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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Armin van Buuren & Ørjan Nilsen – Flashlight (Original Mix)

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Armin van Buuren and Ørjan Nilsen collidein the studio once again for “Flashlight,” this time putting their abilities in the commercial house arena. Their collaboration resulted in an immense track fit for a stadium setting, outfitted with spacial, futuristic melodies and charged to full power with light intrusions of big room in opportune places. “Flashlight’s” echoey nature presents a lighthearted feel, making it a perfect addition to Armin’s A State Of Trance, Ibiza 2016 compilation.

The last time both artists appeared on the same track was in 2012’s “Belter,” which was a favorite among the ASOT community that year for its cascading hook and eerie vocal samples. Since then, they’ve continued releasing relentlessly on Armada, eventually traveling down the current road they’re on musically and reaching heavy commercial success outside the trance realm.

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