Farm On Fire is a two day music, arts, and camping festival located at beautiful Frontier Ranch, just outside of Columbus, OH -September 9th-11th
The lineup features some of the best national, regional, and local acts - From DJs and bands to fire spinners and other performers, Farm on Fire is the best way to experience a true EDM festival in Ohio!!
The festival is a collaboration of Disco Donnie Presents, My Best Friends Party and The Dub Barn.
Headliners just announced many more acts announcing next week.
Tickets available tomorrow
Cashmere Cat is the production alias of young Norwegian producer Magnus August Høiberg – who has caught one to watch buzz early this year from the single ‘With Me’ premiered with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio One & video premiere at Rolling Stone – not to mention 30+ international headline dates including a packed out SXSW, MMW & Music Hall of Williamsburg, In February Cat appeared feature on the Ludacris single “Party Girls” alongside Jeremih & Wiz Khalifa, which allowed him to star in his first Hype Williams directed video. What a crazy life; this unprecedented mention for a producer signals a sea change happening in popular music & the role of our ‘underground’ producers as acknowledged artists in their own right. A world in which Cashmere Cat effortlessly embodies his own underground influences of glittering RnB, French Electro & 00’s club Hip . On Wedding Bells – his debut vinyl EP – he is truly free, non beholden to conventional pop arrangement we find Cat in abundant celebration with a range of highly syncopated pentatonic workouts. Four songs built in equal parts from glittering RnB, French Electro & 00’s club Hip Hop – this is wide, cinematic and unabashedly bright new dance music. Rarely does a new artist emerge with such a unique voice across their work – Cashmere Cat is unconcerned with where he fits with DJs and his music is smarter for it.
The Wedding Bells EP represents the next stage for Cashmere Cat as recording artist and has commanded support so far from: Kode 9, Éclair Fifi, Nguzunguzu, Hud Mo, Rustie, Baauer, Diplo, Skrillex, A Trak, Brodinski – as well as BBC Radio One & Triple J.
Friday Addditional Lineup
San Holo -
Making his debut in late 2014 with the COSMOS EP on Heroic, he garnered the attention of all the major tastemakers, including LessThan3 and Earmilk. This resulted in a close relationship with the Parisian Point Point crew, who released his Hiding (ft. The Nicholas) single on their Filet Mignon compilation, which was followed up by a remix of his of their new single DoubleOreo. The world took notice, with San Holo growing from 5.000 Soundcloud followers to over 80.000 in the course of five months. His remix series, Don’t Touch The Classics, are beautiful examples of his innovative approach to production, taking the classic elements of 90’s hip hop tracks and reinventing them with his ever signature bass heavy, trap influenced yet sparkly sound. The ‘Dr. Dre - The Next Episode’ remix has ticked over 100 million plays and is growing ever strong. During this period he launched the promotional platform bitbird together with visual artist Thorwald, serving as a breeding ground for promising experimental artists in the future game. In 2015, bitbird will be transformed into full fledged label and clothing brand, with a brand new original EP by San set to debut the label’s official opening in Q2 2015. With recent Jack U (Skrillex & Diplo) plays, Skrillex support, the We Rise single release on NestHQ (OWSLA) and a debut international headlining tour in Australia pocketed, San Holo has the stars in alignment to grow beyond all expectations. This is just the beginning.
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KRNE is a producer and DJ from Oakland, CA. Drawing upon his eclectic musical background and foundations in jazz, he melds his love of electronic and hip hop beats blurring the lines between the two. His works are at home, in the club, festivals and naturally in a pair of headphones.
Born Boots Bowles in Cave Creek, AZ, Brazzabelle began her DJ career in 2010 and hit the ground running, releasing her debut track “Break Your Body” and earning a number of club residencies in Southern California less than a year later. In 2013, she was featured on the HARD Summer lineup, as well as the main stages of EDC Puerto Rico and New York’s Electric Zoo and gained popularity as a remixer, producing official remixes for Elliphant and Skrillex.
It was the success of her electro-banger festival remix of Haddaway‘s dance classic “What Is Love” that really garnered her attention, as many prominent DJs, including Adventure Club, featured the track heavily in their club and festival sets. 2014 proved to be a breakout year for Brazzabelle, as she landed a campaign for Sol Republic’s new in-ear headphones and started her ever popular series “Ravercise,” a parody of the YouTube viral hit “Prancercise.” It was also that year she was named an “Artist to Watch” by BPM Network and the DJ List and drew the attention of Martin Solveig, who would invite her to support his US Tour. In 2015, she continues to keep pace, releasing originals OHMYGOD and “Holy Shit,” a remix of Borgore’s “Be Ourselves,” new episodes of her “Ravercise” series, a feature in Funny Or Die's NCIS: Ibiza parody, and making this year’s Mad Decent Boat Party, Holy Ship, and TommorowWorld lineups.
My live performances are an ever morphing detailed sound sculpture that plays with the souls of those open to the more experimental, surreal, low end heavy side of electronic music. I feel that ecstatic dance can be a liberating experience for anyone and intend to create that environment through high energy, deep rhythms, and soul driven melodies.
Keys N Krates-
While it may look that way on stage, nothing is ever simple with Keys N Krates. Not when everyone has an equally valid opinion, along with the willingness (no, the all-consuming need) to sit and scrutinize a hearty 808 hit or laser like synth line for hours on end.
It’s been this way since the very beginning, when Keys N Krates went from being a live hip-hop band reliant on rough acapellas and memory-jogging remixes to something much more complex – a tight-knit trio of producers/performers – Turntablist Jr Flo, Keyboard player David Matisse, drummer Adam Tune – who take rocking a party as seriously as a week spent in the studio. “We always trade roles from song to song,” explains Jr. Flo. “It’s not uncommon for Matisse to flip a sample, or for me to write a melody, or for Tune to chime in on the mixing of a track. It’s not the fastest way of working, but everyone has a say in everything.”
Which explains why their breakthrough singles (the elastic loops and diamond-edged drums of “Dum Dee Dum,” the head rush hooks of “Treat Me Right,” a frantic, D’n’B-flavored “Are We Faded”) are able to pull the strings of packed festival crowds without resorting to tired EDM tropes. Hip-hop, house and UK bass music all play a role in a Keys N Krates record, but so do the dark-tinged dynamics and widescreen ways of indie acts like Caribou and M83. “Seeing M83 live at the Osheaga festival changed our whole perception of how their music translates live,” says Jr. Flo. “The chord progressions are beautiful and catchy but never corny. It’s pop music at its best.”
That was essentially the goal with the Toronto group’s new Midnite Mass EP: cuts that are calibrated for clubs but that can translate beyond. Punchy and powerful. Emotional and epic. That goes for everything from its title track (an intro that sounds like a suspenseful thesis) to a Katy B collab (“Save Me”) that’ll beam old-school ravers straight back to the ’90s. And then there’s something as deceivingly simple as “Love Again,” a soulful rap beat created from scratch and such artful details as the orchestral flourishes of Ouici and the gospel vocals of a friend named JP. Let’s just say it’s no coincidence that the song sounds like it sampled a dust-caked ’70s record from a long-buried discount bin; That Just Blaze or Kanye might find and flip, Keys N Krates want to leave you wondering just how they do it.
“We wanted people to wonder where we got a lot of the sounds for this EP, the same way we have when listening to producers like Just Blaze and Timbaland. Those guys have always used source samples or sounds that leave you scratching your head. We love that simplicity; it’s like true Italian cooking, a few ingredients to make something so impactful…. beats that leave you wondering ‘where the fuck did he get that sound from?’
Saturday Additional Lineup-
Hayden Kramer, better known as Herobust, is a Bass Music Producer from Atlanta, GA. Most notable releases include “Skurt Reynolds” via Mad Decent, “Sheknowshebad” via SMOG, and “Pump This (with Snails)” via Owsla. “I’m Aloud” is Herobust’s latest EP, released via Mad Decent. His new releases will be inspired by Hip - Hop, with plans to include some of the hottest names in Rap music. Hero is touring throughout the US this summer with appearances at EDC NY, Hard Summer Festival, and Imagine Festival to name a few. And recently, Herobust has been commissioned by the likes of Kill The Noise, Barely Alive, and NGHTMRE for official remixes. With time, he garnered the support of Diplo, Skrillex, Bassnectar, Flosstradamus, Destructo and others. This success sent Herobust overseas and on to play showcases for Mad Decent and Buygore during Miami Music Week 2016. Herobust has been featured on BPM Sirius XM, Billboard, Rolling Stone, MTV and many others. YourEDM includes Herobust in their “Top 5 Best Trap Artists 2016” and Insomniac credits him as “one of the hottest voices in the trap-dance movement”. With accolades such as this, he vows not to disappoint with his future releases. If this much is clear, 2016 proves to be a definitive year for Herobust.
22 Year Old Producer out of NY/NJ. Supported By Diplo, DJ Snake, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, RL Grime, Carnage & More. Known for spreading his aggressive sound.
From his humble beginnings of djing locally in Chicago and interning for Flosstradamus, Aryay is now ready to share his music, which he call’s “Lion Sound” with the world. His first original production “The Lawnmower”, peeked interest in ZEDD, Skrillex and Diplo finding a home on Skrillex’s Owsla label.
With Lawnmower not showing any sign of leaving most DJ’s crates, 2014 saw Aryay silently working on his next EP, Vicious. While only releasing one remix in that time, Raury’s “God’s Whisper” with Flosstradamus, Aryay continued to share his “lion sound” with the masses and had everyone waiting for more.
Once the wait was over and the Vicious EP dropped he silenced anyones doubt that his “lion sound” was anything to take a paw at. The future looks bright for Aryay with his production skills roaring out of sound systems all over the world by the most elite of DJ’s.
His early work has placed him at the forefront of a new wave of rising talent amongst East Coast producers. Garnering interest and plays from Starkey, Lunice, Paper Diamond, Shiftee, Clicks & Whistles, Kastle (to name a few), the up-and-comer has been paving a promising road over the last year.
With his debut release, 'Slippy' under the Slit Jockey imprint and a remix of Starkey's 'Command' on Civil Music, Buku is poised to make much larger waves in the coming months: haters beware.
A Public Disturbance
Alex & Paul
Firecat 451 b2b The Example
Lord of War
Ordinary Funkin People
Thunder St. Clair b2b Sean 216
Vendor and artist submissions please vist farmonfire.com. Ticket info will be up here and on the website as well as other event information soon!!