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Freaky Deaky 2021 – Artists to Checkout

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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Freaky Deaky returns to the Houston Raceway in Baytown, Texas, on October 29th and 30th. The two day festival features over 50 artists including 12th Planet, Adventure Club, Green Velvet, Claude VonStroke, Zeds Dead, deadmau5, and many more. The Halloween-themed festivals offers an eclectic variety of artists that certainly make it difficult to choose. However, let’s take a look at some artists you don’t want to miss!

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The 22-year-old LA based producer JVNA will take The Shrine on Friday, October 29th, at 4:20 pm. The talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist brings her blend of thrilling melodic bass music energy with electronic pop sensibilities. JVNA emerged in 2016 with her successful release of “Waterfall” and  a cover of Kingdom Heart’s “Dearly Beloved Sweater Weather”. 2019 brought her single “Catch Me” and her debut tour of the same name. With her recent release of “Ghost” and her upcoming album release, JVNA continues to captive her fans.


Christopher Sullivant, the Detroit based producer known as Sully, will unlock The Crypt on Friday, October 29th, at 5:40 pm. The forceful bass of Sully broke onto the scene in 2019, following his time at the highly acclaimed Icon Collective in 2018. Sully’s refined soundscapes and intricate sound design cements himself as dominant force in the bass community with releases on Wakaan and Dim Mak. His latest releases such as “How Much Further” with The Arcturians and “Back It Up” with G-Rex cement Sully in the electronic music community with a bright future.


House music producer Lucati has taken his unique sound to some of the largest stages in the world. He has garnered support from legends such as Chris Lake, Less Foss, Green Velvet, Dennis Ferrer, and Claude Von Stroke. His “unrelenting grooves with sensual minimal vibrations” have graced festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, HARD Summer, Countdown NYE, and many more. Lucati brings a fresh new take on productions while still respecting the golden age of house music. The Haunted Hallow features Lucati on Friday, October 29th at 5:15 pm.


The 25 year old rapper, producer, and DJ known as Wreckno offers a fresh new face in the bass music scene while also representing as a huge inspiration for the LGBTQ+ community. The Indianapolis based producer has collaborated with GRiZ, Closee, & Dev, while also releasing music on labels such as Wakaan and Deadbeats. The radiating passion of Wreckno comes through in his infectious music and growing talent. This rising star will continue to empower his fellow community while bringing his passion to The Crypt on Saturday, October 30th, at 3:50 pm.


Night Bass associated DJ and producer Blossom brings her assertive house music to the Haunted Hallow on Saturday, October 30th at 4:15 pm. The London-born, Phoenix-based artist has elevated her signature style in such a short time. She was named one of “The 10 Best Female DJs in Phoenix” in 2016, featured on Ghastly’s epside of Diplo and Friends, and has received support from staples in the house community such as Sonny Fodera Dr. Fresch, and AC Slater. Blossom will certainly bring her skillful mixing and fiery energy to the stage this weekend.


Toneshifterz will bring the Australian Hard Dance Scene to the Boneyard on Saturday, October 30th at 7:30 pm. The heavyweight hardstyle producer has played at some of the largest stages such as Tomorrowland, I Am Hardstyle, Hard Bass, Defqon 1, and Decibel Outdoor. Toneshifterz has collaborated with artists such as Will Sparks, Atmozfears, and Brennan Hart, released two albums Till Daybreak Meets and Shifting To The Source, and remixes like Armin van Buuren’s hit “Blah Blah Blah.” With fresh, new releases for the Hardstyle scene, Toneshifterz journey is still gaining strength.

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