Over a week since Glastonbury ended, we’re still not over the Snowbombing 2022 artists who took Worthy Farm by storm. From Bicep’s captivating visuals and world-renowned melodic sound closing the West Holts stage and TSHA’s all-beats-blazing Arcadia set, to Prospa’s full-capacity performance at The Temple and ABSOLUTE.’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix – read on to explore our Glasto best bits.
From headlining Snowbombing’s enchanted Forest Stage to closing Glasto’s Sunday West Holts stage, BICEP executed another captivating performance featuring awe-inspiring visuals and their world-renowned melodic sound. Harmonies travelled through the crowd to the duo’s most-loved tracks, Glue and Atlas, and arms swayed to newly released Meli (II). Despite a touring streak that shows no sign of slowing down, this has to be up there with Bicep’s best shows yet.
All the magic happens at our Forest Stage, where TSHA played her phenomenal SB festival debut as mountain views turned to starry skies beneath the pines. Not long since named “One To Watch” by NME and DJ Mag to name a few, Glasto was a natural next step for this rising electronic star. With a whopping 3 sets across the festival, TSHA played Sonic and The Gas Tower, before topping of the weekend with her all-beats-blazing Arcadia set, featuring a rowdy remix of Groove Armada’s ‘Superstylin’.
After performing one of our Snowbombers’ favourite Brück’n Stadl sets, SHERELLE took her fiery fusion of footwork and jungle, breaks and tech, from the mountains to the countryside. Treating us to a trifecta of sets, SHERELLE brought the heat to the BBC Music Introducing stage, lit up the Lonely Hearts Club in the spectacular Silver Hayes, and closed the (very literally iconic) IICON stage.
Just as they closed Snowbombing’s afterparty, Prospa shut down The Temple on the final festival night, as security closed the full-capacity, bustling South East Corner venue and advised eager fans to seek their Sunday night fix elsewhere. Echoes of Ecstacy, Prayer and WANT NEED LOVE travelled through the night, as the crowd sang in symphony, danced in unison and experienced Prospa’s reimagining and reshaping of electronic music first-hand.
Following ABSOLUTE.’s explosive DJ Mag livestream straight from Snowbombing’s Snowpark Terrace, this energetic icon took his high-octane set to Worthy Farm for a trifecta of sets across the weekend. From a thriving Thursday set at the BBC Music Introducing stage, to his live BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix with Bonobo (listen here), Anthony took us on a whirlwind ride through dance music.
After bringing the heat to her Brück’n Stadl set, hosted by our good friends over at He.She.They. Syreeta took her high-energy tech-rollers, breaks bangers and everything in between for a weekend at Glastonbury. From the thriving East London party scene, to the biggest festivals in the world, Syreeta’s feel for the dancefloor brought two explosive sets to The Gas Tower and He.She.They.’s raucous rave tree.