In for the Output

music September 06, 2018 12:35

By The Nation

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Boombox Cartel, Cash Cash, Gud Vibrations, The Him, Kaku, and Ran-D are flying into Thailand this week for the 2018 edition of the Output Festival 2018, which is being held at Bitec on Bangna-Trat Road tomorrow (September 7) from 4pm until late.

Boombox Cartel, one of the most anticipated new duos on the electronic scene with an interesting low-end, genre-blending sound, features Mexican-born producer and DJs Americo Garcia and Jorge Medina, who rose to fame two years ago with their release “B2U”.

Their tracks are played all over the world by the likes of RL Grime, Diplo, Skrillex, DJ Snake and their global tour has included sold out performances in the US, Canada, Australia, and Asia.

Cash Cash, an American electronic trio from New Jersey, features brothers Jean Paul and Alex Makhlouf, and Samuel Frisch. Their highest-charting song to date is “Take Me Home”, which features vocals by Bebe Rexha. As of 2016, the trio has released four full-length albums, an array of EPs, singles, and provided official remixes for acts such as Krewella, Capital Cities, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Showtek, and Icona Pop.

Based on their single “Gud Vibrations”, best friends NGHTMRE and SLANDER decided to build their Gud Vibrations brand together. After two sold-out Palladium shows and a 34-city tour across North America, Gud Vibrations has been growing exponentially and internationally.

The Him is a Dutch DJ duo and electronic music production team consisting of Jeroen Kerstens and Steven Berghuijs, whose offer a crossover between indie, electro, nu disco and pop. Earlier this year, the duo released a remix of the Avicii song, “Without You” which features Sandro Cavazza, and collaborated with Dutch DJ Jay Hardway to release the song “Jigsaw”.

Japanese-born, California-raised, Kaku boasts musical and artistic influences that span the width of the Pacific and two continents. With roots in hip-hop, Kaku began his venture into dance music seven years ago building a reputation as one of the Bay Area’s hottest upcoming DJ and producers.

Dutch DJ and producer Randy “Ran-D” Wieland has been active in hardstyle music since 2002, when he released his first track “D-Pression” on Special Records. 

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