Next summer in Malta we’ve invited a number of emerging artists who have made a big impact on the underground music scene over the past 12 months. If you don’t already, get to know our ‘ones to watch’…
Lauren Lo Sung
Lauren Lo Sung has certainly had a breakout year, playing some of the most prolific festivals and clubs across the globe including Parklife Festival, Hï Ibiza, Printworks London, Off Sonar and Club De Visionnaire. Her upcoming release schedule includes an EP on DJ Steaw’s Rutilance Recordings and a VA track on Hector’s Vatos Locos imprint. ‘Tresor’ recently caught the attention of Skream and was listed as one of Mixmag’s ‘Top 30 Tracks Of 2017’!
Irish selector Or:la is one of the few DJs who isn’t afraid to take a serious risk behind the decks. Her selection of deep, percussive and acid house make her sets mysterious and captivating, with gigs spanning from The Warehouse Project to fabric. With releases on Hotflush and her own imprint Deep Sea Frequency, Or:la is certainly going from strength to strength. Check out ‘Kyoto Dance’.
Blessed with an innate energy, if you haven’t seen William Djoko before, he’ll quickly catch your attention. With releases on Seth Troxler’s ‘Tuskegee’ label, as well as Rush Hour, Mobilee, Leftroom and more, Djoko has quickly catapulted to the forefront of the underground music scene. Check out his latest release ‘OMG’.
Alice Moxom aka Moxie has quickly become an integral part of the underground scene, having shared the booth with the likes of Four Tet, Tom Trago and Krystal Klear. Balancing a fine line between mainstream and underground, Moxie blends house, techno, disco and garage which has taken dancefloors by storm. Check out her Boiler Room set below.