Wiley appeared on the Sundown Festival Main Stage just after Kurupt FM.
Wiley played a crowd-leasing variety of old-school garage tunes as well as some of his new music he’s been working on – although this left some fans disappointed who had been hoping for him to play some of his older jams.
Knitted out in a full Arsenal FC tracksuit – staying true to his ends – and shouting out the famous football club fans in the crowd, he surely made the day of a few fans in Arsenal tops.
Despite the difference in music, Wiley still managed to get fans of his music, as well as those who were wondering what he had to deliver, up on their feet dancing, feeling the vibes as well as spraying the lyrics to his tunes.
AJ Tracey landed on Sundown Festival’s Main Stage at around half five, and with all the hype around him and his new EP at them moment he didn’t disappoint.
AJ was introduced by his friend on stage who hyped him up, preparing mosh pits, with fans eagerly awaiting the appearance of their grime hero.
AJ opened the set with his hit tune ‘Spirit Bomb’, which indecently has a fantastic remix featuring Professor Green and other popular grime MC’s. He went on to bring the crowed up by playing Skepta’s hit tunes ‘It Ain’t Safe’ and worldwide banger ‘Shutdown’.
He went on to play ‘Naila’ which uses the instrumental to ‘Garage Skank’ by Kano, another grime classic. He also played ‘Pasta’ from his new EP.
AJ Tracey had the crowd going so much that he realized he had just two minutes left, and finished with ‘Buster Canon’ which also features on his new EP
AJ owned the stage and left the crowed hyped for Kurupt FM.
Kurupt FM – aka the fake Brentford-based radio station born from BBC Three’s mockumentary ‘People Just Do Nothing’ – took to Sundown Festival with their very own garage set.
They kicked off their set with all of your garage needs. What you have to love about these guys is they can create a brilliant set, as well as making jokes, and creating an all round fantastic vibe.
The gang (made up of DJ Beats, MC Grinder, Decoy and DJ Steves) played a set jam packed full of their tunes like ‘Heartbeat Monitor’, ‘Get Out The Way’ and many more, as well as remixes old school garage bangers.
With the set dropping at the same time as the latest season of their TV show, they had everything needed to liven up Saturday night at Sundown Festival. Bringing a smile to your face, and blasting your ears with everything garage.