Introducing Cuckoo Clump! This is the thick of it – the hotbed of the party – with a host of our favourite stages including Club DaDa, and brand new soul, funk and disco club Stacey’s. And off-the-wall-delights such as the Sunday Best Record Shop.
Welcome to a surreal world of Club DaDa where the absurd is commonplace and eccentricity is elevated to an art form. Prepare for a disorienting salmagundi of sound, the mechanised swing of vintage remix and brass, brass, brass. Irresistibly avant-garde and unhinged, Club DaDa, from the makers of Shangri Las, Glastonbury, and long term residents of festival fields Continental Drifts will send you spinning into the 23rd Century.
At Stacey’s it’s not just about the looks, it’s about the lifestyle. It’s about the joyous funk, and the rare groove and it’s about the dancing. The non-stop dancing, lost in the soul and the pure pursuit of happiness. The ultimate good time clubbing experience, if dancing to northern soul, funk and rare groove is what you want to do, Stacey’s is for you.
Fall in love with our independent record label and guaranteed good-times party-starter…Sunday Best. We’re incredibly proud of our music and artists on Sunday Best, we’re a lovably eclectic bunch whose roster includes legends old and new, including David Lynch (yes that David Lynch), Kitty Daisy & Lewis, dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip, Xylaroo, Norman Jay MBE, Sound of Rum, Lucky Elephant, Dub Pistols and many more.
Come and visit our Sunday Best Cardboard Record Shop in the Cuckoo Clump to get a feel for everything Bestival curator Rob da Bank’s record label and leftfield club night is about, and to check out Bristol-based collective The Cardboard Club’s incredible installation and be transported into a world of cardboard, great music, wonderful CD and vinyl bargains (inc. items for just 50p), very special acoustic performances, tasty tipples and friendly faces galore!
Spiinbox was created especially for Slow Motion by Tim Weeks (former Creative Director of Psycle London). Euphoric spinning, on bikes, yes like that kind of spinning. the audience is taken on a musical journey – a trip – an experience that leaves you emotionally blown away. Music has a simple but powerful ability to bring people together and Spiinbox is about making exercise part of modern culture and society – not just something for the ‘fitness nuts’.