Photography by: Camille Blake

The one-day party also features Helena Hauff, Lena Willikens and Shackleton.

A new festival for music, art and technology in Sheffield called No Bounds will hold its launch party on June 9, with Nina Kraviz, Steve Hauschildt, Mumdance and more.

Split into day and night sections, the launch party takes place across multiple venues, with talks, workshops and installations taking place before two separate club nights at Hope Works and Trafalgar Warehouse.

Other acts booked for the huge one-day event include Helena Hauff, Lena Willikens, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Shackleton, DJ Nobu, Reckonwrong, patten and Gqom Oh! founder Nan Kolè. Courtesy and Avalon Emerson will play a back-to-back set.

London Modular Alliance will host a talk on modular synths, while Algorave will host up a live coding event featuring Yaxu, PolinskiBlood Sport, Heavy Lifting and Miri Kat.

The inaugural No Bounds festival is scheduled for October 13-15, with the line-up set to be revealed in the coming month. Tickets for the launch party can be purchased via the No Bounds website.



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