Planet E, his emblematic label. Another special occasion to see one of electronic monsters.

Here’s the new single from the album Wonky of Orbital

In addition, Modeselektor, Diplo, Flying Lotus, Knife Party, Magda, Nathan Fake, Yuksek, Oscar Mulero or Modestep, among others, also be on the Jerez circuit next August.

To these twenty artists must be added the previously announced artists, representing more than 40 artists already in the official lineup of Creamfields Andalucía, composed of large and prominent names in the international electronic scene, as already announced Steve Aoki, DJ Hell, Mis Kittin, Tiësto, Fourtet & Caribou or Anton Pieete. And all with the intention of converting the Jerez circuit in the epicenter of electronic music worldwide.

To learn more visit the official website Creamfields Andalucía