10 Artists to Catch at Skyline Orlando
From the minds of Factory 93 and Day Trip comes Skyline Music Festival Orlando on May 27-28. The two-day festival is dedicated to showcasing some of the best acts in house and techno. The first edition took place at The Vanguard, this year’s event will be held at the Orlando Amphitheatre at the Central Florida Fairgrounds for a supersized edition.
More than 30 legendary house and techno tastemakers will light up the dance floor this spring in Orlando. The two-day festival brings something new and innovative to central Florida with a perfectly crafted house and techno-focused lineup. It's the ideal pick of well-known artists and newbies you'll enjoy. Here are some of the artists on the stacked lineup that you won't want to miss at Skyline Orlando.
WhoMadeWho has established themselves as one of the definitive underground bands of their generation. Tomas Barfod, Tomas Høffding, and Jeppe Kjellberg have lived their 20-year history as a band but often play DJ sets for a daring combination of disciplines. One member handles programming and mixing while the other two band members sing and play a range of live instruments, including bass, guitar, synths, effects, theremin, glockenspiel, and more. Pouring enigmatic energy and positive dance floor vibrations into their current exploration of electronic music, one can only imagine what to expect on stage in Orlando.
As one of the most acclaimed production talents on the scene, Adam Beyer continues to pull on the heartstrings of modern techno. The Stockholm-based heavyweight has seen his functional and focused take on the techno sound become one of the genre’s most sought-after and respected sounds. He will be leaving it all on the dance floor.
The Vancouver-bred duo of Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance will be bringing the crowd to life with a heavily anticipated club set lined with a moody smolder and a dash of dancefloor ambience to appeal to festival-goers.
It's no doubt that Brazilian-born, Barcelona-based ANNA is in high global demand. ANNA has created success out of producing mind-bending originals for well-respected labels, remixing top-flight acts, and moving dancefloors the world over. We are quite eager to see what she brings to the Skyline Orlando stage.
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Serge Devant and Amémé are a dynamic pairing, creating a cross-continental blend of smooth layered vocals, slinky rhythms, and waving synths. Last year they brought their uniquely crafted vibes to Paradise in the Park for Jamie Jones in LA, and it was simply breathtaking. You will not want to miss this dynamic duo's unapologetically emotive deep sounds.
Green Velvet needs no introduction. The fan-favorite producer and DJ has been slaying dancefloors for decades with a sound that infuses the classic spirit of Chicago, a trademark wonk, and tongue-in-cheek vocals that never cease to get the dancefloor moving. With his seemingly endless musical output, the eccentric, green Mohawk-wearing trailblazer will be sending shock waves at Skyline Orlando this year.
In just two short years, LA-based producer HoneyLuv has made a name for herself in dance music with a series of high profile radio and livestream residencies, incredible releases on labels like Popgang and Insomniac, and a seemingly endless array of festival and club bookings. She’s got upcoming releases on Chris Lake’s Black Book and hinted to Gray Area that a possible collab with the legendary MK was on the way. HoneyLuv knows how to move your mind, body, and soul by delivering tracks that stand out from the norm, and we’re stoked to see what she brings to her performance at the Orlando Amphitheatre.
Known for his pounding techno beats and a one-of-a-kind beard, Will Clarke has cemented his place in dance music. He has captivated audiences across the globe with his effortless performance style and flawless live sets, which is nothing short of what we expect at this year’s edition of Skyline Music Festival.
Grammy-nominated musician and producer ZHU brings pure rave energy, easily overtaking a crowd with grimy techno and sweaty house tracks. With the reputation of giving refreshing acts and a unifying vision of a party with enough energy to take over the whole world, the mysterious producer is not one to miss.
Los Angeles-based DJ and producer J. Worra is best known for her creativity as a producer and skills behind the decks. She brings an undeniable swagger and technical prowess to the underground dance music scene. This can only mean she'll be bringing down the house in Orlando.