With an EP coming out Feburary 10/11 worldwide, Cashmere Cat is scheduled to have quite an impressive festival season this year while touring the globe. Along paramount productions from his last EP, circa 2012 – ‘Mirror Maru’ - Magnus August Høiberg is surely to blow up the ‘Back Alley’ stage at Buku with his smooth bass/R&B tunes.
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Watch the man of the year murder the main stage (aka ‘Power Plant’) with hits off of his highly anticipated album Oxymoron, hitting the stands February 25th, and more. Wait no longer and see Q blaze the stage at Buku.
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Along a stacked festival season schedule, ranging from a slot at Counterpoint Music Festival in Atlanta to JMBLYA in Texas, GRiZ will be sax-ing up the ‘Float Den.’ There will be rave warehouse vibes galore where all of your electronic music desires will be fulfilled alongside the likes of Clockwork, DJ Snake and headliner Kaskade.
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As of now you are probably confused seeing Schoolboy Q on the same line-up as Mr. Seth Troxler, but YES this is very much so happening. Like other major festivals, Buku harbors all kinds of artists with ranging talents. Catch a trippy Troxler tech-house set as he headlines the ‘Back Alley.’
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Olly Jones aka Skream will play host to Troxler in the ‘Back Alley’ of Buku. You definitely won’t want to miss the Brit’s house/disco friendly set, especially if it’s going to be anything like his boiler room mix that went down earlier this year.
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A rapper going off on everyone’s radar, Danny Brown is sure to put the ‘Ballroom’ in a kush coma with bangers off his recent release, Old. While he may be sharing the stage aside other fellow rappers - Chance the Rapper and Pusha T- Brown always delivers.
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Baauer b2b RL Grime
Bass besties Baauer and RL Grime are set to run the trap in the ‘Float Den’ this year at Buku. Where the warehouse is ‘adorned with in-your-face production’ the crowd can only expect the best from their b2b performance.
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Calling all sexy socialites, disco duo Chromeo will make you come alive at the ‘Power Plant’ alongside fellow dance music superstars Zedd and headliner David Guetta. The fancy footwork dudes not only have these sexy singles on their hands but are bearing a new album titled White Women soon as well. We’ll advise you to keep an eye on your girl in advance too - you’ve been warned.
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Another ‘Power Plant’ player is none other than the OG, Nas. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Illmatic, he’ll be presenting a memorable performance and maybe (hopefully) drop some gems off of 'Illmatic XX?' You’ll just have to wait and see.
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Vocalist Vixen, Ellie Goulding will be setting the ‘Power Plant’ on fire with her electric sound as well. With plenty of upcoming tour dates this year, Goulding is a staple act you won’t want to miss at the fest. Listen to her most recent release, a James Blake cover featuring dope diva Angel Haze called ‘Life Round Here’ as well. Get it girl.
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