Easter is a time for rejuvenation.
As we escape winter's chilly grasp it's nice to venture outside, to witness the blossoming world and remember that it's not all rain, clouds and killer Saharan smog.
Kitsune have organised a special London party for Easter, with plenty of presents inside their rave-shaped egg. Taking control of the Village Underground on April 19th, the French label are set to welcome a cross-section of their roster across the channel.
Jerry Bouthier will go up against Punks Jump Up, with the selectors only allowed to choose from the Kitsune catalogue. Elsewhere, Tobtok and Logo will entertain the crowds, with Beatacue also taking part.
Headliners Digitalism need no introduction. The German duo formed a decade ago in Hamburg, and in that time they've managed to take their sound across the globe.
A fun fusion of tech-heavy sounds and electro bombast, their continually evolving set marks them out as genuine floor-fillers on just about every continent.
Ahead of this, Digitalism have prepared an Easter mix for Clash. As you can imagine this is aimed straight at the dancefloor - so put those cream eggs away and tune in...
1. Kraftwerk - Die Roboter
2. Red Axes - Caminho de Dreyfus / Rebolle Remix
3. Tiga - Fever
4. Matias Aguayo - Dance Machine
5. Christian S - The Power of Now
6. Metronomy - Love Letters / Soulwax Remix
7. ID - ID
8. Alex Metric & Oliver - Hope
9. College - The Drone
Kitsune Easter Special hits London venue the Village Underground on April 19th as part of the ongoing (April 18th - 27th) Convergence festival.