While this summer has probably been one of the hottest we’ve experienced for some time (enjoy it while it lasts..) you can’t go wrong with a good day festival and last Sunday the STOA team hit up one of the waviest day festivals London had to offer. Located in a little place called Morden, (End of the Northern Line) Eastern Electrics was the venue for a whole host of acts that moved, energized and electrified a sun-soaked crowd.

With artists on the roster including AJ Tracey, Kurupt FM, Ghetts, 67 and Suspect OTB to name a few, there wasn’t a shortage of energy, even in the 30 degree heat. The main stage was of course the main highlight, but the entire site offered lots of satellite DJ spots, with our personal favourite being the Switchyard – a sort of ‘mad max‘ inspired theme, that made you feel you were partying in the post-apocolypse – a really unique set up.

The festival was interesting, easy to get to and navigate with weather to match and is certainly one to add to your festival calendar for next year.

In partnership with Puma the STOA boys wore the recent Puma Sound RS-0 in both the Red/White and Pink colourways.