SW4 was my local festival and will be again when i'm back in London, my thoughts were similar and I won't bother any more, it did seem convenient though when it's literally a 5 minute walk home. 2019 line up was crap and the planning of them seemed to be done by someone just going by the amount of followers they had on twitter or something. The genres were all over the place and you'd have the house acts on before they lowered the tempo to something complete different. Highlight of it was me and my friend just walking around making friends asking people for pills, a lot giving us some very weird looks thoughSW4 was always hampered by the sound restrictions of the location. Went a few times and was always OK - as long as you didn’t take it to seriously. The after parties were always much better. But agree the crowds progressively got worse and the line ups (I guess sensibly given the competition) reflect that
never bothered with WeAre... any line up with HUGE amount of DJs can’t be any good. 1 hour sets galore
This is great! Between this and the Barca data hopefuly we can see if clubbing can open up sooner rather than later.Not sure if this thread was the best to post this?
Not posted on here for a good while but starting to see light at the end of the tunnel. Fingers crossed we are back on those dance floors soon! Roll on the depths of Fabric and the streets of Shoreditch