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Nozstock 2014 adds THE HEAVY, JAMES ZABIELA and FRICTION to the lineup


Nozstock: The Hidden Valley Festival

1st – 3rd August 2014

Bromyard, Herefordshire

Theme: Jurassic Farm


  • ·        The HeavyMolotov Jukebox and Craig Charles to inject some funk and soul into Nozstock 2014

  • ·        Dance stages to host James ZabielaAndy C & GQ, Friction feat. Linguistics and Calyx &Teebee amongst others!

  • ·        DnB label RAM Records to takeover the Cubicles on Saturday night

  • ·        New acts join Roots Manuva and The Skints for a massive three days of music


Nozstock: The Hidden Valley Festival look to make 2014 the best year yet as brassy rockers 
The Heavy, funky renaissance man 
Craig Charles and gypstep pioneers 
Molotov Jukebox join DnB heavyweight 
Friction (ft. 
Linguistics) on the Nozstock bill. They will be in good company this year as DnB trailblazer and master mixer 
Andy C will be returning to Nozstock, bringing with him his RAM Records crew for a Saturday Night Takeover of the Cubicles. The highly-regarded 
TC has also joined the lineup to further fulfill everyone’s DnB needs and tech house behemoth 
James Zabiela will be headlining the Garden Stage on Saturday night for the first time, which will no doubt be music to many a Nozzer’s ears!

These additions join a glittering lineup that includes hip-hop legend 
Roots Manuva who will be headlining the Orchard Stage and London dub rockers 
The Skints, set to go off with a bang on Friday night
The RAM records Saturday Night Takeover of the Cubicles will be commanded by label head Andy C who will be joined by regular rhymer 
MC GQ. Support will come from the shining stars of the independent DnB label: energetic ground shakers 
Calyx & Teebee and 
A.D, devastating duo 
DC Breaks, prodigy producer 
Frankee and RAM legend 
Ray Rampage. The Garden Stage will see a range of acts entertaining sun drenched dancers from the hybrid reggae/soul band 
By The Rivers and 10 piece ska band
The Stiff 
Joints through to house DJ and venerable producer 
Sonny Wharton, as the darkness falls.