As is tradition, the festival will be taking place from Thursday 29 March to Sunday 1 April, where we'll be welcoming a host of the country's most exciting new bands and keeping entry free throughout. For the first time, we'll be having live music across two floors as well as the usual garden BBQ, guest DJs and roof terrace views. Topping the bill this year are Warmduscher, featuring members of Fat White Family, Childhood and Paranoid London. Their use of electronic effects alongside chugging garage rock riffs make them one of the most unique projects in the current scene. We'll also see alt-crooner and ex Let's Wrestle frontman Wesley Gonzalez play songs from his aptly named LP 'Excellent Musician'. Leeds trio Drahla and Wigan's TVAM supply their own takes on abrasive and at times industrial post-punk. Atmospheric hip-hop influenced club culture protectors Benin City have been exciting people with their latest single and short film 'All Smoke Without Fire'. Experimental rock band Mush are also on the bill, as are the pulsating guitars of Italian trio Bee Bee Sea. Lo-fi synths and and an idiosyncratic performance are what you can expect from CC Honeymoon, with ethereal melodies from Thyla and 80s indebted pop from Swimming Girls. Completing the opening announce are the shoegaze inspired Two Tribes, indie punks Adults, South London's Black Midi, angular post-punks Curfew and multi-instrumentalist Jerskin Fendrix. With more live bands and DJs still to come keep an eye out for further announcements over the coming weeks.