Five artists to discover at the Shambhala Music Festival 2022

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Are you going to the Shambhala Music Festival this year, but you don’t know which artists you want to vibrate with? Get ready with these five must-haves!


Whether you are a beginner or an experienced Shambhala Music Festival veteran, everyone can’t wait to get back to the farm! Located in the beautiful British Columbia, the 23rd Annual Shambhala Music Festival is back with a bang. So from July 22 to 25get ready to fight your way through the trees and dance in the Salmo River with your “family” by your side!

In addition to the entire Shambhala experience, this year’s lineup features artists from a range of genres and styles, including the likes of Sebastien Leger, Rudimentary, Chris Lorenzo, DJ Jazzy Jeff, virtual riot, and more. Seeing this vast array of amazing artists from all genres can be daunting when deciding who to catch. To give you some great hand-picked options, we’ve put together a list of five artists sure to bring the party.

Passes for the Shambhala Music Festival are still available, but they are nearly sold out. Get your hands on what’s left of the official Shambhala website! You definitely don’t want to miss this amazing experience.

Five artists to discover at the Shambhala Music Festival 2022


Lake Chris
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Lake Chris

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British DJ/producer Lake Chris has a massive discography, including hits such as “Turn off the lights,” “I want you,” and “Beat the monster.” Known for his progressive house, tech house and vocal tracks, Chris Lake gets everyone dancing at every performance. So if you’re looking for a high-energy and exciting dance party, it’s sure to throw you away. Be sure to listen to his recent track”400” published on the third chapter of Blackbook ID for a Latin-infused hype song to prepare for Shambhala.


CloZee
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CloZee

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Like someone who has seen CloZee often the best way to experience the otherworldly bass music she curates is deep in a sea of ​​trees, close to nature. Shambhala offers the perfect setup for this, listening to its tribal wubs and catchy melodies. His recent release”back to topdisplays its perfect balance between effervescent and heavy sounds. If you end up falling in love with his music, be sure to catch his first headlining performance at Red Rocks in October!


Trees
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Trees

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Trees is the organic bass project of Tyler Combes, a producer and visual artist known for creating sweeping melodic escapes and creeping basslines. Of The Trees is the perfect time for a wompy vibe where the music feels like a massage for your brain. With absolute bangers like “spanish moss” and “The Owl’s Song“, Of The Trees truly encapsulates the spiritual with the grimy. He even recently created an immersive sensory experience with a performance in Denver that included his own personally curated visual designs.


Ski Tour

Ski Tour

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Originally from the ski resort of Whistler, Canada, Ski Tour has been a frequent name in Shambhala queues over the years. This energetic, small-town duo bring warmth to every performance with a range of genres from funk to bassline house. Although they have released records on many labels such as Westwood Recordings and Good for youthey also created their own label, Double black discs. Their latest release,lose our heads” on box of cats, is the ideal song to have fun before a party. Known for wearing retro ski gear, the crowd follows suit every year, bringing 80s themed goggles, beanies and goggles. Don’t forget to bring your ski gear too!


The Librarian
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The Librarian

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A must-see set would be from the incredible Canadian artist Andrea Grahambetter known as The Librarian. Her exuberant energy on stage also matches the bass music she throws, from footwork and jungle to 130s, 140s, garage and drums and bass. Co-founder and musical director of Canada’s Lower Coast Music Festival, The Librarian brings to life a new dynamic of musical programming and avant-garde art installation. His recent release, I miss you EP, incorporates the variety of bass music that cements her as one of the leading innovative creators in bass music.


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