1. RL GRIME
Grime and Bass music producer RL Grime always brings the heavy beats to the stage. His new 2016 single “Waiting” with What So Not and Skrillex is a little lighter than what we have heard from the artists, but when you see him live be ready for the bass.
2. LUCA LUSH
Supported by artists such as The Chainsmokers and Odesza, this multi Genre artist puts on one hell of a show. This experience at Euphoria was one of our favorite shows we attended that whole weekend. Never a dull moment with this guy and he brings great energy to the stage.
Bass heavy music producers will be there the first night of LAN. If you like head banging music, don’t miss this duo.
Rezz has been fortunate enough to be mentored by Deadmau5. If you prefer darker beats and trippy visuals check out her show. Rumor has it-- no one has seen her without her hat and LED glasses.
We've been following this artist since he released his single "snapback swag." After seeing his set at euphoria, we were even bigger fans. Crizzly is a mixture of trap, dubstep, and other genres. Don't miss his set, we highly recommend it.
Seeing this artist live was a treat and a very upbeat show. If you like electro-house and like to constantly dance, then scope out this artist.
A future bass producer from Chicago, this artist has popped up on our soundcloud on numerous occasions and the remixes are always amazing.
We have seen these producers multiple times live and their show never disappoints. It’s a very crowd interactive and lively show. If you want to set the mood for the night, don’t miss this duo.
Kayzo started his genre-bending career a few years ago when he was apart of insomniacs “Discovery project.” He has various styles of music and crosses genres frequently, so we cant guarantee the type he will be playing at LAN, but we’ve heard through the grapevine he puts on a good show.
10. SAN HOLO
Starting as a ghost producer, San Holo decided to start producing music of his own. 3 years later, he’s playing at music festivals like LAN. There’s a reason he made it this far this fast, so make sure to check him out. This future-trap artist will have you wishing his set were longer than an hour.
1. RL GRIME