You don’t have to leave your party clothes at home, you’ve got a second night to paint your face and dance
Flux Pavilion’s polymath-like ability to involve himself in all aspects of music cannot be understated. Known as Joshua Steele to friends and family, Flux is a singer-songwriter, record producer and label owner who plays the drums, guitar, saxophone and piano. His achievements range from releasing his first vinyl at 19 years old to selling out the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado twice, notching up a UK top10 hit with Sway and having Kanye West & Jay Z sample his dance floor anthem ‘I Can’t Stop’in addition to featuring in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJ’s2015.Not bad for a guy who started out replaying jingles he’d heard on TV on his Casio keyboard.
The intervening years have seen Flux notch up three headline US tours, two headline UK tours, DJ sets at every festival worth mentioning—from Glastonbury to Reading, Coachella to EDC Vegas and beyond—plus live performances with Example, Foreign Beggars, and Chiddy Bang. In that time Flux has continued to develop his signature sound, retaining the all-important energy that The Prodigy and Rusko inspired him with in the early days and undoubtedly inspiring a generation of electronic music producers of his own in the process.
Tokyo Machine is a moniker with a unique brand of EDM that combines endearing Japan-infused 8-bit sounds with vicious, heavy basslines. His music has earned him millions of plays, featurings in video games and TV, thousands of die hard fans all over the world and the support from the likes of Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Dillon Francis, Afrojack, Slushii, Herobust and dozens more.
Since his debut show at EDC Las Vegas in 2017, Tokyo Machine has established himself as a chiptune stage-beast, who alongside his little Tokimon friends steals the show on every continent. Join him and the Toki-crew on a journey to make the world a party place!