SONUS FESTIVAL’S BEST BITS – RODHAD, FLOORPLAN, MARGARET DYGAS

Once again this August, Sonus Festival brings bucket loads of techno and an international crowd to the Croatian coast, with another huge line-up. Ricardo Vilallobos, Adam Beyer, Apollonia, Julia Govor, Magda and Ame are just some of the names on offer over five sun drenched days.

If you needed any more reasons to buy a ticket / flight / accommodation, here are our three choice classic cuts from some of the most notable artists on the bill – Rodhad, Floorplan (Robert Hood) and Margaret Dygas.

You can also check out our ‘How To Do’ article, here for tips on how to get there, where to stay and more.

 


Rodhad: Im Glanz Des Mondes (Dystopian, 2015)

Perhaps his most slamming record to date, Im Glanz Des Mondes is a sprawling 11 and a half minutes of techno, where Rodhad pushes his concept of techno even further. He’s crossing over into the darkside, aided and abetted by the vocals of Sara Clark.

 

Floorplan – Never Grow Old (M-Plant, 2013)

One of the finest Floorplan offerings, this one was part of his album ‘Paradise’. It’s a dusty, jazzy, retro tipped number with bombastic gospel samples. As the title suggests, this is seriously timeless music.

 

Margaret Dygas – Invisible Circles (Perlon, 2009)

 

Landing in Perlon’s heyday, this record focuses on the more experimental side of house music – eerie, murky, minimal and industrial, it’s prime afterparty fodder and an example of Dygas at her best.

 



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