We headed down to the fest for Ministry of Sound’s Clubbers Guide to have a chat with Second City, Wilkinson and (two thirds) of Above & Beyond

Mud and heavy downpours do not dent the enthusiasm of the 20,000 strong crowd, who dance the weekend away on leafy Clapham Common at London's annual dance festival, SW4.

Dubbed by Carl Cox as the 'crowning glory' of London's club scene, SW4 2014 did not disappoint. With more talent than you could shake a stick at, we headed down for Ministry of Sound's Clubbers Guide' show on Capital Xtra to have a chat with Second City, Wilkinson and (two thirds) of Above & Beyond.


Master of the piano-laden summertime house sound, Secondcity rocketed to the top of the UK charts earlier this summer with “I Wanna Feel”. His follow up, “What Can I Do” is another sublime jaunt, and we sat down with him to find out how success really feels.

Above & Beyond

Unmistakably one of the most adored dance acts of all time, Above & Beyond have toured their melodic dance music around the globe. We sat down with Jono and Tony to talk music, Anjunadeep and Breaking Bad.


An artist that strikes a balance between credible and commercial, Wilkinson has gone from strength to strength over the past year. With the release of “Afterglow” in 2013, Wilkinson has since released “Too Close” and worked with the likes of Example, Wiley and Chase & Status. We caught up with him after his main stage set at SW4 and talk Drum & Bass, Andy C and festival sounds.

05 Sep 2014