Destination festivals are becoming all the rage, and Electric Paradise is ready to go all out this holiday season. For their second edition, the festival will be equipped with a multi-stage layout, and new installments of art, food, technology, and design for the December 19 event. With an all-star lineup including Skrillex, Diplo, Porter Robinson, Steve Angello, Major Lazer, Cash Cash, Hot Since 82, and many more, the festival is geared up for a momentous gathering. Among the illustrious lineup is bass music’s rising star, Anna Lunoe.

The Sydney-bred DJ and producer has skyrocketed to fame in 2015, after many years of perfecting her skill down under. Anna Lunoe was nicknamed the “bass drum dealer” after her hard-hitting single of the same name was released through Skrillex’s Nest imprint. The Aussie hosts her own weekly Beats 1 radio show every Friday, which has hosted artists like Tommy Trash, Destructo, Diplo, Kaskade, Dillon Francis, Jauz, and many more. Her resume doesn’t stop there – all of her original tracks feature her own vocals, which can’t be said of most producers. Anna Lunoe is on a roll and it would be a mistake to miss her set at Electric Paradise.

She’s Not Limited By Genres
While her original music mainly consists of bass music, Anna Lunoe’s sets go above and beyond what she creates. You’ll definitely hear trap, hip-hop, and even some pop and other surprises thrown into the mix, and she kills it every time.

She’s Probably More Excited Than You To Be There
Anna Lunoe gives nothing less than 110% into every one of her performances. Her energy radiates through her music and it’s clear that she has so much love for what she does; her excitement is truly infectious.

She’s at the Forefront of the Bass Music Scene
For all you bass-heads out there, Anna Lunoe is the answer to your prayers. She’s a breath of fresh air to the already existing bass music scene and is constantly finding new and exciting sounds to add to her music.

Girl Power
In an industry so heavily dominated by men, Anna Lunoe is breaking the mold. She uses her purely bad-ass status to separate herself from the Paris Hiltons of the DJ scene, proving that women DJs can have every bit of the same talent as men.

She’s a Master of Her Craft
Before landing in LA just a few years ago to pursue her passion of producing & DJing, Lunoe had her fair bit of success in her home country of Australia – but she views that as her time spent perfecting her art. Once she felt she was prepared to face on the dog-eat-dog electronic scene of LA, she made the move and hasn’t looked back. The girl knows what she’s doing.

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