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Excision Drops His Biggest Lineup Yet for the 3rd Annual Lost Lands Music Festival

Excision is returning to Legend Valley, Ohio for the 3rd annual Lost Lands Music Festival. Bassheads from across the country will be traveling on September 27-29 to immerse themselves in a weekend full of heavy bass.

Coming up with his largest lineup yet, Excision is bringing all the biggest names in dubstep, along with a ton of up-and-coming artists. 12th Planet, Boogie T, Dion Timmer, Funtcase, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Herobust, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, and PhaseOne will return for their third consecutive year.

Meanwhile, G-Rex, Jantsen, Stuca, and Trivecta are a few of the many newer names invited to throw down for the first time. Zeds Dead is also making a reappearance this year, an always anticipated set from fans no matter where they play at.

In the past, Excision has played heavy B2Bs with Datsik (2017) and Downlink (2018). This year, however, is different because of his highly anticipated set with Illenium. Since their first B2B rained out in Colorado at Global Dance Festival, this will be one of the bigger sets of the year to catch.

Nevertheless, they aren’t the only ones playing a massive B2B set. Slander and Spag Heddy are also going B2B this year, a combination no one should miss. You can expect a mix of tears and neck-breaking from this set with this remix:

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Their newest collaboration is also worth checking out in preparation for their set:

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Although dubstep rules the lineup, Excision always balances the talent. Trap DJs Flosstradamus and Ekali make their Lost Lands debut, and Said the Sky will also return. Cue all the sad boi feels.

Tickets have not sold out yet, but will soon. Grab yours here before it’s too late!

Featured image by Lauren Pineda.

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