Get To Know Every Single Artist on Shambhala’s 2017 Lineup

Pedestrian

Pedestrian

A notorious sound wanderer, sonic sculptor and dance floor master. Pedestrian’s intricate, crystallized production alongside his instinct for DJ sets that can captivate any club.

Pendulum (DJ Set)

Pendulum DJ Set

Hailing from Perth, Australia, Pendulum holds formative roots ranging from drum and bass, break beat, even hardcore metal and punk. Their comparative talents proved unstoppable, and they single-handedly conquered the world of drum and bass. DJ El Hornet & MC Verse spread the word of Pendulum with their DJ Sets throughout the world, appearing at a myriad of international clubs and festivals worldwide.

Perkulat0r

Perkulat0r

Perkulat0r had his first big break when he won Minnesota’s Stardust remix contest in 2013 which gave him an official spot on the Eternal Frequencies: Equinox Remix EP, and has had over 80,000 listens on Minnesota’s Soundcloud. The following year, he released his debut album Transcension to great critical acclaim. Perkulat0r has received plaudits from many big names in the industry including Liquid Stranger. Late last year he was on the road alongside Liquid Stranger as a supporting DJ for his Weird and Wonderful tour.

Phaeleh

Phaeleh

Since his debut release in 2008, Phaeleh aka Matt Preston has developed an inimitable style of cinematic electronic music, which floats between the shifting tempos and timbres of dubstep, garage, electronica and house music. Phaeleh’s last three epic releases have cemented his position as one of the most exciting and consistent producers to emerge from his current hometown, Bristol.

Pigeon Hole

Pigeon Hole

The producer duo, Pigeon Hole, form their own hip-hop blended with bass music. Calling Victoria, BC, their home, their unique sound is heavily influenced by West Coast rap, trap and dancehall and even pulls elements from bass house and booty breaks. The result has Pigeon Hole lighting up crowds with a high energy live show, juggling both DJ & MC duties on stage.

After winning the 2014 WCMA award for ‘Electronic Recording of the Year’, the group have been dropping a consistent wave of quality music including releases on Saturate Records, Sleeveless, and Urbnet. Now, on the rise, Pigeon Hole are playing clubs all over North America and festivals like Shambhala, SXSW, Astral Harvest, Rifflandia, Emissions, Tall Tree, Serenity and more.

Pomo

Pomo

Based out of Vancouver, BC, Pomo is a multitalented producer who makes electronic music influenced by hip-hop, house and the 70’s and 80’s eras of funk music. After he made a move from Vancouver to Montreal to join the likes of Kaytranada, Ta-ku, and STWO on the roster for HW&W, it was there he made his lucky break, garnering millions of plays online with his versatile productions and a large amount of remixes for the industry’s biggest names.

Because of that, he started gaining recognition for his productions from music publications like BBC Radio1, Vice’s THUMP, Earmilk and many more. Pomo has produced tracks for the likes of Mac Miller and Anderson and when he inevitably brought his live show to the road travelling alongside Disclosure. His debut EP, The Other Day won a Juno Award for 2016 Electronic Album of the Year.

Proko

Proko

Proko is very much an up and coming artist, with only approximately 7,000 followers. His mixtape Abduction features unreleased collaborations with artists like Bassnectar, Yheti, G Jones and Liquid Stranger, to name a few as well as 12 of his own tracks. With all of these big names giving him the thumbs up as well as his unrivaled production skills, it’s no wonder that we’re seeing his name pop up at many places in the globe.

PRSN

PRSN

A person is a being, such as a human, that has certain capacities or attributes constituting personhood. PRSN is a play on such things, framing a personal identity and distinction to the musical moniker. PRSN’s selections illustrate a connection between a wide variety of bass heavy rhythmic patterns, generally rooted in hip hop and dancehall. Back home in Portland, OR; he and Barisone collaborate on a monthly event dubbed Wake The Town, where they bring through their favorite artists from around the globe to celebrate hard hitting bass music and island sounds.

Random Rab

Random Rab

Rab Clinton is a multi-talented individual who understands most, if not all musical styles due to his background. His musical experience ranges from being the front man of a heavy metal band to playing bass in a country music band. With performances all over the globe, Rab has found himself a legion of dedicated fans. This success could be attributed to his highly successful breakout album The Elucidation of Sorrow, which had big names recognizing him as an unrecognizable force in the electronic music scene.

He is commonly referred to as ‘the master of emotion’, as his music is timeless.As a multi-instrumentalist and singer, his tracks are organic, uplifting and stand on their own as a distinct genre. Listeners of all types of music can find something they can relate to in his sound.

Rezz

Rezz

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REZZ is a DJ and producer based out of Niagra Falls, Canada. At a young age, her music has caught the attention of industry heavyweights Deadmau5 and Skrillex. After joining the roster at AM Only, REZZ has secured herself a spot on major festivals including Tomorrowland, HARD Day of the Dead, Something Wicked, Sunset Music Festival, Ever After, Mysteryland, and HolyShip! among others.

Her sound is as unique as her live show experience, where she is gaining a cult like following with every passing show. Having already garnered so much attention so quickly, the stage is set for REZZ to explode around the world. Her latest track, Fourth Impact, was a long-awaited collaboration with K?D. You can hear both their musical styles in this track, with the eerie intro and gurgling basslines that follow.

Rich-E-Rich

Rich-E-Rich

Rich-E-Rich is best known as the Stage Director and creator of the Fractal Forest stage at Shambhala Music Festival, as well as being involved in SMF since it’s inception. Although he has been unofficially retired as a gigging DJ since 2011, he remains as the closing act for Shambhala Music Festival and the Fractal Forest Stage. His Monday morning closing set is one not to be missed and has garnered much fan fare with his eclectic old vs new school selections. He usually plays between four to six hours and is renowned for closing the festival properly. Expect a colossal blend of house, breaks, garage, hip-hop, electronica and rock.

Rob Garza

Rob Garza

Rob Garza has received many plaudits during his decades-long career, and he is known as one of the pioneers of electronic music. Originally hailing for Washington, DC, Garza’s musical catalog includes flavors from many genres. His diverse catalog includes the international flavors of dub, trip-hop, reggae. Having since re-located to San Francisco, he’s gone to the far corners of the globe showcasing the best of nu-disco and deep house. Rob Garza also runs his own label Magnetic Moon. His debut EP Palace of Mirrors was the first release on Magnetic Moon.

rrotik

rrotik

In his first year in the scene, rrotik has already become well-known in the scene for his signature sound and breathtaking live show. His career started when he was touring as one half of duo Dirtycloud. After he struck out on his own, he has been getting support from a wide variety of artists. rrotik’s talent caught the eye of big-name labels like MTA and This Ain’t Bristol. He made releases on those labels and also did official remixes for Chris Lake, Airwold, Treasure Fingers, Fono, Pablo Nouvelle and Feder.

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