Funk - Luminate Festival

Ariathea

Ariathea is original tribal-funk-soul, led by multi-genre songstress, teacher of voice and sound healer Georgia Duder-Wood. Classical and jazz trained bassist Mat Fieldes anchors the groove, whilst a world music twist is added by percussion masters Doug Brush and Eric Renick,

Kukan Dub Legan

For those familiar with Kukan Dub Lagan tunes will know it is much more than just chill music. 
 His style fuses dub, world, down-tempo, funk and the indescribable to create a unique journey full of groove, bass and soulful sounds. 
 In simpler words “sunshine music for smiling people”!! ‘Kukan’, despite its subtle electronic …

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MastaRyte

Beats for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, with grandma’s special bass sauce smothered on top, is the key to my healthy diet. Blurring the lines between traditional instrumentation and electronic music production, MastaRyte creates a funkadelic journey where smooth piano rolls, and jazzy brass sections tell the tale for chunky bass lines and tight drum breaks …

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Mat Hoods

Influenced by sampling culture and the roots of modern dance music, Mat Hoods has been expanding his knowledge and record collection since the mid nineties, playing regular sets at events in Manchester, Leeds and London.

Mellowtact

Drawing influences from psychedelia through to Jazz, Funk & Reggae, Mellowtact fuses sounds from around the world with deep electronic grooves. Accompanied by live musicians & visual artists to create an intimate and diverse experience.

My Baby

My baby is a Dutch/New Zealand trio that play roots driven hypnotic dance . It’s a sound informed by blues and ancient folk and then fused with the rawness of seventies funk, african desert blues, moroccan gnawa, indian raga and a touch of EDM.

My Baby

My baby is a Dutch/New Zealand trio that play roots driven hypnotic dance . It’s a sound informed by blues and ancient folk and then fused with the rawness of seventies funk, african desert blues, moroccan gnawa, indian raga and a touch of EDM.

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