As Halloween grows nearer, I expect most of you have begun making your final arrangements (buhduh tchhh), for which ever spooky festival you will be attending. Of those mentioned events, Nightmare Festival is looking particularly hefty with a line up stacked full of impressive names. Here is a list of 10 must see artists that will blow your mind at Nightmare Festival.
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Riza is a DJ and upcoming producer from Northern VA who enjoys a wide variety of genres as evidenced by his mixes. When you get the chance to see Riza live, be ready for a musical journey consisting of a blend between bass house, electro, dubstep, and techno. Riza began DJing in 2010 and has since opened up for numerous DJs such as Bear Grillz, Julius Jetson, Shiba San, Buku, and KJ Sawka. He is showing no signs of slowing down in the DC dance music scene so be sure to keep up with him on Facebook and twitter for upcoming shows.
8) Colin Jeske
Originally an improvisational guitar player of ten years, Colin Jeske began producing dance music in 2012, focusing mainly on house music. With two years of production under his belt, Colin began DJing in 2014, blending various styles of house, techno and bass music to create unique DJ sets, catered to each performance and crowd. Having shared the stage with Mat Zo, AC Slater, Taiki Nulight, Ellen Allien, Julius Jetson, Candyland, Fight Clvb, and others, Jeske continues to rise through the ranks of the Washington, D.C. dance music community.
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6) Choppy Oppy
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5) DJ 2rip
The history of DJ 2rip’s career in the dance music industry is hard to sum up in just a few words. For nearly two decades his music has reached coast to coast and on festival lineups like Ultra, Moonrise, Starscape,
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3) Bleep Bloop
Bleep Bloop’s musical world is one of stripped back, bass-heavy
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In the number one position we of course have the legendary, Figure. Known for his dirty bass and raging energy, Figure should hands down be on your list of acts to see at Nightmare this year. Beyond the fact that his reputation is tried and true, this will be the only tour stop that he is bringing his “Terror Vision” setup to.
Moral of the story here is, Nightmare Festival attendees are in for a real treat this year. From groovy tunes to heavy bass, you'll get a taste of everything. Nightmare Festival is going down at Camp Ramblewood in Darlington, Maryland October 28th-30th. If you haven't secured your ticket yet, they are going fast, go get yours here.