Spanish event brand 981Heritage "Son Estrella Galicia" makes a welcome return to the Oval Space in London on July 10th following its 2013 sell-out Bath's headline show. Celebrating its tenth anniversary and its third London edition, the festival will present electronic band Austra, Montreal duo Blue Hawaii and London popsters Maxixe.

Born back in 2005 at La Coruna (Galicia, Spain) as a modest event, 981Heritage has evolved into one of the most influential music festivals in the Spanish calendar.

To mark its tenth anniversary, the Oval Space prepares for a comeback event of epic proportions - fresh from Coachella, Austra will headline this year's London edition of the festival.

In support, Grimes-approved girl/boy electronic duo Blue Hawaii will return to London with their blizzard of erratic vocal harmonies and deep house beats. Completing the line-up will be Maxixe, the new project from Micachu & The Shapes drummer Marc Pell and We Have Band singer Darren Bancroft.

981Heritage has gained the reputation of bringing the newest acts in electronic music to the fore, international names that have gone on to define the "new music" of the last decade such as Gilles Peterson, Hudson Mohawke, Nathan Fake, Actress and more have all performed at the Spanish festival since its inception.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the event, just tell us who you'd like to see headline a future 981Heritage "Son Estrella Galicia event. The most interesting choice will win the tickets. Email your pick to comps@thefourohfive.com. Winners will be notified by email. Tickets are on sale now and available from Songkick and Oval Space.


Check out a special playlist from Maxixe

John Grant - 'Pale Green Ghosts': A great song from a great album. His voice is so rich and the musical development of the track from something quite pretty to something quite sinister is lovely.

Jessie Ware - 'Tough Love': We're big fans of Jesse Ware and this new track from her upcoming album is sounding great so we're looking forward to hearing more.

The Invisible - 'Protection': We did a little tour with these guys and they're all such incredibly good musicians as well as being super nice people. This song is so intense live and it was always a pleasure to watch them perform.

Blood Orange featuring Dave Longstreth - 'No Right Thing': Two very talented men here and a good lesson in how great a modern duet can be. Dave's voice is remarkable on the track.

The Wytches - 'Wire Frame Mattress': Another band we've been lucky enough to tour with. We honestly didn't know much about them at first but their live show is ferocious and by the end we were loving them every night.

Owiny Sigoma Band - 'Norbat Okela': The sound pallet these guys work with is just brilliant. We were also really taken by the album artwork a visual inspiration. The album is very diverse so if you like this you really have to give the rest a listen.

Melt Yourself Down - 'Fix My Life': Another sonic inspiration to us. We'll often have this turned up very loud in the studio.

Bobby Womack - 'Please Forgive My Heart': A beautiful song from a great voice that will be sadly missed. Brings a smile to our face though that he was still playing shows up until just a couple of weeks before he passed away.