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    Origin NYE add even more acts to their 2017 line-up


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    With acts like DJ Snake, Baauer, A-Trak and Mura Masa already locked in for 2017, Perth bash Origin NYE is gearing up for their best event ever — and it’s only getting bigger.

    The festival has added five more huge acts to the line-up today, including US rapper and Atrocity Exhibition hitmaker Danny Brown, UK grime act Griggs, Swindail, and Perth’s own Kučka.

    Belgian selector Alix Perez will also be teaming up with London DJ Skeptical for a huge back-to-back set; check out the full updated line-up below.

    Origin NYE takes place at Perth’s Claremont Showgrounds on December 31; tickets are on sale now.

    The post Origin NYE add even more acts to their 2017 line-up appeared first on inthemix.

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