5 under-rated acts you won't want to miss at this year's Bulmers Forbidden Fruit festival
It's the first great festival of the year.
The hard part is complete; you're there, you've gotten the wristband on and the drink tent is in your eye-line.
What better way to kick off your Bulmers Forbidden Fruit guide then by helping you re-jig your musical memorandum? Get these in the diary.
These lads have been going strong since 2000 and have released six albums. They are just back on the road again after a year's break. Not to be missed.
This deep house, London DJ has shot to fame with 'You Don't Know Me' but also had a hit in 2014 with Duke Dumont, the brilliant 'I Got U'. Jones has done the college rounds this year, playing in Galway and Sligo during their respective Rag Weeks.
One of Ireland's most recognisable voices doesn't really require an introduction, does she?
Giggs was signed to XL Records in 2009 following his debut album, Walk in Da Park. His latest LP, Landlord, entered and peaked on the UK albums chart at number two.
The 23-year-old producer from Newcastle, Australia is now based in London and is heavily influenced by the working-class steelworks of his hometown. His house and techno rooted music is self-described as "stripped back, minimal but atmospheric."