| Homelands 2003 |
Right now 2 Many Djs (Soulwax) - brothers Steven and David Dewaele - couldn't be more sought after if they tried, and may even manage to make their native Belgium famous for something other than chips with mayonnaise and chocolate. As far back as 1999 they were subverting pop, dance, rock and indie, creating the bootleg mania that's been the biggest story in music since So Solid Crew all got jailed. You name it, it was their idea: Skee-Lo vs Survivor, The Sugababes vs Dr Dre, Dolly Parton vs Royskopp: if you've lost it to any of those tunes in the last couple of years, you've been paying inadvertent homage to music's newest geniuses. They make their festival debut at Homelands this year. Watch them play and you get eight tunes for the price of two.
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