Deep Tropics Music, Style & Arts Festival returns to Nashville, Tennessee on August 26-27, 2022. The fourth iteration of the boutique festival finds its home at Bicentennial Capitol Mall Park with an array of pre-parties, day-time events, workshops, and intimate settings. The festival also features a carefully curated lineup spread across three stages: Meru Amphitheater, Lotus Stage and Congo Soundsystem. My fellow Stage Hoppers, let’s dive into the Top 5 Must See Artists at Deep Tropics. See you all there!
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Brazilian house DJ and producer Vintage Culture takes the Meru Amphitheater by storm on Friday, August 26. What to expect from a Vintage Culture set? Well, lose yourself in immaculate house vibes, boisterous remixes, and infectious bliss across the dance floor. My Top 3 tracks: “This Feeling” with Goodboys, “Drinkee” (Vintage Culture & John Summit Remix), and “Doses & Mimosas” (Vintage Culture & Zerky remix).
Debuting in 2020 with his hit track “Want It,” Kumarion has been at the forefront of reimaging electronic music. While still a young producer, he has gained notoriety for his forward-thinking and distinctive sound. Blending styles of drum & bass, dubstep, and experimental bass, Kumarion will give a dynamic performance on Saturday, August 27, at the Lotus Stage. My Top 3 tracks: “Back Talk,” The Uprising” with REAPER, and “Alive” (Kumarion Remix)
Ben Böhmer brings his eclectic mix of deep and progressive house to the Meru Amphitheater on Friday, August 26. The Berlin-based producer, DJ and live act is known for his intricate and euphoric soundscapes, offering up emotions and relaxed grooves that cleanse the soul. My Top 3 Picks: “Dysphoria,” The Space In Between” (Ben Böhmer remix), and “Beyond Beliefs.”
Denver-based DJ and producer NotLö has become one of the most electrifying artists in the bass music scene. Through her deep and twisted bass grooves, NotLö will transport listeners into a ghastly sonic world on Saturday, August 27 at the Lotus Stage. More than just a musician, NotLö utilizes her platform to support queer woman in electronic music, and aiding survivors of sexual violence. My Top 3 tracks: “Hallucination Effect,” “Backup” with Conrank, and “Abysmal.”
UK production and DJ duo Snakeships (Oliver Lee and James Carter) will light up Meru Amphitheater on Saturday, August 27! Over their 10 year career, they have tapped into house, electro pop, rap, R&B and more for their diversified discography, garnering billions of streams and sales. With an ever-evolving sound, Snakeships will not disappoint! My Top 3 picks: “All My Friends” (feat. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper), “WATER.” (feat. Bryce Vine), and “Money On Me” (feat. Anderson Paak).