With such a strong lineup announced featuring the likes of Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Kaskade, and Martin Garrix, it’s tough to decide which acts you can’t miss this year at TomorrowWorld. TomorrowWorld is just two and half weeks away, but it’s never too early to start planning your weekend. Although we do recommend checking out some of the heavy hitting big names, the lesser known DJs will absolutely blow you away. Listed below are 10 must-see acts that will not disappoint. Note: this list is in no particular order.
Big Gigantic – Sunday, 10:30pm-12am, Mythical Frames
Rezz – Sunday, 3:30pm-4:30pm, Mythical Frames
If you’re looking for a Gesaffelstein and Oliver type feel, look no further. Rezz produces fast-paced, heavy dark techno beats with haunting instrumentals. Her style has caught the attention of Skrillex and landed her a record deal with Deadmau5’s Mau5trap.
Noisecontrollers – Friday, 10:30pm-12am, Q Dance
ETC!ETC! – Friday, 7pm-8pm, It’s A Trap
Anything goes in Mad Decent set. From booty-shaking trap to groovy laid-back moombahton, ETC!ETC! goes hard every set and the crowd digs it. If that’s not enough of an argument, listen to his Quest Mix For BBC Radio 1 set and try not to get hyped up.
Justin Martin – Saturday, 7pm-9pm, All Gone Pete Tong
If there’s ever a Dirtybird artist gracing their presence at a festival, you always need to catch their set. Rattling sound systems since 2003, bass-fueled Justin Martin spits out killer house beats.
Party Favor – Sunday, 4:30pm-6pm, All Your Bass Are Belong To Us
If you’re in the mood for some booty shaking beats, you need to check out Party Favor. Party Favor blends trap and bass music to create dope festival remixes of producers such as Flosstradamus, Bro Safari, and Showtek.
Peking Duk – Friday, 3pm-4pm, Main Stage
The Australian dance music game is always one step ahead of everyone else. After remixing Passion Pit in 2012, Peking Duk started turning heads and has since created original electro-fused tracks such as “Take Me Over” and “High.”
Shaq aka DJ Diesel – Friday, 8pm-9pm, It’s A Trap
Space Jesus – Sunday, 2pm-3pm, All Your Bass Are Belong To Us
Since 2004, Jasha Tull has been producing bassy psychedelic music. In 2011, after numerous projects, the Space Jesus project was born. His contemporary cross-genre style is filled with high energy bass that will keep you raging.
Wave Racer – Sunday, 7:30pm-8:30pm, Futureclassic
If the sounds of Lido and Flume produced a future bass baby, it would be Wave Racer. His production is not only incredible, but his sound maintains a joyful, dream-like style.