The fifth edition of The Hague’s Rewire Festival has just got even bigger, with a glut of names from across the world added to the line-up of the two-day event.

Among the 20 new acts just confirmed are Seattle hip hop visionaries Shabazz Palaces, bassweight boss and wrecker of feeble sound systems The Bug, and Hessle Audio’s Pearson Sound, who’ll be showcasing his brand new album on the label.

Other top-quality additions include TCF, Julianna Barwick, Blue Daisy and exciting new Congo outfit Mbongwana Star, plus Alessandro Cortini, RSS B0YS, Tomaga, Total Life, Dandana, DJ Sniff and Jac Berrocal + David Fenech + Vincent Epplay.

Phuture West will be in town to present a showcase of West Coast sounds including Cliff Lothar, Marsman, Antenna and Unit Moebius Anonymous, and online platform Wichelroede will bring ace Vancouver producer Cloudface, Garoeda and Gerben Louw.

They join previously confirmed artists Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Grouper, Evian Christ and many more. The festival takes place on May 1-2 in the Dutch city of The Hague and day tickets, weekend passes and venue tickets are on sale now from Rewire Festival.

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