GoCarShare and win tickets to Nozstock 2017

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Fellow Nozstockers,

It is often said that one of the defining moments of the ancient world was the discovery of the wheel. However THE defining moment of the ancient world was when we started to share the wheel with each other!

So If your driving to Nozstock this year and you have a space in your car head over to GoCarShare and see if anyone is making the same journey as you. You’ll save on petrol money, save the environment and we’ll even enter you into a draw to win a pair of tickets to Nozstock 2017!

That’s right, anyone who gives a lift or receives one to Nozstock through GoCarShare will be entered into the draw to win a pair of tickets to next years festival!

So if your stuck for a way to get to The Hidden Valley, or just looking to make a festival friend, check out GoCarShare where you will be matched with someone going the same way as you. And if you’re the winner of next years tickets we will email after the festival. What more motivation do you need to go green?

Food, Glorious Food and a Tipple or Two.

Festivals are about experiences. And it’s fair to say, here at Nozstock, we don’t scrimp on that. As well as filling your eyes and ears with ideas, wonder and joy, we like to think there is something to please your other senses too! And who doesn’t love a veritable menu of deliciousness when they’re away for the weekend?

With all that fun and dancing, you guys need to keep your energy levels up! Here at Noz HQ, we have sourced the most delightful smorgasbord of tasty morsels to keep you going all weekend. We cater for all tastes and, of course, keep it friendly on your pockets.

For the morning after the night before (we’ve all been there) why not try something delicious from ‘Get Your Oats Here’ or grab some goodness from ‘Mama Muesli’. For the meat-lovers there’s ‘Happy Herefords’ providing for all your carnivorous needs. Plus we have the ‘Galloping Gourmet Toastie and Juice’ to wash it down. Lovely stuff.

‘Wide Awake Cafe’ will sort out those vegans and vegetarians, along with ‘Rupert’s Street’ and our very own‘Chicken Cow Cafe,’ providing a wide range of home cooked delights. For that sweet tooth of yours, take a little detour to ‘Johnson’s Doughnuts’ who will be very willing to satisfy it for you, along with our old friends in their retro VW ‘The Splitscreen Icecream Co’, ‘cos “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream.”

With lunch just around the corner, why not soak up some spice by visiting ‘Nomad’s Curries,’ or share a  ‘Hot Rocks Pizza’, with friends –  sharing is caring after all. Over at ‘Somerset Hog Roast’, they do exactly what it says on the tin. Yes, HOG ROAST.

Hot Rocks Pizza

There’s no chance of food fatigue in the Hidden Valley. Enjoy

‘Funky Fish and Chips’, ‘Los Amigos’ amazing Mexican menu, ‘Paella Sunset’, glorious in name and Gluten Free to boot and ‘Somtam Street’, Thai food at its most marvellous.

If we’re making you hungry, then we’re sorry (not sorry). And we hope you’ve worked up quite a thirst too because we have some well-stocked bars for you to enjoy. As always, Wye Valley have brewed up some of their award-winning real ales, and there’s local cider aplenty to get you in the mood. If you want something a little sweeter, try our homemade themed cocktails, which are a huge hit every year. Sink a ‘Babylong Island Ice Tea’, ‘Aztecs on the Beach’, or a ‘Gin and Zeus’.

Eat, drink and be merry, Nozzers. And in the name of Ambrosia, don’t go hungry!

Compete to be wordsmith of the year in NozSlam!

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NozSlam!

Nozstock’s very own poetic pugilism platform is entering its third year of existence and we want YOU to join the host of awesome amateurs, poetic professionals and (even!) national champions that have graced our ears, eyes and stage over the past two years by submitting for “NOZSLAM 2016!”

In case you’ve somehow missed out the last two times round, let us break it down for you: slam is performance poetry, but with a playful competitive edge.  Poems can be funny, sad, angry, happy, political, topical, rhythmic, lyrical, dressed up in sparkly spandex leggings doing stag leaps across a pond of peanut butter… whatever it is that tickles your cerebrum, just so long as it is tickled in less than three and a half minutes! Each performance gets scored out of 10 by our five judges, the highest and lowest scores are dropped, the results are tabulated, totted up and the top scorer takes home the trophy!

If you’d like to throw your metaphorical hat in the ring, then all you need to do is make a little video of you performing your poem, and send it to nozslam@gmail.com along with your name and a description of up to 50 words to be featured alongside it by 30TH MAY!

We’ll upload all the submitted poems to the NozStock YouTube channel on 3RD JUNE where they’ll remain for the public’s viewing and VOTING pleasure until 17TH JUNE. The ten videos that receive the most YouTube ‘likes’ will be short-listed, and then it’s up to the whole NozStock team to discuss, disagree, debate, and eventually somehow decide on the five slammers (ANNOUNCED 27TH JUNE) who’ll receive FREE tickets to come and compete in the live Sunday final at this year’s NozStock Festival!

The winner of our main event slam will receive a whole host of NozStock goodies, heaps of adoration and, most importantly, a coveted spot in the Tent Of Temporary Thought line-up next year!

So whether you’ve always felt there was a poem burning in you that you’ve just gotta get out, or you’ve been doing this spoken word lark forever, it’s time to sharpen your pencil, limber up your larynx and show the world why you deserve to be NozSlam Champion 2016!

Rik & Matt

Tent Of Temporary Thought Stage Managers

P.S. If you’re stuck for inspiration or just want to see more of this slamming stupendousness – then head on over to www.youtube.com/NozstockFestival and check out entries from the last couple of years!

 

Crew Profile: Alana, Garden Stage Assistant Manager

Garden Stage Assistant Manager (Blondie in the middle) Alana Hepburn

Garden Stage Assistant Manager (Blondie in the middle) Alana Hepburn


Ahead of Noz 2016 we caught up with Alana Hepburn to find out what makes her tick during festival season. Keeping proceedings running smoothly on the Garden Stage is Alana’s forte!

What’s your number 1 festival survival tip?

Bring a hot water bottle for your tent at night – extra heat for the colder nights.

Tell us a funny festival story.

Once we had a stage invasion during Sicknote, there was about 40 people on the stage – shouting Death to unemployment! it was pretty crazy!

Have you ever been star-struck?

Not so much starstruck but was very thrilled to have meet and worked with Craig Charles for his funk and soul club performance on the garden stage.

What is it that you love about festivals?

The atmosphere, people, environment – Everything!

Got some Nozstalgia for us?

Anytime I leave my house I pass a farm in my hometown, it makes me think of Bromyard – Rowden Paddocks every time.

Describe yourself in three words (when you are in festival-mode!)…

Enthusiastic. Determined. Helpful.

Tell us about your best festival moment.

Every moment at Noz is my best moment!

Who would be your ultimate-beyond-ultimate dream headliner at Nozstock?

Jurassic 5 – This year will be amazing! I have worked with Jurassic 5 several times before and I know they will be fantastic.

Do you have any pet peeves at festivals!?

People who pee all over the porta- toilets seats

When you’re not making Nozstock happen, what are you doing?

Running events, working artist liaison and reppin’ gigs in Glasgow.

A sonic explosion at Noz 2016 – live acts for every appetite!

Live acts round up blog

Nozstock is a festival for everyone. No matter how old or young you are, whether you’re into reggae or indie, want to discover new bands and explore unusual sounds or just dance until you can’t feel your feet anymore, The Hidden Valley has something for every appetite and we’ve picked out a few acts for you to prove it!

Expect a huge range of music on the Orchard stage – from multi-instrumental extravaganzas to ska/ Britpop bands and ragey punk, there will be something to please each and every member of your gang!

Speaking of variety, we couldn’t help but begin with Slamboree. Described as “the perfect festival band” by Louder than War, Slamboree are a spectacular act, second to none. The 15-piece ensemble of theatrical artists and musicians haven’t released an album yet, but they have a strong presence on the UK festival circuit, building a loyal fanbase with their extravagant live shows. Their sound is a one-of-a-kind mash-up of electronic dance music, drum n’ bass, swing, and gypsy.

London-based Buster Shuffle, are coming to Nozstock with their brand new catchy album ‘Naked’. Their love for Britpop and ska is expressed through this album in its most complete form. Buster Shuffle have travelled all over Europe playing sold-out gigs and festivals. In the UK they have toured with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin’ Chain and Chas ‘n’ Dave. This band is clearly doing what they love and we can’t wait to see them do what they do best.

The Lovely Eggs are a garage-pop duo from Lancaster expected to shake things up with their angry, girly vocals, loud guitars and surreal lyrics. They have built a reputation for their live shows, playing from squats in Europe and charity shops in Leeds, to SxSW in Austin, Texas and a two-month tour of America. They have produced four albums gaining much support from BBC 6 Music while their last record, ‘This is Our Nowhere, received 8/10 in the NME.

Over at the Garden stage there is a little surprise for reggae lovers! Shanty represent the classic roots of reggae, but the soulful vocals of Sam Raywood breath a freshness that makes their sound truly modern.

Deep in the Cabinet of Lost Secrets, Collective 43 are Nozstock regulars, returning for the third time with their playful and engaging live show. They draw inspiration from New Orleans street bands while bringing in swing, funk, ragtime and dub references. With eight to 14 members performing, this multi-instrumental congregation will make the Cabinet of Lost Secrets the place to be!

At the Bandstand you will discover up-and-coming indie acts that’ll make you wonder why you’ve never heard of them! Nottingham is a city with a thriving underground scene and its new export, Kagoule is robust proof of that. Described as “ferocious noise-makers”, Kagoule produce a sound that entails widespread alternative rock references, but remains, as yet, unspecified. They have supported bands such as The Wytches, Iceage and Drenge and played last year’s BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival.

Cardiff can take pride in Houdini Dax. These three young lads have been playing together since school and they’ve become a hit booking across this summer’s festival calendar.  They bring a fresh take on the likes of The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, while their energy on stage will definitely get you moving!

Some of the best UK and international live bands will appear on our stages promising to make this year’s Nozstock unforgettable! If you’d like to explore more acts check out our hip-hop and DnB picks or dive into our full line up here!

 

Get your winning Nozstock photo on our programme cover…

Nozstock programmes

Are you a loyal Nozstocker with a penchant for taking amazing photos? Fancy winning a free ticket to The Hidden Valley this year ? We’re looking for a photo that really encapsulates the magic of Nozstock and we think you’ve got the image we’re looking for. All you budding photographers need to do is to get a little Nozstalgic and dig into the photos you took last year – Find the gem that will win as the cover of our Nozstock 2016 programme.

Interested? Send a hi-resolution (300dpi) version of your photo to promotions@nozstock.com and then upload your photo to Instagram or Flickr and share it through your Facebook or Twitter tagging with #NozCoverShot #Nozstock to be in with a chance of a free ticket to this year’s festival and the fame.

Please check the standard competition terms & conditions before participation and we look forward to seeing your entries!

The winner will be announced on 30th June.

The buffest DnB line up.

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Our music team have been working like the clappers to bring you the tidiest DnB line up of the year.

As well as mammoth sets on the way from Friction ft. Linguistics, Dimension, Rene LaVice and The Prototypes, there’s a whole host of seminal turntablists representing at Noz this year. We thought we’d pick out a few highlights to whet your appetite!

This guy really needs no introduction; Goldie is a household name when it comes to drum ‘n’ bass and jungle. Since the start of his career in ’91, Goldie has performed at some of the biggest and best music venues and festivals across the planet. His first release, in ’92, was released under his alias ‘Ruffige Kru,’ and his calling card landed in ’94 when he started his own label, the world-renowned ‘Metalheadz’. The label has represented artists such as Dillinja, Total Science, and the late Diane Charlamaine. Goldie has his own style and his passion for music is apparent, resulting in him being awarded a MBE earlier this year by the Queen herself for services to music and young people, (Go Goldie!). Last year he brought his first show of the legendary album ‘Timeless’ to life, performing it with the Heritage Orchestra at sell-out shows across the country. This year is his eagerly awaited and unmissable debut appearance at The Hidden Valley. All hail Goldie!

Randall has been on the jungle scene for a whopping 24 years, a true pioneer of rave culture. His collaborations with other artists include legends DJ Hype, Andy C and Jumping Jack Frost. Randall’s sets are a fusion of DnB rollers and ‘ruff ‘n’ ready’ jungle- definitely one for the old school heads! Catch him tearing up the Garden Stage over the weekend.

This year we welcome the infamous DJ Marky! Hailing from Sau Paulo, Brazil, this guy is guarenteed to get your feet moving with his unique trademark style. With cult classics such as ‘LK’ and ‘Yellow Shoes’ under his belt, its no wonder people flock to see him play. Joined this year by the legendary MC GQ, Marky’s set will be a gud’un for sure, so sing it with us now- ‘It’s the waaaay!’

Back by popular demand, Dub Phizix returns to the farm this year, joined by one of the best UK MC’s around, Strategy. Dub Phizix smashed up the dance in 2012 with his set in The Cubicles, and we’re sure it’l be the same story with this deadly duo on the Garden Stage this year. With an unmistakeable style and catchy as anything tunes, such as ‘Marka’ and ‘I’m a creator’- this set is sure to go down a storm.

But that’s not all we’ve got for you…

Our other amazing acts include; Ulterior Motive b2b Jubei, Amoss, Teddy Killerz, Jaguar Skills, Rockwell, Xtrah & Stealth, Uncle Dugs, Octo Pi and more. So get your skankin’ shoes on, stretch those hamstrings and get ready for the best weekend of the year!!

To see the full Cubicles line up click here and check out the Garden Stage here.

Send your short films our way…

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Film maker in the making? Get your work seen on the Farm!

Here at Nozstock we’re all about the home-grown (geddit – because the festival takes place on a farm). While it’s an absolute honour to be able to bring some of the most exciting artists and performers from all over the globe to perform in the sleepy vales of Herefordshire, we also recognise that we’re sitting atop a veritable goldmine of untapped talent from the ‘Shire and beyond.

And while we’re certainly excited to be presenting another star-studded lineup which is sure to bring the Orchard Stage to its knees, we want to make sure that the nooks and crannies of the Hidden Valley will be gettin’ the love we think they deserve this year.

From comedy to cabaret, walkabout theatre to sock wrestling, there’s a mystery hidden ‘round every corner of the farm, and one of the most sparkling of jewels in Nozstock’s crown is our very own cinema. Year on year, the Wrong Directions cinema delivers a lovingly curated line-up of intriguing documentaries, experimental films and family classics to complement the festival theme and give the weary raver a place to rest his head and replenish his soul.

Not every festival-goer has the time to kick back for a full length feature film, however – and that’s why, every year, we assemble a reel of shorts from undiscovered, up-and-coming, or tried n’ tested film-makers to give visitors that much needed cinematic injection even if they’ve only five minutes to spare. From stop-motion animation to music videos, mini-documentaries to comedy sketches, we want them all – and we want them from you. It needn’t be related to this year’s theme – if it’s under 30 minutes, got decent production values, and an intriguing and original vision at its core, that’s all we care about. Creativity and freshness are the name of the game here, folks.

Poster requesting submissions

Level up your Nozstock experience this year by having your work seen by thousands of people, on the same farm which has hosted such names as Martha Reeves, Roots Manuva, and Russell Howard. When it comes to cinema, we’re no strangers to celebrity either: in previous years we’ve screened short films from the BBC Film Network, onedotzero, Exposures, Encounters and Aardman to name but a few. Whether you’re a brand new film maker looking to get your work seen, or an old hand with tonnes of video experience under your belt, check out our guide to submissions for short films this year.

The deadline for submission of short films is the 20th of May, so get applying for the chance for your work to appear in Herefordshire’s answer to Hollywood.

All things hip-hop at Noz 2016

Alreet Nozzers! With so much music to get your ears around we decided it was only fair to let you in on some of our favourites. So, without further ado, let’s get this show on the road. And what a show it is!  

Boy-oh-boy, do we have one big ol’ lineup full of hip hop treats for you to enjoy! With a billing that boasts underground talent alongside world-renowned artists, some people may say that Nozstock 2016 is crammed with more hip hop than ever before!  Where do we begin with this hotbed of lyrical delights and hip hop beats? Well…from the top! *drumroll please*

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First off, we welcome to the ancient world of Noz, all the way from the States, our headliners Jurassic 5. The hip hop moguls will be bringing the crew to the farm and turnin’ up the main stage with their infectious sound for ya’ll to enjoy. Named after a suggestion from a friend’s mum, the band have continued to deliver hit records and now have four studio albums under their belt. With a focus on music that comes from the heart their sound has become universal and rightly so! Expect drum machines, turntables, beats, scratches and one hell of a show for you to immerse yourself in. J5 have toured all over the world and love to entertain, which is why all of us at Noz HQ can’t wait to see them shut down the Orchard Stage.

Over on the Garden Stage, returnee headliners, the critically acclaimed Foreign Beggars, individually known as MCs Orifice Vulgatron, Metropolis and DJ Nonames, have built a steadfast reputation as one of the UK’s most versatile, creative and prolific acts. Always keen collaborators, the Beggars have worked with a plethora of worldwide artists from across the electronic spectrum. Highlights include Noisia, Dirtyphonics and Skrillex. With a top ten hit, over 50 million YouTube plays and a string of international headline dates ahead of them, things are going from strength to strength for the Beggars.

A major recent announcement is that we have booked hip hop DJ, prolific producer, and all round badman, the ninja that is… Jaguar Skills! Since 2002, this resident on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra has gained a reputation for his insane mixtapes spanning all genres. Dr Syntax and Pete Cannon will be bringing their beats too, so you can ‘hear them rattle’. Syntax first emerged onto the scene in 2003 and was a key player in the Foreign Beggars crew. Since going his own way in 2009 Syntax continues to get the recognition he deserves and has recently become front-man to The Mouse Outfit.  With tour dates up and down the country in music venues and at festivals there is no time to sit back and watch – time to get involved!  

Keeping you guys entertained we have Bristol’s very own hip hop collective, Split Prophets.  Since the 2011 release of their EP ‘Scribbled Thoughts’ the crew have gone on to support Wu-Tang Clan, MF Doom and Klasknekoff. Watch them cause  a ruckus worth getting involved in.  Moving on….’NICE UP!’ records most recent signing, Cut La Vis, will be bringing his funky hip-hop reggae beats down to the farm to join the party. Mashup maestro turned original producer, DJ Cut Las Vis is no stranger to the decks and know’s exactly how to keep the dance floor moving. Expect higher energy levels than normal, though, as award-winning MC Mystro will be accompanying him on his quest. Mystro has performed alongside many artists including KRS One, Dawn Penn and Junior Reid. With his next album titled ‘Mystrogen’ on the way we are definitely in for a treat.  It’s certainly going to be one hell of a crazy collaboration between these two!

As well as all this we have some fresh new talent for you hip hop lovers. Hot off the mark, Alexander Gold’s latest music project named Black Salvador will be taking centre stage. Join him on a journey that includes everything from hip hop beats through to punk rock.  

Returning to the Bullpen are Nozstock regulars and underground collective Sika Studios. They are bringing with them another eclectic lineup ready to rattle the Bullpen to its core. Featuring the likes of Klasknekoff, Devilman, Skuff & Inja, Tenchoo and many more. If this wasn’t enough, Sika Studios will be hosting a  R.L.D. showcase featuring Leaf Dog, BVA, Smellington Piff and Jack Jetson. Get your game faces on Nozzers and watch them tear up the stage.

Check out the full line-up here and if you haven’t got your ticket well then, why the bloody hell not!?

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Volunteer at Nozstock 2016 for a free ticket + barrels o’ laughs…

Consider yourself part of the furniture? Come volunteer at Nozstock 2016…

We’re sure that any repeat offender worth their salt will be well aware of the Noz mythology, but, for the uninitiated … Nozstock began 18 years ago as a BBQ hosted by the Nosworthy family which slowly but steadily got out of hand until it morphed into the ramshackle three-day-fun-fest you all know and love today.

While Nozstock nowadays may masquerade as a professional affair which can hold its own amongst the big’uns, we take a great deal of pride in maintaining that all-in-it-together, laughs and bevs with your mates atmosphere which comes from the festival’s origins as a private party for family and friends. And that’s where you come in!

Every year we recruit a talented and diverse team of festival volunteers to help with the creation and delivery of the beautiful beast that is Nozstock. Whether you’re a newcomer to the farm or an old hand looking to get a more hands-on experience of the festival, we welcome you with open arms.

What’s more, the success of the festival itself is completely dependent on our volunteers, who keep punters watered by working behind our bars, sell them precious mementoes of their weekend from the merch stand and help weary travellers find their way and enjoy the festival as stewards.

Volunteers will be expected to work between 12-16 hours over the weekend which, in exchange for a behind-the-scenes view of the Hidden Valley, free entry to the festival itself and the chance to make a bunch of new mates seems like a pretty sweet deal. It can be hard graft at times but the satisfaction of knowing you’ve played a part in keeping the farm ticking over makes those nights of freedom and dancing all the sweeter. So if you’re up for a good time and the chance to save a wodge of dosh in your summer hols then look no further than our volunteer application page


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Second wave of acts joining us in The Hidden Valley…

Deep in the Hidden Valley, we’ve been working hard to pull together some very special additions to the line-up, giving you a shiny horizon of musical motivation as we enter spring…

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Our first group needs no introduction, The Skints are legendary for their fusion of reggae, ska and hip hop. If the smooth sounds of jazz with an edge of rockabilly are more your flavour, the feisty Imelda May is going to wow you with her truly unique vocals.

To keep your feet moving as we enter the night, we present Jaguar Skills, famous for his stunning mixes of genre crossing sounds and his mysterious absence of identity. Meanwhile, icon of the London club scene, Goldie will be giving us a chance to see why his renowned label Metalheadz has recently earned him an MBE and from the not so far away land of Bristol, is My Nu Leng to mesmerise us with a blistering set and dark, smouldering vibes.

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Over in Laughing Stock we’ve picked the cream of comedic talent to get your sides-a-splittin’. Henning Wehn, German comedy ambassador to the U.K and hilarious TV regular skewers the British way of life with aplomb. He’s joined by one half of Lee and Herring and star of BBC2s ‘Fist of Fun’ the stellar Richard Herring plus the outlandish and eccentric funny man Phil Kay.

Other heavy weight acts we’ve handpicked for you include Buster Shuffle, a cockney ska band with a rock and roll twist, The Lounge Kittens, a charming and cheeky trio, will a unique take on tunes that span genres from jazz to metal. We’ve also got a band known for their gorilla get up, The King Kong Company, who’ve been likened to the heavy bass sounds of Dreadzone combined with the hypnotic rhythms of The Chemical Brothers.

Plus hip-hop heavyweights SIKA studios return to The Bullpen with a tasty urban music line up topped off with the likes of Klashnekoff and Devilman, Tribe of Frog announce their headliners OOOD and Illegal Machines and The Blast return to The Bullpen bringing with them the likes of Sir Spyro and President T.

We’ve also got Uncle Dugs, Dutty Moonshine, Benjamin Yellowitz, Subculture Sage, Idles, Anchorsong, Funke and The Two Tone Baby and Seas of Mirth to name but a few! Check out our line up pages for more details and we’ll see you in just 106 days Nozzers!

Win a set in The Hidden Valley with our #DJNoz2016 competition

Think your DJ skills deserve a bigger stage than your bedroom?

Our annual competition for up and coming turntable talent returns in collaboration with Data Transmission.

We’re on the lookout for a DJ to get our bass-lovers bouncing at the festival this year, playing a set in the Cubicles, which this year boasts the likes of Friction, Dimension, Rene Lavice, The Prototypes and many more.  You’ll get 2 free weekend tickets to the festival and Data Transmission will do an exclusive interview with the winner, to be seen by their trusted readers, tweeters and Facebook troop. We’ll even throw in travel expenses and some food and drink in the dressing room, ’cause we’re nice like that.

To enter, please submit your best track via Mixcloud by midnight 20 May 2016 following these simple steps:

  1. ‘Like’ the Nozstock and Data Transmission Facebook pages.
  2. Upload a mix of no more than 20 minutes to Mixcloud.
  3. Title the mix “Nozstock Data Transmission DJ Comp 2016 – Your Name
  4. Tag the mix: “DJNoz2016 ”. If you fail to tag the mix correctly, your entry may be missed.
  5. Write a short biography including your DJ name, real name and mixcloud user name in the description.
  6. Add tracklist.
  7. Use the competition cover-art provided here.
  8. Your mix should reflect the set you would play at Nozstock. Make sure it’s huge!

The winner will be selected by a panel of judges from Nozstock and Data Transmission. All entrants must be based in the UK and available 22-24 July 2016. For full T&Cs and application info check out this page.

If you want to take a look at Data Transmission’s interview with last year’s winner, DKN, head over to their site.

Good luck, we can’t wait to hear your submissions!


Mike Hale DJNoz2016