In last week’s first installment of “The Midwesterner’s Guide to Music Festivals Pt. 1“, staff writer Wes Ogden broke down a couple of festivals in our own backyard. If that didn’t get you stoked for summer music, then please check your pulse. This week, we have the next link in our chain of regional-ish festies. So fill out those PTO requests, pack up those wet-wipes, and call the dog sitter, because it’s the “Midwesterner’s Guide to Music Festivals: Pt. 2:On The Front Porch ”

With this selection, the focus is shifting from campgrounds and green hill tops to bustling urban landscapes. Can’t you just imagine trekking down the sidewalk heading to the next stage to see a new performer you’ve heard your friends brag about? Or maybe you picture yourself snagging an icy brew and then waltzing past Lake Michigan while listening to your favorite band? Whatever your pleasure may be, this list will educate you on a few urban Midwestern festivals.

1.) Forecastle

Forecastle Waterfront

Forecastle Waterfront

When: July 18-20th

Where: Louisville, Kentucky

Cost: $184.50 GA (Tier 4) VIP available with an upcharge

*No lodging provided in ticket fee, all lodging accommodations must be purchased separately*

Style: Indie-Rock, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Folk


Extra Attractions

Bourbon Lodge, where you can get your drank on, but you must purchase drink vouchers. Be sure to check out Kentucky Landing, which will host lots of locally sourced craft brews. Late night shows, which cost extra, too. There’s also plenty of activism afoot.

Things to Know

This is a non-camping festival, so make hotel reservations nearby and prepare to travel accordingly to and from the festival grounds. There is a KOA, so if you really want to camp somewhere, there’s your option. Be sure to check out the special rates on hotels through the Forecastle site. Leave all your own food and booze at the hotel.

Founded in 2002 by a Louisville native, this will be Forecastle’s 12th year running. Louisville is famously located on the Ohio River, and this festival fully embraces this fact. The maritime theme is all over this place. For example, did you know a forecastle is actually “a superstructure at the bow of a ship where the crew is housed”? Essentially, this is where the crew would go and party after a hard day’s work at sea. It all makes sense now…

Wow. Forecastle Festival has got it goin’ on this year. Aside from the hefty lineup through all tiers, the headliners are hands down phenomenal. Jack White, Beck, and the crème-de-le-crème Outkast should be enough to tug anyone here.

For all you Midwestern folks, don’t sleep on this festival. The tunes, the bourbon, the atomophere, and the attractions won’t be something to miss out on, so dust off your knock-off Ray-Bans. Make your KOA reservation, and get excited for Forecastle!



Jack White


The Replacements

More Awesomeness:

Ray LaMontagne

Band of Horses


Local Natives

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings

Gary Clark Jr.


Sun Kil Moon

Trampled By Turtles


Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks

 2.) Pitchfork

Pitchfork 2014

Pitchfork 2014

When: July 18-20th

Where: Chicago, Il in Union Park

Cost: $120 GA (sold out) day passes $60/day

Style: Indie-Rock, Hip-Hop

*No lodging provided*


Extra Attractions

Save up those pennies for Chirp Record Fair, where you can buy direct from independent record labels, Flatstock, an awesome print art sale, and Coterie Craft Fair, which hosts a plethora of handmade creations.

Things to Know

This is a non-camping festival, so make hotel reservations nearby and prepare to travel accordingly to and from the festival grounds. However, this is Chicago, so mass transit is readily available. No outside food or booze allowed, so plan ahead, folks!

Since 2006 Pitchfork Festival has been inundating eardrums to independent music from all over the sound spectrum. Located in downtown Chicago, Pitchfork offers not only top notch music, but also the opportunity to explore the Midwest’s largest city. Wanna hit the bars after a long day rocking out in the sun? Do it! The world is your oyster. Unfortunately, this festival shares the same dates as the aforementioned Forecastle festival, so start drafting up those pro-con charts and make your choice.

In 2014 Pitchfork has definitely accrued a deeply satisfying lineup. Neutral Milk Hotel, a band dormant for the past 16 years, has graced this year’s headlining tier, alongside the enigmatic Beck. For Hip-Hop heads, there’s the wonder rapper Kendrick Lamar, and Detroit bad boy Danny Brown holding things down. This lineup is stacked from top to bottom. Seriously, if you’re a fan of independent music, there’s no way to be disappointed.

Pitchfork Music Festival 2013 - Day 1



Kendrick Lamar

Neutral Milk Hotel

More Awesomeness:

St. Vincent

Danny Brown

Real Estate

Sun Kil Moon

Shool Boy Q

Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks

Cloud Nothings

Earl Sweatshirt


3.) Lollalapooza

Lollapalooza Crowd

Lollapalooza Crowd

When: August 1-3

Where: Chicago, IL Grant Park

Cost: Platinum Pass $3,600, Weekend GA (sold out), VIP (sold out), Single Day Passes (sold out)

*Lodging not provided*

Style: Multi-genre Radio-friendly: Hip-Hop, Dubstep, Alternative


Extra Attractions

There is a Farmer’s Market, along with other dining options present. Check out Kidzapalooza for kid friendly musical choices.

Things to know

Lollapalooza sold out, like, in the first minute, so if you want tickets you should start sleuthing. Unless you want to spend $3,600 on the Platinum Passes, which are readily available on the festival’s site. Outside booze and food are prohibited from outside sources. Plan to take mass transit or bike to and from Grant Park, because Chicago traffic ain’t no fun.

lollapalooza2Since its genesis in 1991, Lollapalooza has been one of the country’s most famed festivals. Synonymous with the likes of Bonnaroo and Coachella, Lollapalooza famously sells out in a matter of minutes these days. This urban festival hosts widely popular music, which makes it universally appealing for those who simply just want to get down. Here you are just as likely to see hoopers are you are hipsters.

Located in Grant Park, Lollapalooza offers a tremendous view of Lake Michigan. Also, after the festival has closed down for the night, there’s the option to go bar-hopping or whatever you like to do in the Windy City. As with all the previously mentioned festies, there’s no lodging provided at the grounds, so it is up to the Lollapaloozers themselves to arrange a home base.

It’s easy to see why the tickets were drained so quickly this year. Headliners like Eminem, Outkast, and King of Leon tend to pull in the masses. With an equal mix of EDM, Hip-Hop, and Alternative Rock, Lollapalooza has delivered an incredible lineup up for the everyday music lover.




Kings of Leon

Arctic Monkeys


Calvin Harris

More Awesomeness:



Foster the People

Avett Brothers


Chance the Rapper

Broken Bells

Glitch Mob

Potugal the. Man



 4.) Moogfest: The Synthesis of Art, Technology & Music


Moogfest 2014

When: April 23-27

Where: Asheville, NC

Cost: Day & Night passes $375.00 & up

*No lodging included*

Style: Electronic

Moogfest 2014

Moogfest 2014

Extra Attractions

Daily workshops led by progressives in the fields of music, art, and technology. Yoga, film presentations, and the beauty of scenic Asheville all play into the allure of this festival.

Things to Know

This entire event takes on much more of a conference vibe than your standard music festival. This doesn’t exactly seem like the ideal format to go buck wild, so put on your business-casual threads and plan to have your mind academically expanded.

Moogfest 2014 is going to be quite different from its previous years. Founded by Dr. Bob Moog, founder of Moog Music, and his colleagues in 2004, Moogfest has expanded its format in 2014 from a 3-day festival into a 5-day event.  It feels a bit like SXSW in that it offers discussion panels, workshops, and symposiums in technology, music, and art.moogfest

Plan for day time conferences that focus on experimental technology, and nighttime performances by cutting edge electronic acts. The festival is sprawled across the face of Asheville, so venue hopping will be something to plan for. Also, don’t be so drawn into the illuminating technological screens that you forget to stop and absorb the rustic beauty of mountainous Asheville.

Keeping it deep this year, Moogfest is hosting numerous premiere electronic artists. Ranging from the Pet Shop Boys to MIA and Riff-Raff to RJD2, this festival’s lineup should leave no electronic music fan disappointed.




Pet Shop Boys


Flying Lotus

Giorgio Moroder

Chic ft. Nile Rodgers

Keith Emerson

Zeds Dead


Dillon Francis

More Awesomeness:

Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks

Eliot Lip





5.) Summerfest

Summerfest 2014

Summerfest 2014

When: June 25-29 & July 1-6

Where: Milwaukee, WI Henry Maier Festival Park

Cost: GA Power Pass Ticket $70, GA day passes $16

*No lodging provided*

Style: Mainstream/ Radio Friendly


Extra Attractions

75 acres on a lake front setting with over 45 food vendors, and various interactive activities.

Things to Know

Lodging accommodations should be made on a personal basis. Making sure to arrange transportation to and from the festival grounds would be a good game plan. Since food and beverage are heavily advertised on the site, it would be a fair guess to say outside food and alcohol is prohibited.

summerfestIt only seems proper to address the world’s largest music festival in this article. There will be over 800 acts playing on 11 stages over 11 days. Settled on the shores of Lake Michigan, Summerfest will host over 1,000 performances. Originally founded in 1968 by Milwaukee’s mayor, this festival has evolved into an attraction that’s draws about 900,000 people.

So who are some of these 800 acts? Well, since this festival is quite family friendly there is a broad variety of artists performing. While wandering around these festival grounds in Milwaukee you could just as easily bump into a Bruno Mars concert as a Dave Matthews band show. For the radio loving music fan, this festival offers a myriad of selections.


Bruno Mars

Lady GaGa

Brad Paisley


Dave Matthews Band

Zac Brown Band

Motley Crue

Fallout Boy & Paramore


More Awesomeness:


Girl Talk


Tegan and Sara

Umphrey’s McGee


We’re not finished yet! Stay tuned for the third installment of The Midwesterner’s Guide to Music Festivals.

Continued from: The Midwesterner’s Guide to Music Festivals Pt. 1: In Our Own Backyard

Next in the series: The Midwesterner’s Guide to Music Festivals: East Coast Styleeee

Photos by Cass Photography

Uv Hippo invites background singers to the stage for the album release for “Translate”

Indianapolis is in for a treat on April 25th and 26th. Ultra Violet Hippopotamus is invading The Mousetrap for a two night run they are calling “Fan Appreciation.”  This power packed band has a unique jam sound and a tight fan base all through Michigan and Indiana. Indy Mojo recently spoke with the band to find out a little bit more about why they chose our city to celebrate. Casey Butts (percussion, vocals) and Russ James (lead guitar, vocals)

MOJO: You guys are gearing up for a two night run April 25th and 26th at The Mousetrap in Indianapolis and calling it the fan appreciation weekend. What makes us so special to get a fan appreciation weekend?

Russ: It’s hard to describe how great the music is in Indianapolis. Not just the musicians that are there, but the fans. We do a lot of touring around the U.S. and the type of people and the type of music lovers that are in Indianapolis are so unique. It’s like this rabid base of music lovers that support musicians and support art in general that you just don’t see anywhere. It’s got energy that you don’t get in other spots. It’s just a wonderful thing.

We’ve never done a two night run in Indianapolis. The trap is really a place where we have grown so much musically, and also financially. So much has happened from the support we have gotten from The Mousetrap and the people in that area. To be able to go back and do a two night run in a venue like that is just great. We are so excited to share that with the community.

MOJO: So what do you guys think about playing at The Mousetrap in comparison to other venues? 

Casey: Well, there’s a certain energy in that room, and that’s what that place is all about. It’s small and we can barely fit on the stage anymore. There’s no room for us to move in there, but there’s just an energy in that place that you don’t get playing in the other venues. It’s almost like playing a house party or something in the sense that we are down there with the crowd. It’s not us playing above the crowd. It’s like we are all in this together and that’s what creates the energy in that room.

Russ: Yeah, Casey brings up a good point. There is a definite sense of beauty and wonder when it comes to playing large rooms like the Fox Theater and things like that- they are fantastic- but at the same time there definitely is a disconnect that you get from the crowd that makes you have to generate the energy back and forth with each other.

Photos by Cass Photography

UV Hippo playing at Bell’s Brewery for their album release of “Translate”

MOJO: I want to talk to you guys a little bit about the album you just released, Translate. Why did you decided on the title Translate? Most of your other albums are titled with song names.

Russ: As you just pointed out, we have always chosen a song title. This album isn’t as thematic as the ones before. It’s more about a bunch of different types, styles and genres of songs. In a way, fan interpretations of songs that we do- chord progressions, or stories that we tell- it’s all up to a person’s translation of that. That’s kind of the reason we chose to go with that title.

MOJO: So how would you say that this album sets itself apart from your previous albums?

Casey: We have definitely upped the whole production of everything. We put more work and time into this album than before. First, we went into a top-notch studio, with top-notch engineers. We were able to go in there and get more done in ten days then we have in any other previous albums. I think bringing in the horns and bringing in the background vocals just gives the album a much larger feeling to it then we previously had. I feel like pretty much, all around, every song has a larger scope to it than what our previous albums have. I feel like it represents where we want our music to go. It’s definitely more progressive rock and even more jazz influenced than before.

Photos by Cass Photography

UV Hippo playing in Bell’s Brewery for their album release of “Translate”

MOJO: What is your favorite song off of the album?

Russ: I think it’s different for everyone in the band. For me personally, I love “La Marea.” It’s funny how different songs come together and the writing process. The way that “La Marea” came around is we were just warming up for practice and Brian, our bass player was laying down a line and Joe was playing a drum line over top of it to get warmed up. We started warming up with some guitar lines, and within 15 minutes we had a song. It’s always beautiful and wonderful the songs that come together like that. I think that’s the song I enjoy playing the most right now.

Casey: For me it really depends on the day. When I listen to the album it even depends on what mood I’m in. The last 20 seconds of “Ruben,” whenever I hear that with the trumpet line, I’m like pumping my fists in the air. Then other days I’ll hear “Tiny Eyes,” which is a song we never play live. We’ve maybe played it twice live, but I hear it on the album and it sounds so beautiful. I don’t even think we should play it live again. I’m not sure we can match how great it sounds on the album. So, it really just depends on the day for me personally.

MOJO: It looks like you have a pretty full summer festival tour. You’re going to be at Summer Camp, Dark Star Jubilee, GrooveFest and a bunch more dates. What are some must see shows on this summer tour? What are you most excited about?

Casey: All of them! Just quit your jobs and come on Hippo tour. Summer Camp is going to be amazing- that whole weekend playing both Summer Camp and Dark Star Jubilee.

Russ: Summer Camp has a special place in our hearts because it’s in the Midwest and one of our first huge festivals. To be able to go out to Groove Festival in Colorado, that’s just going be a blast. We go on before Carl Denson[’s Tiny Universe]. It’s going to be an amazing time.

Casey: Another thing about Summer Camp: when we’ve played in the last couple of years, and we look out into the crowd, I feel like I recognize the first 30 rows of people. I feel like it’s become this spot where all of our Midwest fans have all come to collaborate and meet each other and basically celebrate that for the weekend. That is obviously very special to see all the work we’ve been doing in all different regions come together for this one event.

UV Hippo at Bell's Brewery for the album release "Translate"

UV Hippo at Bell’s Brewery for the album release “Translate”

MOJO: So, say we miss a date on the summer tour; we can catch up with it on “The Hive” right?

Russ: This is something that is still a little bit in development. Ultimately the goal is to record every show and release every show so that if you miss it or just want to listen again you will be able to do that. As of right now we aren’t doing every show. We are trying to raise the funds to get a digital soundboard and all the things necessary to record everything, but this is kind of just the early stages of that. Right now we are just releasing stuff that we have had in the archive for a while. Hopefully by Fall or by the end of the year we will be recording and releasing every show.

Ticketing info as well as contests can be found at

Show Venue: The Moustrap Bar and Grille

Show Date: April 25 and 26th 2014

Ticket Price: $10 or $15 for the two night run.

With our latest volume of the Collective Sessions Mix Series, we went to our very own, L810c! With production styles varying from deep and sexy to a more upbeat DNB, L810c gives us a sexy electro breaks mix for us to sink our teeth into! We hope you enjoy!

Collective Sessions vol 24 Featuring L810c


Track Listing:
1. z4thoichi – Overmaster (Charlie Kane Remix)
2. Matskie – The 9th gate
3. Wolfen Technologies – Ace Space
4. Smoke Sign – Welcome To Neo India
5. Brujo’s Bowl – Way Behind
6. Kwah – Proton Perspective (Unconscious Minds Remix)
7. Marv in blue – Phaze 3-gti
8. Ap3x – Manufactured Reality (Bad Tango Remix)
9. Merkaba – Metamorph
10. Neurodriver – Man Made (Hedflux Remix)
11. Bad Tango – Enzyme (Hedflux Remix)
12. Big Mistake – Critical Mass

All tracks have been edited and re-arranged by L810c

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals

For volume 21 of our Collective Sessions Mix Series, we have a VERY special guest in Chicago Bass Maestro, Richie August! Starting with Dubstep in 2008, Richie’s first official release came in early 2009 on Betamorph Recordings. 2010 until spring 2013 he was the brains behind the “Hulk” group until leaving to further his solo career. He’s worked with labels such as, Play Me, Rottun, Sub Human, Ultragore Recordings, Multikill Recordings and released a full length album on July 4th 2013. This mix has lots of originals sprinkled amongst a sea of heavy hitters! We hope you enjoy and share with your friends!

Collective Sessions vol 21 Featuring Richie August

Track Listing:
1. London Future & Djemba Djemba – Look At Me Now feat. Ifa Sayo
2. Jacob Plant – Fire (Dubsef’s Festival Trap Remix)
3. Jesse Slayter – China
4. Richie August – Loco
5. Woogie x Ransom – We Get Down
6. Burn The Disco – Turn Up
7. Yello Claw – P_$$YRICH feat. Adje
8. GTA – Yolohton
9. Meaux Green – Grindin’ On Acid
10. Jackal ft. CRNKN – Bubblegum (LVX Remix)
11. Buraka Som Sistema – Hangover (Cosenza ReTwerk VIP)
12. Hifee – So Ghetto
13. Matrix & Futurebound feat. Max Marshall – Control (Torqux Remix)
14. Meow666 – Meow Machine
15. Stafford Brothers – Are You Ready
16. Samual James – Mega
17. Gianni Marino – Piew
18. New Young Pony Club – Hard Knocks (Astronomar Remix)
19. Cutline – Crack It
20. Duck Sauce – Radio Stereo (Bingo Players Remix)
21. Jitta On The Track – Mollylujah (Watapachi Remix)
22. Remedy – Welcome To Tha Trap
23. Kai Wachi – Game Over
24. Bommer & Invictous – Blat!
25. Yellow Claw & Yung Felix – You Make Me
26. Debroka x BoyJamez – Autograph
27. Duwell – Duck Season
28. Kill The Noise – Rockers – (Bro Safari & UFO Remix)
29. Richie August – Robo Lean
30. Metallica – Battery (Richie August Remix)
31. Gianni Marino – Azn Girls (ETC ETC Remix)
32. Pote – Stomper
33. Invictous – SmokeSalmon
34. Richie August – My Lady
35. Razihel – Falcon VIP
36. Hulk & Dan Wall – Brotorious (Richie August Remix)
37. Boy Kid Cloud & p0gman – Hood Rich
38. Bro Safari & UFO – Drama (Sadhu Remix)
39. JuJu & Bommer – Al Capone
40. KnightRiderz – FallInLove

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals

With volume 19 of our Collective Sessions mix series, we are excited to bring you a mix from our good friend, Attak! Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Attak is one of our favorite DJ’s in the Midwest. He definitely doesn’t disappoint with this one!

Collective Sessions vol 19 Featuring Attak

Track Listing:
1. Rustep & CRVCK IT! – The Piece of Green Shit
2. Free Drinkz – On The House
3. CRIMES! – Dont Stop
4. The Interns & thefaded – Certified
5. Datsik – Light The Fuse (Sub Antix Remix)
6. Sidestep – The Limit (Nato Feelz & Nathaniel Knows Remix)
7. Cobra Krames – Move Your Body
8. Bare – Full Tilt
9. Henry Fong & Toby Green – Revival (Nymz Remix)
10. Tomsize & Simeon & Rustep – Sextape
12. The Bassist & Triage – Ridin Kleen
13. Jay Z ft Rick Ross – Fuck With Me You Know I Got It (Thugli Remix)
14. Drezo – Thump (Gummy Remix)
15. Rattraps & Jesse Slayter – Creepin
16. Flosstradamus – 2Nite
17. I Am Legion – Choosing For You (Instrumental)
18. Empire of the Sun – Alive (Stereothieves Futuro Flip)
19. PURI – Turn Up
20. Aubrn ft Gorilla Zoe – Boss’d Up
21. Knuckle Children – Kick Back
22. Snails & Kai Wachi – Hypnosis
23. Project Pat – Good Googly Moogly (Crizzly & Loww-Fi Trap Remix)
24. Jack Beats – Get Down (UZ Remix)
25. Cafe Con Leche – Milk & Cookies
26. K Theory – Geeked Up
27. Birdy Nam Nam – Defiant Order (Vass Remix)

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals


Volume 9 of the Collective Sessions series brings us back to the house realm, with Neighbz. Our local house DJ who likes to play in the deepest realm of house, and only on vinyl! Check it out!

Collective Sessions Neighbz Art

Track Listing:
1. Rioardo Miranda & Hernan Cronner – Mental Samurai
2. Li’Sha Project, Chuck Love Cop-A-Feel Dub, Original Vocal – Feel
3. Miguel Migs feat. Meshell Ndegeocello, Shades of Gray Dub – Close Your Eyes
4. South of Roosevelt – What About
5. Casbah 73 Rework – Ain’t No Sunshine
6. Rick Wade – Can’t You See
7. Dusty – Mood Matters
8. Borrowed Identity & Mechanical Soul Brother – Love For the Gang
9. Jeff Service – Plastic People
10. Synchro Jack – Back to the Shack
11. Off MSG Revision – Chicago

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals:

I’d like to start by thanking everyone for your support so far! We got lots of listens, downloads, and favorites on the 1st mix with jFET! As long as you keep listening, we’ll keep providing!

With that said, we’re happy to announce the release of the 2nd mix in G-9 Collective‘s mix series, Collective Sessions! This time, we’re showcasing one of Indiana’s favorite bass producing villains, Shy Guy Says!

Track Listing:
1. Intro
2. Shy Guy Says – Throne of the Persian King (demo preview)
3. Future – Same Damn Time (Busted by HeRobust)
4. Paper Diamond – The 40 Thieves
5. Samples – Blackk Sheep
6. TNGHT – Goooo
7. Antiserum & Mayhem – Brick Squad Anthem
8. Hard in Da Paint – Bellizio (Remix)(Crizzly Edit)
9. Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Big Sean – Clique (Enferno Remix)
10. Shy Guy Says – Untitled (demo preview)
11. Eliot Lipp – On & On
12. Shy Guy Says – Lights at Night
13. Anosta Boss – Crushes
14. Rustie – Surph
15. Zomboy – Pump It Up
16. jFET & Shy Guy Says – The Bass Chop
17. Shy Guy Says – Killer Crush
18. Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix)
19. Barron – Heavy Weight (1uP Remix)
20. 12th Planet – Burst (ft. GMCFOSHO)
21. 1uP – Thundergun (Vannin Remix)
22. Dream – Go Hard (Crizzly Remix)

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals:

Here is the 1st in G-9 Collective’s new mix series, Collective Sessions! Volume 1 features a mix from one of Indiana’s top bass music producers, jFET, who is giving us his very 1st studio mix! Enjoy and share with your friends so they can enjoy it as well!

Track Listing:
1. K+Lab – Need To Know (Blunt Instrument Remix)
2. Pegboard Nerds – Fire In The Hole
3. Beat The Beast – She Got Me Dancing
4. Mashur & Kevlar – Too Much Pressure (Artem Zlobin Remix)
5. jFET & The Indigo Child – Bukkake Party
6. Tut Tut Child – Card Shark
7. Urban Assault – Drop The Bass
8. jFET – Bass Munchin’
9. Virus Syndicate & Skism – Like This
10. Breathe Carolina – Hit and Run (MUST DIE! Remix)
11. Zomboy – City 2 City Feat. Belle Humble
12. jFET – Get Naked vs. jFET – Celestial Cemetery
13. Dirty Dog – Selecta
14. N’Chyx – Skankin Shoes (ENiGMA Dubz Remix)
15. jFET & Bass Technician – Who Am I
16. Spag Heddy – Like A B055
17. jFET & Neal Zen – Baby Come Back
18. jFET – 2D
19. PSY – Gangnam Style (Tim Ismag Trollmix)
20. Noisia – Diplodocus (Kill The Noise Remix)
21. Noisia – Bug Hunt (Noisia Remix)
22. Monsta – Holdin’ On (Skrillex & Nero Remix)
23. Sub Focus – Tidal Wave Feat. Alpines (Single Edit)
24. Bcee & S.P.Y. – Is Anybody Out There (Friction & K-Tee Remix)

Artwork by Nicholas Love Visuals!