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    Beyond Wonderland Stage Spotlight: mau5trap

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    Our interests have certainly been piqued here at DB when we heard the news of the very first mau5trap takeover happening at Beyond Wonderland this year, so we thought it’d be a great idea to share some more details about some of the amazing artists they have set to play on the first night of the festival before the boss’s debut on the second night.


    Feed Me

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    Jon Gooch, better known as Feed Me (or Spor for long time fans) has been making waves with his most recent album High Street Creeps, which released on mau5trap back in January. On top of being an overall legend and creating his own artwork, he’s bringing back the famous TEETH stage on a North American tour this year (as shown in the picture above). Although that stage will not be present at Beyond, this is definitely a set you do not want to miss.

    Feed Me is living proof that electro will never die, and he’s even shown his versatility by throwing in a bit of techno in his sets. Keep your eyes peeled for his set time!


    No Mana

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    If you’re a gamer of sorts, you’ve probably seen this phrase used in your favorite RPG when you try to cast magic. But you may also recognize No Mana as another artist part of the mau5trap crew. His unique style of techno with electro influences, along with a killer aesthetic, have brought this Orange County local up the ranks and solidified him as a must see artist. He’s also currently on tour with Anjunabeats artist Jason Ross before he joins the crew at Beyond.

    Check out his latest release on mau5ville level 3, Quests with Time Limits.


    Jay Robinson

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    Jay Robinson is your favorite DJ’s favorite producer. With support for his music arriving from all corners of the electronic music world, Jay’s unique brand of bass heavy house has seen him play shows in seminal venues such as the Warehouse Project in Manchester, Printworks in London and the critically acclaimed Le Nuits Sonores in Lyon.

    Jay has releases on some of the world’s biggest labels such as Ministry of Sound, Confession and Night Bass – and has recently made his debut on mau5trap with his tune Nineteen81. With multiple USA tours under his belt and a massive slew of gigs across Europe, Jay has taken his inimitable sound to dance floors on a truly global scale.


    Although this may be only a snippet of what’s to come from this stage, be sure to check out the other artists on this fantastic lineup!

    Beyond Wonderland 2019

    We’re only a little over a week away until the madness begins, get your tickets while they’re still available here.

    Source: Daily-Beat

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