Amidst the storm of drum, bass, and head-knocking drops this weekend at Nocturnal Wonderland there will be our good old friend, Dirty South. Although you can compare them to a so-called “calm before a storm,” his delicately constructed build-ups and ingeniously simple drops will be thrust into the middle of the madness on the main stage at Nocturnal Wonderland. From his remix of “Coming Home” to his Grammy nominated remix of “Sweet Disposition” with Axwell, his set is sure to be a staple at this years event and you’ll be sorry if you miss it! Just see our recap from Electric Zoo if you need convincing.
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