Our hints have been simmering away gently like an arrabiata sauce; but now we’re ready to reveal a line-up that’s just as spicy. We’re proud to have curated a list of artists that we think are at the top of their games, their reputations all built on careful song selection and an ability to always read the vibes.

We’ve hand-picked acts from Australia to London, inviting them to become part of the FLASH family in our Tuscan Eden for three ace nights. We wouldn’t dare to say that the roster is a flash of genius – but you might. Let’s meet ‘em (listed alphabetically):

Bradley Zero

Last year, we had Rhythm Section alumni Chaos in the CBD repping the Peckham crew in Tuscany. Now, we’re bringing the founder of the squad. Zero became a hero in London’s nightlife scene back in ­­­2009, his collective based on spinning the best in groovy world music and soulful house. From there he moved on to crafting the early Boiler Room line-ups, before setting up his Rhythm Section INTL label, backed by support from the likes of Giles Peterson and Mary Anne Hobbs. Expect Zero to bring the grooviest of numbers.

DJ Boring

Cult Aussie selector DJ Boring doesn’t live up to his name – but that’s obviously a great thing. Floating onto the scene with dreamy lo-fi breezer ‘Winona’ in 2016, he’s quickly built up a sound based around pumping, euphoric and hypnotic house. Boring by name, head-rushingly exciting by nature, expect a Vitamin D infused buzz like no other.


Cutting her teeth on the pirate stations of Edinburgh, Éclair Fifi is in the crème de la crème of underground DJs right now. Her sound is a magnet for hands-in-the-air moments, baking together Detroit techno sounds with smatterings of Chicago house, rave – leading her to Radio1, Rinse FM and NTS residencies across the way. Add her visual art to her CV, and she’s become a creative to be reckoned with – and the icing on the cake of our line-up.

Laurence Guy

There’s a reason we’ve invited Laurence Guy back for a second year – and that’s that he’s a really, really, really good DJ. Relentlessly, unrelentingly digging through crusty crates and dusty dives, he’s always equipped with peak time bangers. It’s no wonder then that he’s had a string of ace releases on Church Records, Mule Musiq and Studio Barnhus – and now he’ll be carting them over to play through the Tuscan dusk.


Send Loods. We reckon that should be the emergency text of any dead party – the Aussie DJ knows how to shutdown any lockdown with his funky, loopy house tunes. From dropping two sell-out records on his buddy Mall Grab’s label to dishing out mixes for Boiler Room, Rinse FM, NTS and Triple J, he’s become as much of a party shopping list as natural wine and Italian cheese (just us?) Saves your shapes for this set.

Raphaël Top-Secret

This message will self-destruct, so be quick. Often spied in the depths of a Parisian flea-market, sifting through stacks of old records, RTS is a true genre-hopper. Anything from boogie to rap, ambient to rave goes, as long as it’s ace. Recently curating the ‘Uneven Paths: Deviant Pop from Europe 1980-1991’ compilation on the esteemed Music From Memory, he’s going to bringing some clandestine magic to the FLASH DJ table. Destructing in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…

Yu Su

We’re outrageously excited to have Yu Su at FLASH. The Canadian DJ is one of the coolest in the game right now, spinning dreamy left-field dance music while keeping tabs on acid and craving the odd rave banger. Flatteringly, her sound’s pretty hard to explain – which means you’ll have to come check her out. Oh, and if you need any more persuading – her ‘Truants’ mix was just chosen as one of Resident Advisor’s mixes of the decade.

If that line-up wasn’t enough, we’re bringing a batch of European party-starters to warm-up with some fiery heaters:


Barcelona based Italian crate digger, armed with fittingly monstrous tunes.


Known in the Amsterdam underground for turning parties from zero to eleven in a matter of minutes.


Based in our local town Castiglion Fiorentino, these guys are all about bringing serious disco grooves.

Menu Malin x Mauresque

French duo known for weaving together psychedelic trippers with afro-house rhythms.


Back after performing at our inaugural event, Pinello stoically usurped techno for funk and soul when living in Kreuzberg, and we love him for it.


Based in Berlin, he’s a disco-house DJ who peppers his sets with unexpected tasting notes.

The Camels

They haven’t got the hump with us yet, so they’re back at FLASH riding some proper rhythms.