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  • Snare
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
20 Years Of Black Sun Empire ‘Past - Present - Future’
  • Saturday

20 Years Of Black Sun Empire ‘Past - Present - Future’

What remains a constant in 20 years of Black Sun Empire is the joy, the energy and the innovative sounds in their music. Ever since Voltage/Skin Deep in 1999, the Dutch collective kept innovating. Their drum & bass is 20 years ahead of us, be prepared to stand in awe the coming years.

Alix Perez & Skeptical
  • Friday

Alix Perez & Skeptical

Our Belgian friend Alix Depauw has been releasing massive drum & bass since 2009. As Alix Perez his debut ‘1984’ is renowned by whoever dares to claim good taste. On his imprint label 1985 Music he released tracks of the famous British legend Skeptical. These are partners in drum & bass-crime for years. Beware if you see them together. They demolish sub woofers.

Bare Up
  • Friday

Bare Up

Daniel Harwood has made all kinds of music. But the source of energy and joy he keeps returning to is drum & bass. As Bare Up he has a vibe that was picked up by Murdock who signed him to Rampage/Radar Records. An impressive drum & bass career is about to begin.

Bukez Finezt b2b Shiverz b2b Obey
  • Sunday

Bukez Finezt b2b Shiverz b2b Obey

People who attended the Bukez Finest b2b Shiverz set at Rampage a few years ago are still recovering from an epic evening. This is dubstep, trap and bass at its finest, fiercest and maddest. Add Dutch prodigy Obey in the equation and even we don’t know how this will end and if this will end.

Caspa
  • Friday

Caspa

Do not wait for the drop, wait for the slam dunk. Former basketball player and now dubstep’s mvp Caspa keeps on pounding the beats. Stay close to a shower because the British mastermind delivers the dirtiest bass you can find.

Delta Heavy
  • Saturday

Delta Heavy

Forget caffeine, sugar or any other stimulating stuff. If you really want something to get you up and going you just have to listen to the relentless tunes of Delta Heavy. The English duo give you an enormous boost with dubstep and drum & bass. The best smack in the face you can get.

Dom Dolla
  • Sunday

Dom Dolla

If you have the feeling some invisible force is poking you, it might be the music by Dom Dolla. The sounds forces you to a dance floor and start moving. Australia’s finest behind the decks and the mixing desk keeps on building on the famous fundament of house music.

Edlan & Satl
  • Friday

Edlan & Satl

Dutch Edlan and Polish Satl are both liquid funk ambassadors. These drum & bass youngsters play the big liquid festivals, release on various labels and are a great team to give you the best tunes. Get your legs liquid on the dancefloor.

GRiZ
  • Friday

GRiZ

The man who combines his sax playing with his productions is bringing sax back in dance music. His songs are filled with funk and soul. GriZ gives you the feeling a huge orchestra is heating the place up. Electronic funk at another level.

High Contrast DJ set
  • Friday

High Contrast DJ set

It’s hard, almost impossible, to think of something High Contrast hasn’t done. The experienced Welsh drum & bass producer and dj has played at every festival, event and club. And yet everytime he performs with the energy and joy as if he is in his early twenties.

Lexurus b2b Sektor & Subsequent
  • Sunday

Lexurus b2b Sektor & Subsequent

The name Lexurus is better known since his appearance at Liquicity and his powerful sets filled with drum & bass, trap and future bass. The Dutch talent will do a b2b with the men behind the Spektrum XL Parties in Haarlem: Spektor & Subsequent. Expect a crazy, liquid time with three of the Dutch finest DJ’s in the genre.

Macky Gee
  • Saturday

Macky Gee

He delivers his blows on bassdrum, kick and snare, just like his tunes pound your eardrums. The British producer and DJ is one of the six stars behind superstar drum & bass team SaSaSaS. On his own Macky Gee opens up a whole new d&b-dimension.

Maduk
  • Friday

Maduk

He is the head of liquity in drum & bass. Amsterdam based Maduk released his debut through Hospital Records and returned later to home base Liquicity. His music is melodic and heavy. Maduk is the drill instructor on the dance floor.

Matrix & Futurebound
  • Friday

Matrix & Futurebound

The older drum & bass fans know Matrix from his work in the 90’s. After teaming up with Futurebound the English duo reached a whole new audience with songs like Control and All I Know. Drum & Bass then and now, some talent is timeless.

Modestep DJ set
  • Sunday

Modestep DJ set

These mighty British dance heroes are friends of the festival. Powerfull drum ‘n bass beats are pushed through the speakers, making it impossible to stand still. We’ve seen it before and we will see it again, Modestep will move the masses.

Murdock
  • Saturday

Murdock

Mr. Rampage, Mr. D&B and Mr. Living Legend. Murdock has been on the forefront of drum & bass since the early years. He is the man behind the Rampage festival, helped Netsky become a superstar and as a musician he has never been bothered by apparent boundaries in style. For Murdock there is drum and bass and beyond.

NGHTMRE
  • Sunday

NGHTMRE

If you are looking for excellent trap, you better watch out for your best NGHTMRE. The American is one of the important stars of Diplo’s Mad Decent label. Just this year he released tracks with Lil’ Jon, A$AP Ferg and Shaquile O’Neal! Flux Pavilion, Zeds Dead and The Chainsmokers all came to him to up their game. Enter the mad trap world of NGHTMRE.

Radar Records Soundsystem (Andromedik + D-Nasty + Doctrine)
  • Saturday

Radar Records Soundsystem (Andromedik + D-Nasty + Doctrine)

There is a radar located somewhere in Belgium and all they track is the best drum & bass they can find. And this label finds a lot. They come to We Are Electric with three of their finest producers: Andromedik, D-Nasty and Doctrine. Let the drum work and the bass drop Radar Records-style!

Pendulum DJ set
  • Friday

Pendulum DJ set

Wilkinson b2b Sub Focus
  • Saturday

Wilkinson b2b Sub Focus

When Ram Records label mates Wilkinson and Sub Focus had a long flight ahead, they decided to spend their time in the air to good use. The result is called Take It Up. A drum & bass track so full of energy it needed the video of a base jumper for the visual equivalent. When these two team up, energy reaches new levels.

Upgrade b2b DJ Limited
  • Sunday

Upgrade b2b DJ Limited

So dirty, so heavy and so fast. Combine the tracks of Upgrade with those of DJ Limited and you have the finest, most characteristic British dubstep and drum & bass. They don’t stop till you get enough, they just keep going.

T & Sugah b2b NCT b2b Zazu
  • Sunday

T & Sugah b2b NCT b2b Zazu

We have Holland’s finest in one big Rampage package. This is drum & bass at its best. Which means you get drum & bass in all sizes and shapes. These guys know it all, have it all and play it all. Crowded behind the decks? Just listen what they have in store for you and it will be very crowded on the dancefloor.

Snails
  • Saturday

Snails

Time to leave your shells and witness the dubstep of Snails. At first you might want to hide but once you are exposed to this hard hitting but excellent bass there is nothing else you want more than this ground-breaking bass.

Metrik
  • Sunday

Metrik

The renowned and experienced British legend worked with the biggest names in the scene. Committed to Hospital Records and the BBC Metrik brings the drum & bass to the biggest audiences. With remixes, albums, singles and best of all, his massive DJ-sets.

Lifecycle & Nicon
  • Friday

Lifecycle & Nicon

We’ve seen the light, the White Light to be specific. Ever since Lifecycle & Nicon released this bass banger they are megadots on our radar. The two Dutch bass bosses, regulars at Rotterdam’s Subway and Wildstyle, are on the forefront of Dutch drum & bass. Together even better.

Killbox
  • Sunday

Killbox

They tore the house down during last year’s Rampage. Ed Rush and Audio, together they are Killbox. It’s hard to find more experienced drum & bass DJ’s and producers. This is the set where all young DJ’s come and see how the masters work their magic.

Jaguar Skills & Raiser
  • Saturday

Jaguar Skills & Raiser

No that is not a lunatic with a ninja mask that stormed the stage, it’s the mysterious Jaguar Skills. No one knows who he is, all we know is that during his sets the crowd is going crazy. To add some more mystery, he teams up with the enigma from Ram Records: Raiser. Expect to go out of your mind with drum & bass and blistering bass.

Franky Nuts
  • Saturday

Franky Nuts

He is a heavyweight in the Dutch dubstep and drum & bass scene. With the flip of the switch Franky sends the biggest bangers towards a dancefloor that wants to become part of the family Nuts. Pure energy and seductive melodies are his trademarks.

Break & Total Science
  • Saturday

Break & Total Science

These guys have the scientific knowledge to break stuff. The drum & bass wizards stunned the audience with their collaborations on Betamax and Big Time Winners. The last title explains exactly what and who they are. Put them back2back and magic will appear.

Rampage

  • Snare
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Rampage

Who you gonna call if you want drum ‘n bass? Rampage of course. They always deliver what their name predicts. For three days they have their own stage at We Are Electric Weekender 2019. And every day they break the place down with the biggest names in the scene. And when we say big, we mean drum ‘n bass veterans and the biggest dubstep names, worldwide! Stay tuned for more details.

  • Pulse
  • Sunday
Dom Dolla
  • Sunday

Dom Dolla

If you have the feeling some invisible force is poking you, it might be the music by Dom Dolla. The sounds forces you to a dance floor and start moving. Australia’s finest behind the decks and the mixing desk keeps on building on the famous fundament of house music.

Calvin Logue
  • Sunday

Calvin Logue

Be careful when you listen to Calvin Logue. He lures you deep into his technoworld and once you are in you don’t want to leave. Once the Scottish talent has got you hooked time and place are forgotten. He is mesmerizing.

Sam Feldt
  • Sunday

Sam Feldt

He is mister feel-good. Give him control of the speakers and he makes everyone smile. Listen to his Show Me Love remix, to Summer On You or Runaways and you get the (sunny) picture. The sound of a summer that never ends.

Mike Mago
  • Sunday

Mike Mago

Blink your eyes and Dutch producer/DJ Mike Mago released a song, thought of something new or just turned a club upside down. The boy wonder in house and electro is constantly evolving, moves faster than his shadow and the moment you think he has reached a new high in his party skills he moves it up a notch.

Disciples
  • Sunday

Disciples

We all know what Disciples do, they bring the dance gospel. And people only believe you if you deliver the Message in a heavenly way. How Deep Is Your Love, Disciples asked together with Calvin Harris. Look at the reactions to the track and you know the answer. Disciples deepened and broadened the love for house music. True evangelists.

David Tort
  • Sunday

David Tort

With his tasteful house tapas David Tort is the ultimate club DJ. Try and find a club he hasn’t played. The Spanish dance phenomenon belongs to a summer party like sun and sand. Listen to Tort for your dose vitamin Dance.

Spinnin Sessions

  • Pulse
  • Sunday
Spinnin Sessions

You may not be aware that your (virtual) record collection is filled with Spinnin Records. The Dutch label is the biggest dance label in the world with Afrojack, Sander van Doorn and Nicky Romero on its impressive roster. It is a hosting that can’t miss at WAE. Spinnin Sessions will host the Pulse at Sunday.

  • Pulse
  • Friday
Elderbrook
  • Friday

Elderbrook

Frivolous, light and tender. That is how the dance music of Elderbrooks sounds. When you can do anything, like this singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist can, it will always be a surprise what is coming. The British mastermind has a preference for cheerful, light house. With an irresistible swing and an urge to enter the dancefloor.

Brohug
  • Friday

Brohug

Dirty, rotten bass. Swedish trio Brohug make Brohouse where the dirt is dripping of the bass. They have only one goal and that is to make you go completely bonkers. Without you even knowing how they did it. Listen to Brohug for a while and you will go crazy.

Holl & Rush
  • Friday

Holl & Rush

The progressive and electro house by Holl & Rush is famous in the Dutch scene. Applauded, picked up and played by great names like Fedde Le Grand, Hardwell, Tiesto, Afrojack and many more gave Holl & Rush well-earned attention. To see them do it themselves is even better. Two guys, great dance and ultra-charisma.

Steff Da Campo
  • Friday

Steff Da Campo

​The way Steff da Campo makes you feel is amazing. The up and coming Dutch DJ and producer combines house, electro house and groovy bass house. Every show by Da Campo is a house party, just like the title of his massive hit. And there is never a lack of massive hits in his impressive sets.

MOTi
  • Friday

MOTi

Timo Romme worked together with the biggest names in the scene. Tiësto, Major Lazer and Martin Garrix. Nowadays MOTi is a big name himself. His tracks, his remixes and his famous sets gave him a well-earned fame. His combination of house and EDM is irresistible.

Moksi
  • Friday

Moksi

Think of Moksi and you’ll see a duo in matching old school hiphop outfit, making the best tunes combining hiphop, bass, UK Garage, deep house and EDM. Festivals and crowds are getting bigger. Like a massive ship they are gaining speed and can’t be stopped.

Future House Music

  • Pulse
  • Friday
Future House Music

Get a glimpse of the future of dance with the artists of Future House Music. Combining deep house, UK Garage and EDM into future house the Future House Music roster has his own impressive sound. Check the music of the future. The Pulse is hosting by Future House Music at Friday.

  • Pulse
  • Saturday
Mirella Kroes
  • Saturday

Mirella Kroes

You can find her digging for the deeper techno and hypnotic electronic music at Awakenings, Red Light Radio and all other kind of venues, festivals or radio stations. Mirella Kroes has been working her way up independently and steady in the techno scene. Pure class, hard work and a touch of magic.

Tijana T
  • Saturday

Tijana T

She is the famous woman of dance in Belgrade, Serbia. Once the face of the Exit Festival and after that welcomed in the clubs in Berlin, Ibiza and elsewhere. House, techno and electro come together in her sets. The red fury behind the desks.

Len Faki
  • Saturday

Len Faki

He is one of the biggest names of the Berlin sound. Len Faki can make his techno as dry as a great Martini. It’s a secret you never figure out. Better to indulge yourself in his mastermind dance sounds. The Berghain wizard is one of the greatest. You just have to surrender to his magic.

De Sluwe Vos LIVE
  • Saturday

De Sluwe Vos LIVE

The pride of Dutch dance. With his uncompromising tracks De Sluwe Vos blends house, techno, electro and experimental sounds. Combining analogue and digital. Constantly innovating and always putting a smile upon your face.

Colin Benders
  • Saturday

Colin Benders

With his analogue monster-synthesizer Colin Benders builds up his unique tracks. The super gifted Dutch musician shows you how to begin a song and then stuns how he varies the sounds and twists everything around. Analogue dance in action.

Bicep Dj Set
  • Saturday

Bicep Dj Set

Yeah we feel that Bicep. Big and firm. Just like the music of the guys. These obsessive British record collectors seem to know all music and combine house, techno, electro and italo in that particular Ninja Tune kind of way. Flex your muscles and prepare yourself for Bicep.

HYTE

  • Pulse
  • Saturday
HYTE

It is the Hyte hype. The excitement you feel when you hear the music coming from the impressive, global event organization for underground electronic music. They bring the best of the best to We Are Electric. HYTE will hosting the Pulse at Saturday.

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Smèrrig

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Smèrrig

It doesn’t get any dirtier then SMÈRRIG.

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Disco Snolly

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Disco Snolly
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Herrie Met Gerrie

  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Herrie Met Gerrie

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