Odd Future For Bestival

New additions confirmed
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Odd Future are amongst the latest additions to the line up of this year's Bestival.

Hip hop has become stale, almost predictable. Releasing their music online, the sudden rise of Odd Future has split rap fans with their dark lyrics and superb visuals making a huge impression in a short time.

Led by MC such as Earl and Tyler, The Creator the collectives shows often descend into anarchy. A trip to Detroit recently lasted around fifteen minutes before bottle throwing forced Odd Future offstage.

An open letter from Tegan & Sara added to their problems, citing some of Tyler, The Creator's lyrics as examples of misogyny and homophobia.

Odd Future don't have their troubles to seek, but then neither did Public Enemy or Wu Tang Clan back in the day. A loose knit collective, the group are set to play a rare festival set at this summer's Bestival.

Amongst the latest additions to the line up, Odd Future's addition is sure to cause a stir. Organiser Rob da Bank took to his Twitter feed to reveal more names, which include a host of new talent.

Returning producer Tom Vek is set to play Bestival, unveiling material from his five years in the waiting new album. Joining the electro-rock talisman will be Brownswood signing Ghostpoet, Sound Of Rum, Crystal Fighters and more.

Naming a number of new DJs, Rob da Bank confirmed appearances from Pearson Sound, Appleblim, Filthy Dukes, DJ Krush and more.

Finishing the lengthy list of new additions the organiser became inundated with replies. The Nextmen were clearly happy with the line up, after Rob da Bank shouted "Bbbbrrrrraaaaaaaaaaap indeed!" straight back at the DJ crew.

Bestival is due to take place between September 8th - 12th.

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