Relentless NASS 2011

Sound-Revolution are off to this year’s Relentless NASS – and with the music line-up that’s on offer this year, can you really blame us?

As a music festival, NASS is still young. And considering the incredible list of artists and DJs on this year’s flyers, at under £100 it’s pretty impressive that music isn’t its only selling point. NASS is famous for its contribution to extreme sports, especially skateboarding and BMXing, and the tracks and athletes lined up for 2011 suggest that the festival at Bath & West Showground is still loyal to its extreme sports roots. The contradictory (but undoubtedly brilliant) mix of Punk and Drum & Bass should end the two day festival with… exhaustion – but having the option of splitting up the day’s raving and skanking by watching and participating in extreme sports is something that will appeal to many – including us.

We’ll be spending a lot of time in the Drum & Bass Arena tent, as it once again offers a, to say the least, impressive list of DJs. For an electronic alternative to T In The Park this weekend, Nass is the place to be. In advance of this weekend’s shenanigans we’ve put together a Spotify playlist. Check it out:

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Sub Focus – Last Jungle
Nero – Me & You
Redlight, Ms Dynamite – What You Talking About?
Dirtyphonics – Teleportation
DJ Fresh – Lassitude
Breakage – Fighting Fire
Netsky – I Refuse
Camo & Krooked – History of the Future
Joker – Snake Eater
Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop
Millencolin – No Cigar
Cancer Bats – Hail Destroyer
We Are The Ocean – The Waiting Room
Cerebral Ballzy – Insufficient Fare
Dangerous! – Not One Of You
Title Fight – Symmetry

Full 2011 Line-up:


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