Sundown: Review - Pusha T and Zane Lowe

Pusha T at Sundown Festival 2014 - Paul Bayfield Pusha T at Sundown Festival 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Saturday, August 30, 2014
8:31 PM

As late afternoon draws in, the crowds, bigger then ever seen before at Sundown, gather around the main stage for the aural assault that is Pusha T. With brutal bass and lyrical magic, Pusha T gets everyone on their feet and bouncing to the music.

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Zane Lowe live at Sundown 2014 - Paul BayfieldZane Lowe live at Sundown 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Everyone I’ve spoken to today has said how amazing their day has been so far and how impressed they are with the line up and it’s clear that Sundown has firmly set itself as a nationally recognised festival on the summer calendar.

Taking to the stage to a deafening cheer from the incredible audience, DJ, Zane Lowe opens his set with pounding techno, instantly igniting the crowd and doesn’t let up at any point. He clearly knows his audience and talking to him briefly backstage, it was easily apparent that he was excited to be in Norfolk and playing Sundown.

Katy B, Tinie Tempah and Chase & Status are yet to play, but if the acts so far are anything to go buy, Saturday at Sundown is set to be legendary.

We’ll be back soon with a round up of these artists, so check back later.



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