Djakarta Warehouse Project celebrates an explosive 11th anniversary — photos by RUKES, Nareend, HIGH ISO, and Vinodii

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Exclusive: Oliver Heldens dishes bouncy house hits in Heldeep Radio ahead of Djakarta Warehouse Project performance

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Exclusive: Oliver Heldens dishes bouncy house hits in Heldeep Radio ahead of Djakarta Warehouse Project performanceOliver Heldens Photo Credit Rukes

Oliver Heldens led the perky, future-house sound to triumph in 2013, where his signature style brought his first single, “Gecko,” to top charts across the world. Six years later, the 24-year-old now beholds a world of accomplishments including performing on some of the largest festival stages like EDC and Tomorrowland, heads his very own record label, Heldeep Records, and radio station, Heldeep Radio, along with maintaining his not-so-secret alias as HI-LO, allowing him to express a deeper, bassline-driven sound from his typical sonic direction.

While all equally as impressive feats, Oliver Heldens has continued to impress the nation with continuous musical prowess as he tours across the globe. Before closing out the decade, he’s slated to perform at the Djakarta Warehouse Project, one of the largest electronic music festivals in Southeast Asia. Ahead of his anticipated mainstage set, he’s released an hour-long mix, available exclusively on Dancing Astronaut.

In his latest mix, Heldens hand selects a curation of tunes from his current musical carousel including tracks from his own seasoned discography and snippets of singles from other artist friends. In this release, he drifts through a grand majority of his own productions, from his recent ’80s sample-infused collaboration, “Turn Me On,” to high-energy dance floor shakers like “Renegade Mastah” under his HI-LO moniker.

Tickets and more information about the Djakarta Warehouse Project are available online.

Photo credit: Rukes

Exclusive: R3HAB drops hour-long mix ahead of performance at the Djakarta Warehouse Project

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2019 has been the year of R3HAB. In just this year alone, the artist, born as Fadil El Ghoul, has toured around the world with more than 120 show dates, released more than 30 singles and remixes, and now rounds out his accomplished era with one of his final, show-stopping performances of the year at the Djakarta Warehouse Project.

Ahead of the gargantuan three-day festival, R3HAB has prepared a delectable hour long-mix for Dancing Astronaut in anticipation of his set at the “Garuda Land” stage, aptly named after the country’s enriching coat of arms, the Garuda Pancasila. The mix opens with the thunderous bassline and sultry vocals from ZAYN, the opening notes to their latest jaunt “Flames.” With a quickening change of pace, the mix flips through high-energy hits and remixes from his catalog, including his Latin-inspired single “Fuego.” Throughout the mix, R3HAB shows support for budding artists on his CYB3RPVNK label, mixing in tracks from artists like CItyzen and his collaboration with Skytech.

While he’s currently city-hopping with long-time friends and electro-house trio Cash Cash, next on his global takeover marks a performance at Djakarta Warehouse Project, one of the largest electronic music festivals in Southeast Asia. The festival falls in the heart of Jakarta among his circuit of tour stops.

Tickets and more information about the Djakarta Warehouse Project are available online.

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Djakarta Warehouse Project locks in Tinashe, Claptone, Krewella, and more to complete 2019 lineup

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Indonesia’s premier electronic music festival, the Djakarta Warehouse Project has solidified their lineup for the upcoming event, locking in final support from featured electronic artists Claptone, Krewella, and Cash Cash, a headlining performance from R&B star Tinashe, and a trickle of supporting names to top off the bill.

The festival returns to the city’s Jakarta International Expo over December 13-15, ensuing three days of immersive, unforgettable performances from more than artists. The phase three announcement introduces sets from artists like Brohug, Ghastly, Wiwek, and a back-to-back performance from trance extraordinaires Mark Sixma and Jordan Suckley.

Rounding out the phase three announcement, elrow‘s themed ‘Rowmudas Triangle’ stage takeover reveals their slate of high-energy, international techno and house bookings. The cheeky nautical themed party is headlined by none other than the bird-masked mystique Claptone, and sharing the stage with Snatch! Records owner Riva Starr, and resident DJ Mario Biani.

In celebration of their 11th edition, local event promoter Ismaya Live have seen the exponential growth of the festival since 2008. Starting off initially as an indoor warehouse event, the Djakarta Warehouse Project has grown into one of Asia’s largest electronic music festivals, with no signs of slowing down.

See the Djakarta Warehouse Project’s full lineup flyer below. More information about the festival and travel package information is available here.

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

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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

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Djakarta Warehouse Project announces phase one headliners Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Martin Garrix, and more

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The Djakarta Warehouse Project has announced its return for 2019, revealing the first round of headliner artists for its upcoming edition. Taking place at the capital’s Jakarta International Expo, the festival tops their bill with a smashing selection of high-tier headliners including Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Zedd and Skrillex set to perform over Dec. 13-15.

The phase one announcement follows with a handful of high-energy bookings for the course of the weekend, bringing in fan-favorites like Oliver Heldens, Salvatore Ganacci, and Jeffrey Sutorius performing as Dash Berlin to light up the city. Local festival organizers Ismaya Live have also secured a stage takeover from Barcelona-born party series elrow, as they venture out to Indonesia for the party of the year.

Tickets and more information about the Djakarta Warehouse Project are available here.

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Djakarta Warehouse Project reveals diverse phase two lineup, including Afrojack, Mura Masa and Ørjan Nilsen

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The Djakarta Warehouse Project has unveiled the second phase of their 2018 lineup, bringing on a selection of artists to round out this destination festival. This edition is set to take place in Bali’s GWK Cultural Park, a serene and celestial sphere in the heart of Indonesia’s tourist hot spot over the December 7-9 weekend. With the first phase introducing a vast array of world-famous headliners like Armin Van Buuren, DJ Snake and Major Lazer, Asia’s top festival shows no sign of stopping.

The second wave of additions brought along almost a dozen new acts, with highlights including Afrojack, trance favorites MarLo and Ørjan Nilsen, and Slushii, bringing a wide medley of musical production to the bill. From the growth of the initial one-day event formerly known as the Blowfish Warehouse Project, to the upcoming 10th anniversary of the DWP, festival organizers Ismaya Live have aided in pushing Indonesia’s dance music scene to the larger-than-life community it is today.  Djakarta Warehouse Project reveals diverse phase two lineup, including Afrojack, Mura Masa and Ørjan NilsenIMG 5067

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