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- Electronic producer and industry tastemaker Skrillex has become an international phenomenon with his signature combination of original dubstep, electro and glitch, which has seen him become a real game-changing artist.

- His re-inventing and re-imagining of electronic music has won him a total of six Grammy Awards including Best Dance/Electronic Album (2011 and 2012) and was named MTV’s 2011 Electronic Dance Music Artist of the Year.

- Beachlife will be his only Sydney show this time around.

- Jack Beats , aka Plus One (Scratch Perverts) and Beni G (Mixologists), are bringing their epic remixes, genre-bending original tracks of killer dubstep, electro, house set to Beachlife.

- Known for their transcendent remixes of huge acts like Florence and the Machine and Passion Pit the hot duo have dropped some huge original tracks including the feet infecting party track ‘All Night’ and the delightfully moody ‘End of Love’.

- Sydney duo What So Not (one half Flume; one half DJ Emoh Instead) have been DJing & producing remixes for quite some time now under the name What So Not.

-Their 2011 debut 4 track EP '7 Dollar Bill' caused quite a stir with countless DJs on board for this new sound. 2012 saw an onslaught of epic remixes from the pair, most notably their mix of Major Lazer's 'Get Free'.

- Their single The Quack' was recently released internationally via fellow Beachlife artist Skrillex's label OWSLA.

- American electronic producer Alvin Risk joins the party, bringhing his style of moombahton, electro house, dubstep, drum and bass to Beachlife.

Tokimonsta is LA-based artist and producer Jennifer Lee. She alchemically mingles ethereal electronic moods, while adding R&B flavor and the right amount of hip-hop bounce. You won’t want to miss this lady when she hits Beachlife.

- Rap royalty Wiz Khalifa is coming to Australia for THE FIRST TIME, bringing his signature style to the Gold Coast.

- Khalifa released his first mixtape in 2005, and soon followed with LP ‘Show and Prove’ which OKplay.com claimed as “arguably the best album of the year”. He soon dropped three of his highly acclaimed mixtapes – “Flight School,” “How Fly,” and “Burn After Rolling.” Album “Deal Or No Deal” followed and debuted at the top of the iTunes “Hip-Hop” chart, and has remained in the top 50 to date.

- A street kid from Harlem, you can expect brilliant lyrics and flow from 2013’s biggest revelation in hip hop, A$AP Rocky.

- His debut LP ‘Long. Live. ASAP’, with the lead single “Goldie” debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and sold over 100K copies in the United States within the first week of release.

- The name comes from ASAP Mob Crew (NYC-based group of rappers, producers, music video directors, and fashion designers who shared similar interests), whom he has had an ongoing association with for years.

- The ASAP stands for “Always Strive and Prosper” and that motto, energy and presence is assured to be delivered on stage at Field Day 2014.

- That little devil on your shoulder is telling you not to miss brilliant hip-hoppers Hermitude at Beachlife.

- Hermitude’s critically acclaimed 4th album HyperParadise featured the massive hit single “Speak Of The Devil” and won the Australian Music Prize, who described it as “a beautifully inventive record of future beats and electronica… it’s the passion and love they have for instrumental music that makes them so special.”

- Embrace the best in Australian hip hop and dance to the soundtrack of Hermitude.

- Regan 'Ta-Ku' Matthews cultivates a unique sound that has already resonated to all corners of the globe.

- As an astute observer of the melodic elements of soul music and the percussive elements of hip-hop, Ta-Ku's rep has grown astronomically this past year.

- He takes influence from pioneering beatsmiths such as J Dilla, 9th Wonder and DJ Premier, and recently released a beautiful album ‘Songs to Break Up To’.

- Flume's first smash hit remix was of Ta-Ku's "Higher"

- Catch his new tunes at Beachlife.