No Bounds festival has finalised the line-up for its 2021 edition, taking place next month.

Lorenzo Senni, RP Boo, Space Afrika, The Black Dog and an audiovisual show from Rian Treanor, with visual artist Leila Ziu, are among the additions completing the bill for this year’s edition of the Sheffield event, which will take place across multiple venues in the city. 

It’s also been confirmed that Mark Fell will debut a new commission called ‘Interchange’, in collaboration with the Maltby Miners’ Welfare Band. In keeping with Fell’s recent works, a press release explains, “this piece evolves over a palindromic time structure, with overlapping and intersecting patterns drawn from [Sheffield’s] many bus routes – developed with the help of Fell’s long-term collaborator, Italian composer Sandro Mussida. The players will be distributed around the bus station and for a duration of 3-hours guests are welcome explore the space.”

No Bounds previously confirmed sets from the likes of Loraine James, Ben UFO, Kode9, Joy Orbison, Batu and Andy Stott, among many others, for this year’s event, which takes place from 15th-17th October. Find more information, and get tickets, here.

Hope Works, No Bounds’ main home, recently revealed that Nkisi, Rian Treanor and 96 Back were joining the club’s residents roster.

Last year’s No Bounds took place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.