A stage-wise guide to Vh1 Supersonic those for all ravers who will light up Goa this month.
With mere days to go, The Sherp thought it fitting to provide you with a concise guide to all three stages and the most incredible international acts performing there. Prepare for the upcoming Vh1 Supersonic edition with these great musicians.
I. LABOROTOIRE STAGE
Hosted by UKF & Arms House.
Mala + Pokes — 27 December, 9:00-10:00 PM
Mala and Pokes together operate the DMZ record label and are known for their dub infused electronic sound. Having gained much appreciation in the past year, they are now making their way to Vh1 Supersonic in Goa. Listen to some of their music below.
Dirtyphonics — 28 December, 9:00-10:00 PM
Dirtyphonics are an electronic group from France. Their music ranges from drum and bass to dubstep/trap. Their eclecticism is not the only refreshing thing about the group, though. Dirtyphonics have played at innumerable international music festivals – from EDC, Tomorrowland and UMF to SXSW, Coachella and Camp Bisco. Check out their music below.
Cuture Shock — 29 December, 8:00-9:00 PM
Signed to RAM Records, James Pountney (stagename: Culture Shock) is a British drum and bass producer. Known for his booming sound and incredible mixes, we’re immensely excited to see Culture Shock at Supersonic! Listen to some of his music below.
Netsky + MC Script — 30 December, 9:00-10:00 PM
Boris Daenen, the legendary Belgian drum and bass producer, better known as Netsky, is bringing all his creative genius to Goa this month, along with MC Script. This set is bound to be a remarkable one, so we recommend not missing it. Listen to some of Netsky’s music below.
II. IRON HEART STAGE
Disclosure — 27 December, 8:30-10:oo PM
Disclosure are an English electronic and dance music duo who have been blowing up dance floors ever since their first single. Starting out at the ripe age of 16 and 19, the two young siblings have made quite the mark on the electronic music world, with their unique style that mixes UK garage with popular music. Listen to their music below.
Zeds Dead — 27 December, 6:30-8:00 PM
Zeds Dead is an electronic duo from Ontario, Canada. Having derived their name from a famous scene from the film “Pulp Fiction”, the duo are signed with the label Mad Decent, even though they have released tracks with other labels. Listen to their music below.
Zedd — 28 December, 8:30-10:00 PM
Zedd a.k.a. Anton Zaslavski is a crowd-pleasing Russian-German DJ, best known for his chart-topping song ‘Clarity’. Having dropped his second studio album True Colors earlier this year, we’re uber-excited to see what Zedd brings to the table at Vh1 Supersonic. Check out the song “Beautiful Now” from True Colors below!
Dubvision — 29 December, 5:00-6:00 PM
DubVision is a Dutch duo signed with Spinnin and Axtone Records. Consisting of Victor and Stephan Leicher, the duo have been a force to be reckoned with in the electronic scene in the last couple of years. Listen to their track “Hollow” below.
Axwell — 30 December, 8:30-10:00 PM
Sven Axel Christofer Hedfor, better known by his stage name Axwell, is a Swedish DJ & record producer. With five Grammy nominations and a bright, distinctive sound, he was a third of what used to be Swedish House Mafia, and remains a part of the duo Axwell /\ Ingrosso. His exciting music can be called progressive house, electro house and funky house.
III. SPECTRUM STAGE
Hosted by Awakenings.
Adam Beyer — 27 December, 8:30-10:oo PM
Adam Beyer is a techno/house DJ from Stockholm, Sweden. he’s famous for his remixes and has released four studio albums. Considered a veteran of the electronic, especially techno, scene, we’re stoked for Adam Beyer’s set at Supersonic. Listen to his latest track “Teach Me” below!
Arjun Vagale — 27 December, 4:30-5:30 PM
Arjun Vagale is an electronic music producer/DJ from New Delhi, India. Arjun emerged in the independent music scene in 2011, and was awarded the title “Best Techno DJ/DJ of the Year”. Since then, he has been a prevalent force in the indie electronic music scene. Listen to his track below.
Joris Voorn — 28 December, 8:30-10:00 PM
Joris Voorn is deep house/techno Dj from Amsterdam. Famous for his progressive undertones, Joris has been making music since the late-nineties, and released his first EP Muted Trax in 2002. After his popularity exploded in 2009, Joris Voorn has played at many music festivals. Listen to his track “Ringo” below.
Nic Fanciulli — 28 December, 7:00-8:30 PM
Nic Fanciulli is a DJ, producer and label owner who has remained one of the UK’s finest exports in electronic music throughout the last decade. One of the last DJs to break through to international acclaim on the strength of his DJ’ing alone, Nic has since gone on to establish his own imprint, Saved Records, a label that remains proudly at the forefront of electronic music today. Listen to his music below.
Pearl — 30 December, 6:30-7:30 PM
Pearl emerged in the electronic music scene in the early ’00s. Since then, Pearl has played shows in many countries, including India, and is one of the founders of Submerge, India’s premier electronic music outfit, which serves as a platform for DJs in the country and is also responsible for bringing down some of the world’s finest talents since 2003.
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Luigi Madonna — 30 December, 8:30-10:00 PM
Italian producer/DJ Luigi Madonna emerged in the electronic music scene in 2008, bringing with him a storm of incredible music. From “Submarine”, his first release to Madonna EP , one of his most distinguished works, Luigi has released a ton of great material. We’re looking forward to his set at Supersonic. Listen to some of his music below.
Grum — 30 December, 9:00-10:00 PM
Graeme Shepherd is a Scottish progressive house DJ/producer. Having released his first album Heartbeats in 2010, and the second one Human Touch earlier this year, Grum’s presence in the electronic scene has been palpable in the last couple of years. Listen to his track “U” below.
Vh1 Supersonic commences in Goa on December 27. Get your tickets here!