Dancebreak’s most anticipated sets of Mysteryland USA 2015

With Mysteryland USA 2015 just a few days away, we are becoming increasingly more excited about the incredible lineup that awaits another amazing weekend of music.


Bondax

This amazing duo of young men grabbed my attention when a friend showed me their XLR8R mix a couple years ago. They are stunning in their mixing ability and their producing. Their tracks consist of smooth melodies and grooves that make you move your feet and touch your heart.


Kill Frenzy

Dirty Bird artist Kill Frenzy is one artists we never miss. Being and advocate of “minimalist” producing, one of our favorite things about him is his deliberate lack of flashy (perhaps cheesy) build up drop structures that have permeated electronically produce music today. Arranging his tracks to build up to space before a drop is something that adds a cool contrast that isn’t regularly found elsewhere.

Minnesota

Minnesota has been in the scene for quite awhile now thrilling fans across America with his melodic and beautiful bass music. We’ve been following his career for the past two years


Anna Lunoe

Breaking out into the scene a couple years ago, she has been crushing deep house stages around the world. We had a the pleasure of seeing her in Boston about a year ago. We are excited to get a another chance to see her.


Sweater Beats

One of the greatest downtempo/future trap producers in my opinion, Sweater Beats is making revolutionary music in the genre. Stacking up to Soulection artists such as Mr. Carmack and StarRo, he is one of the biggest future trap producers around today.


Nicole Moudaber

The Lebanese queen of techno is an act we will always see, anywhere, at every opportunity. Known as the first person to bring techno to Lebanon, she is recognized world wide as one of the most talented techno DJs today.


Adam Beyer

The founder of Drumcode Records, Adam Beyer, has been dazzling the techno scene since the 90s. His beats and song selection is dark, penisve, erie, and most importantly, incredible. The often imitated, but never duplicated.


Netsky

Netsky is one of the legendary drum and bass live groups out there. We’ve been unable to catch them live of the years given their limited touring in the US, so needless to say this is a set we are ecstatic to have the chance to see.


Oliver

Oliver is an artist you see every chance you get. Their beats are as groovy as it gets and they have something for anyone. Whether it be up beat with high energy, mid-tempo and groovy, or downtempo with the feels. Their remix of Mayer Hawthorne’s “Your Favorite Song” is a great example of their production prowess.


Gramatik

This Gramatik show will be a little bit of a redemption for us. Regrettably we have been unable to see him perform since his EZoo set back in 2012. He is one of our favorite producers, he requires no introduction, and we are stoked to finally see him again. It has been long over do.


Tickets are still available on the website, so Grab yours and join us at the get down!

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