Disclosure, Chromeo, Markus Schulz, and more locked in for phase two of Djakarta Warehouse Project

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Disclosure, Chromeo, Markus Schulz, and more locked in for phase two of Djakarta Warehouse ProjectDisclosure Live Kimmel

The Djakarta Warehouse Project approaches their 11th iteration, topped by a grip of star-studded bookings from their phase one lineup to ring in their upcoming anniversary. As the Indonesian festival promoters Ismaya Live have worked tirelessly to long establish the event’s reputation within the circle of Asia’s electronic music scene, the recently revealed phase two lineup delves deeper into the festival’s multi-genre focus and welcomes a wave of top tier talent to the bill.

The festival’s phase two announcement welcomes their fifth headliner, English dance duo Disclosure to the lineup for the gargantuan three-day festival over December 13-15. The Caracal producers are accompanied by high-energy performances from Dutch duos Bassjackers and Blasterjaxx and the return of trance heavyweight Markus Schulz. Electro-funk gods Chromeo are locked in for a DJ set as their debut performance in Indonesia, and Coone brings his signature hardstyle flair to the stage. Among the supporting acts are budding artists Meduza, Yung Bae, and Generik.

In addition to the numerous artist announcements, the Djakarta Warehouse Project also announces a secondary stage takeover by Yellow Claw‘s record label Barong Family. Announced previously, the festival will also be welcoming elrow for a tropical stage takeover. In true elrow fashion, the travelling party series paves the way for an extravagant affair, bringing their very own Rowmudas Triangle for their one day touchdown on the island.

Tickets, travel packages and more information on the Djakarta Warehouse Project is available here.

Photo credit: Nareendra Kameshwara

Disclosure, Chromeo, Markus Schulz, and more locked in for phase two of Djakarta Warehouse ProjectDWP19 Final

Coone releases Tomorrowland video for ‘Madness 2.0,’ an upgrade to the original with Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Lil Jon

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Coone releases Tomorrowland video for ‘Madness 2.0,’ an upgrade to the original with Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Lil JonCoone Tomorrowland 2018

Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Coone feature Lil Jon on the card of their hardstyle thrasher, “Madness 2.0,” an updated and upgraded version to their 2013 release off Dim Mak. The rapper turned DJ chart-topper was always graced with a voice synonymous with crunk; thrown together with the pride of Belgian hardstyle expresses nothing but energy and fervor for partying. The newer version shoots a higher-end synth for the leading melody than the original, showcasing a heavy contrast between the thumping 808s and protruding sub bass.

The video by Appartyment was taken of Coone’s performance at the main stage of Tomorrowland this year, among other festival clips. In the video, viewers are treated to the conversation that led to the remake. The original opened many doors for Coone five years ago, and since he’s now performing main stage at Tomorrowland, the remake is coming full circle.