Asia's largest dance music party on the high seas is nothing to laugh at. In it's 5th year, It's The Ship is definitely something all ravers in Asia should attend. With an extremely talented line-up that is bound to blow your mind, we know it's hard to figure out who to check out.
So to help you with that here's our list of artistes that we're looking forward to see on It's The Ship 2018.
A self-taught producer hailing from the sunny shores of Singapore. MYRNE is the first Singaporean to play Tomorrowland. Known for his heavy bass sounds, MYRNE is extremely versatile having recently worked with Singaporean Artiste Gentle Bones on the B4NGER Project. He's definitely someone we're looking forward to watching this November.
2. Diana Dee
Indonesian Producer DJ Diana Dee is definitely on our radar. Known for her EDM Anthem "Freedom", Diana Dee has graced all the largest clubs in Indonesia and a few regional festivals. Her music is something not to be missed
22 year old Nahsyk is definitely an up and coming name in the Malaysian dance music scene. Having played across the Asia, this young DJ is someone that you absolutely have to catch.
Coming from South Korea, Bangroz is a family affair. Brothers Grene Man & Bangger connect with you through their use of Bass Music. A definite must watch in our books.
From Taiwan to the world. RayRay is an amazingly talented DJ who's not only a recognised turntablist, having won the Red Bull Thre3Style Championship in 2013, but also now a prominent name in music festivals having played Glastonbury and Tomorrowland. The recent addition to the Barong Family is definitely going to have you head banging like you've never done before.