The one day music festival makes a return to east London this weekend.

There will be 30 live bands and several DJs along with a pop-up record fair, funk n’ soul sessions and more at venues across Leytonstone on Saturday, between midday and 2am.

Artists include London Astrobeat Orchestra who will be performing their Talking Heads set.

There will be Jack Cooper, the voice of bands Ultimate Painting and Mazes, who has releases his debut solo album Sandgrown, up-and-coming musician Amaroun, Psychic Markers bring a heady mix of dark rock ‘n’ roll with a hedonistic Krautrock spirit, Liz Lawrence who recently dropped a double A-side single (mixed by Jack Steadman from Bombay Bicycle Club and Mr Jukes), and many more.

A special addition to this year’s events is a screening of Hitchcock silent thriller The Lodger courtesy of Hitchcock’s Home, who screen films by the world famous director who was born in Leytonstone.

Made in 1927 and starring Ivor Novello, The Lodger has all the hallmarks of an early Hitch classic. It’s based in East London, features a serial killer, lots of blondes and a terrifying fog.

The special screening for Shake The High Road is unique in that the dark action will be sound tracked by a live reimagined DJ score.

The film will be shown upstairs in the ballroom at The Red Lion pub in Leytonstone High Road. Hitch expert John Wischmeyer will be giving a pre-film introduction and there will be Hitch information and memorabilia to hand.

For little ones there is Big Fish Little Fish’s Family Rave, a special daytime treat for children with the sound system offering an afternoon rave for families.

Snooker player Steve Davis will be there. He was always a serious vinyl collector, and in recent years he’s began showcasing this incredible music knowledge alongside fellow DJ Kavus Torabi (who’s been a lynchpin of the alternative music scene for many a year). Expect an inspiring genre-spanning DJ set from the duo - it’s going to be a real trip.

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