LoveBox London Music Festival Friday 12 July 2019

LoveBox Friday 2019

The lineup undoubtedly pales in comparison to what was offered last year. H.E.R dropping out of the festival left a significant gap in the Friday schedule allowing more the smaller and obscure artists to take on the various stages.

It definitely the DJ & producer day with SG Lewis, Joe Hertz and Kaytranada all gathering to Gunnersbury Park. The festival scheduling deities were merciless – only allowing me to see Joe Hertz spin the decks with his unique blend of chill and picturesque summer vibes. It was a touching moment to hear Goodbye Kisses & Stay Lost live after they have keep me company on a many sunsets.


Despite the messy array there definitely massive amounts of talent and blending of genres with legendary Black Cypress, slowthai & Loyle Carner gracing the main stage.

These were the acts I was able to catch:


The first set I dashed to leading to an explosive start to the festival. Moshpits left and right. A fall, bruised leg and bloody nose after – I was riding an adrenaline high.


Loyle Carner

The young South London Talent delivering the narrative rap at its finest. (I’ve raved about him enough already)



French Kiwi Juice renowned for his multi-instrumental mastery while producing bluesy nu soul tunes that just calms the soul.


J Hus

J Hus takes centre stage in Gunnersbury Park with unrivalled energy after being released from prison three months prior.


Joe Hertz

My favourite local Brixton boy – producing soulful pieces with the electronic flair constantly collaborating with emerging talent.



She came in full-force to make up for cancelling Coachella earlier this year. Wrapping up the day with mesmerising vocals as the sun sets.


Saturday is a hella more hectic

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