Favorite ThisTop 10 Moonrise Festival 2015 Undercard Artists

Published: July 20, 2015

By: Harry Coomer

Moonrise FestivalThe Moonrise lineup is out of control.
First of all, Steez Promo and Glow DC just don't give a shit about other festivals. I mean, why else would they embarrass every other promoter who attempts to throw a festival with such a disgustingly stacked bill. It's unbelievable. It's actually rude. Rude is what it is.
Over the course of August 7 and 8, the grounds of Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, MD will be filled with the biggest names in electronic music. And yes, you're going to see Bassnectar, you're going to see Big Gigantic, you're going to catch Datsik, ZEDS DEAD, and The Glitch Mob. But you need to pay attention, because even the teeniest, tiniest names on this lineup are headliners at any other festival--we're talking primetime huge acts.
So, we thought it necessary to remind artists about some of the other acts on here. The ones that found their way into the middle tier, or even the fine print, but are nonetheless towering acts who you should run, not walk, to see. Here are your Top 10 Undercard Artists at Moonrise.
If you're feeling lucky, you can enter our ticket giveaway contest for a pair of passes to this blowout event. But if you don't want to count on Lady Lucky shining down upon you, perhaps you'll feel safer opting to just grab your tickets the old fashioned way at moonrisefestival.com. Don't forget to read our exhaustive preview of Moonrise Festival to prepare you for all the shenanigans.
10. Dirtyphonics
Charly and Pitchin are gonna throw it down, and they're gonna throw it down hard. You can always count on these furious Frenchmen to bring the party.

9.  The Floozies
Matt and Mark Hill, as one of the few live acts on the lineup, know they've got a lot of pressure to win over mainstream EDM fans. Don't worry, they got this on lock . They're about to funk up Bmore.
8. Zomboy
Nobody is concerned about Joshua Mellody's ability to entertain the massive bass music community of Baltimore. Ripping through dubstep, drum & bass, and electro, he's got it all under control.


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