WIRED MUSIC FESTIVAL ’19
Name of performance: WIRED MUSIC FESTIVAL '19
Venue: AICHI SKY EXPO Outdoor Multipurpose Land
Open: Monday, July 01, 2019 10:00
* Please be sure to check the notes on the official website below.
⇒ https: // wiredmusicfestival. jp / wmf2019 / ticket / # title02
[VIP ticket privilege]
re-entry possible / Private Entrance gate / dedicated switch Lux area / dedicated BAR / private toilet
※ Cillax in the lawn area that can not be admission only a limited number of people and a dedicated switch Lux area (chill + You can relax and enjoy the festival more comfortably.
* Please note that this is not a ticket for viewing the main stage up close.
Limited number of tickets: You can book up to 8 tickets per application. Application limit 4 times.
Type of seats and fees:
■ One-day ticket
GA 1-day ticket : ¥ 14,000
VIP 1-day ticket : ¥ 25,000
■ Through ticket
GA 2-day ticket : ¥ 24,000
VIP 2-day ticket : ¥ 40,000
"King Gnu" (Kingneu) is a Japanese quartet mixer band, formed around Daisuke Tsunoda.
The band name is derived from the thought that "Gnu = nu" originated from the spring, joining little by little from the spring, eventually becoming a huge group, and they also wanted to do so. Each member has been influenced by multi-directional music, and since he created new music from it, they call their own music "Tokyo New Mixture Style". Their production of music videos and visual design including logotypes carried out by the creator group "PERIMETRON", which is lauched by Tsunoda.
King Gnu can be seen in and around the Japanese jam session scene. In particular, members of King Gnu were regulars at the jam session, Battle of Study, an event where musicians from all over the country would get together for a biweekly jam. The session was started by Motoharu Fukuda, former saxophonists for the band Soil & Pimp Sessions and currently throwing fire for Speak No Evil. The purpose of the event was for musicians to hone their skills in various styles and genres. Every session, a new theme would be chosen. All of the night’s jam would centered on that theme; for example, jazz, hip hop, funk, soul, and even the music of the Beatles.
King GNU has been getting lots of attention recently. Every bit of it has been well-deserved. Their sound is pop and rock but the songs drip with amazing bass lines and strong steady groove. The composition is unpredictable and complex making them more that your average pop band.
One of the things that is also striking about the band is it’s sense of artistry. The video and images of the band are done is a high style that show their awareness of design and the impact it can have on their audience. Of course, design never ever overshadows the quality of sound.
Up up and up…that is where they are headed and good on them.
SANABAGUN. (SANABAGAN) is an eight-person jazz / hip-hop group in Japan. The group name is from English slang "Son of a gun" which means "rogue".
An 8-person group consists of six instruments, vocals and MC, including two wind instruments. All the members were born in Heisei, and worked with the "Hip Hop Hop Hop Hop Hop Hop Hop Team Teaching Rep". It features a crossover musicality based on jazz and hip-hop by live performance, which has lots of members from the music university, led by solid skills and knowledge.
Takashiwa who was supposed to serve as the opening act of Seoul singer / Shiina Junpei thought that it would not be interesting to sing jazz standards ordinarily, so in a solo name "Ryo Takanawa Lip Hip Hop Side" it is a jazzy sound of hip-hop with raw sounds I started playing. The current drum, trumpet and sax join there. After that, after membership exchange and base, guitar, rapper (MC) joining, it officially started as SANABAGUN. In March 2013. At the same time I started live on the street in Shibuya and became the current membership in the summer of 2013.
Cameron Jibril Thomaz (born September 8, 1987), known professionally as Wiz Khalifa, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and actor. He released his debut album, Show and Prove, in 2006, and signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2007. His Eurodance-influenced single, "Say Yeah", received urban radio airplay, charting on the Rhythmic Top 40 and Hot Rap Tracks charts in 2008, becoming his first minor hit.
Khalifa parted with Warner Bros. and released his second album, Deal or No Deal, in November 2009. He released the mixtape Kush and Orange Juice as a free download in April 2010; he then signed with Atlantic Records. He is also well known for his debut single for Atlantic, "Black and Yellow", which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut album for the label, Rolling Papers, was released on March 29, 2011. He followed that album with O.N.I.F.C. on December 4, 2012, which was backed by the singles "Work Hard, Play Hard" and "Remember You". Wiz released his fifth album Blacc Hollywood on August 18, 2014, backed by the lead single "We Dem Boyz". In March 2015, he released "See You Again" for the soundtrack of the film Furious 7 and the song peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 non-consecutive weeks.
Khalifa was born Cameron Jibril Thomaz on September 8, 1987 in Minot, North Dakota, to parents serving in the military. His parents divorced when Khalifa was about three years old. He is a military brat with his parents' military service causing him to move regularly. Khalifa lived in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Japan before settling in Pittsburgh with his mother in around 1996 where he attended Taylor Allderdice High School. Soon after moving to Pittsburgh, Khalifa began to write and perform his own lyrics before he was a teenager.
His stage name is derived from Khalifa, an Arabic word meaning "successor", and wisdom, which was shortened to Wiz when Khalifa was a young boy. Khalifa stated to Spinner.com that the name also came from being called "young Wiz 'cause I was good at everything I did, and my granddad is Muslim, so he gave me that name; he felt like that's what I was doing with my music." He got a tattoo of his stage name on his 17th birthday.
Dreams was one of the original prominent jazz rock bands in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The band was formed by Jeff Kent and Doug Lubahn, who wrote and arranged their songs. It began as a trio and evolved into a horn-based band over time. They were later joined by Will Lee, Don Grolnick, Bob Mann, and Eddie Vernon.
Dreams selected as their producer, composer and sound engineer, Fred Weinberg, whose work included albums for Eddie Palmieri, Tito Puente, La Lupe, Mongo Santamaria, Celia Cruz, Illustration (Alan Lorber's group), and Little Anthony. Phil Ramone, another highly respected producer and studio owner, for whom Weinberg worked at the time at a studio named A & R in New York City, gave his blessings to Weinberg to record and mix the Dreams LP with former Atlantic A-1 engineer Jim Reeves at CBS Studios in New York City. During the Dreams sessions the recording sessions were moved by CBS execs to their CBS Chicago Studios because the CBS 52nd street studios became booked for several weeks by Paul Simon, and because Dreams had a deadline for their LP release. The album received a full page ad and a favorable review in Billboard Magazine.
Dreams' second and final album Imagine My Surprise was produced in Memphis by Steve Cropper. Cropper wanted to "help the audience to better understand the group" so in his production he put "funkier, more commercial rhythms behind [the band]" while trying to "keep jazz up front at the same time."
While Dreams did not achieve the commercial success of either Chicago or Blood Sweat & Tears, they served as a launchpad for eventually prominent jazz fusion artists Billy Cobham, Don Grolnick, and Randy & Michael Brecker (later known as the Brecker Brothers). Other prominent band members included guitarist John Abercrombie, trombonist Barry Rogers, guitarist Bob Mann (who later joined Mountain) and bassist Will Lee.
One of the principal differences between Dreams and most other brass-infused bands was Dream's emphasis on spontaneity. The horn section would "work up spontaneous arrangements by jamming, always leaving them wide open to interpretations from night to night."
Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll (born 11 September 1991), better known by his stage name Kygo (Norwegian: [ˈkyːɡuː] ), is a Norwegian DJ, songwriter and record producer.
He garnered international attention with his December 2013 remix of the track "I See Fire" by Ed Sheeran, and his March 2015 single "Firestone".
In late 2015, Kygo became the fastest artist to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify and by June 2016, he had reached 2 billion streams on Spotify.
Kygo has since released several singles, such as "Stole the Show", "Here for You", "Stay", "It Ain't Me", and a remix of "Higher Love" performed by Whitney Houston, all of which have debuted on several international charts. Kygo's debut album Cloud Nine was released on 13 May 2016.
He made history on 21 August 2016 at the 2016 Rio Olympics, when he became the first house music producer to perform at an Olympics closing ceremony.
In March 2018, Billboard ranked Kygo 3rd on its 2018 ranking of dance musicians titled Billboard Dance 100.
Kygo has studied piano since he was 6 years old and considers himself more of a pianist than a disc jockey. His music is generally around 100 beats per minute, compared to 128 beats per minute for traditional house music.
His stage name is derived from the first 2 letters of his first and last names and he got the idea for this name after a school computer system automatically generated the word "Kygo" as his login user name.
Kygo was born 11 September 1991 as a foreign born in Singapore, the son of Kjersti Gjerde, a dentist, and Lars Gørvell-Dahll, who was working abroad in the maritime industry. He has an older stepbrother Mads, two older sisters Johanne and Jenny, and a younger half-brother Sondre. Through his childhood, he lived and traveled with his family in Brazil, Japan, Kenya and Egypt.
Kygo started getting piano lessons at the age of six. He stopped when he was 15 or 16 and started producing music with Logic Studio and a MIDI keyboard while watching several tutorials on YouTube. When he decided to pursue music full-time he was halfway through a degree in business and finance at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has cited Swedish DJ Avicii as his main inspiration.
Amine Edge & DANCE is a UK house producer from South France who is a long-awaited firstcomer to be heard with energetic and innovative sounds. Inspired by music such as early house music, Philly Funk, 80's hip house , Tech House and the fusion of all genres continue to attract music fans at major festivals around the world.
Also, as well as DJ, he has also gained support as a producer such as ranked in the top chart in Europe, and until now he has remixed Frank Ocean's "Lost" and Notorious BIG's "Going To Heaven With The Goodie-Goodies" remix I got it. Once you listen to it, catchy hooks that do not leave your ears and play that fits the club fascinates the world and continues to shake the floor.
Blackpink ( commonly stylized as BLACKPINK or BLΛƆKPIИK) is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group debuted on August 8, 2016, with their single album Square One, which spawned "Whistle", their first number-one song in South Korea, as well as "Boombayah", their first number-one hit on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart, which set the record as the most-viewed debut music video by a Korean act. With the group's early commercial success, they were hailed as the New Artist of the Year at the 31st Golden Disc Awards and the 26th Seoul Music Awards.
As of 2019, Blackpink is the highest-charting female K-pop act on both Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200, peaking at number 41 with "Kill This Love", and peaking at number 24 with Kill This Love, respectively. They are also the first and only K-pop girl group to enter and top Billboard's Emerging Artists chart. They are also the first female K-pop group to have four number-one singles on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart. At the time of its release, "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" was the most-viewed Korean music video in the first 24 hours on YouTube, and in January 2019, it became the most viewed music video by a K-pop group on the website.
Promotional preparations began in August 2016 with the release of teaser images and their participation in songs and advertisements. YG Entertainment revealed the final line-up and name of the group on June 29, 2016.
Blackpink was the first girl group to debut under YG Entertainment in six years after 2NE1, with their debut single album Square One, which was released on August 8, 2016. The two lead singles charted at number one and two on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart, and Blackpink is the fastest act to do so and the third Korean artist or group to hold the top two positions after label mates Psy and Big Bang. "Whistle" topped the digital, download, streaming, and mobile charts on Gaon in August 2016. They also reached number one on the weekly, popularity, music video, and K-pop music video charts of China's biggest music-streaming website QQ Music. Blackpink's first music show performance was aired on August 14, 2016 on SBS' Inkigayo. They won first place on Inkigayo 13 days after their debut, and broke the record for the shortest time for a girl group to win on a music program after their debut. They wrapped up their promotions for Square One on September 11, 2016 with another win on Inkigayo.
DJ RYOW is a Japanese hip-hop DJ and beatmaker / producer. Currently active as a DJ in Japan and overseas, and as a live DJ for AK-69 and "E" qual. In 2018, celebrating its 20th anniversary, on March 21, the 10th album “NEW X CLASSIC” was released from the hip hop label DREAM TEAM MUSIC, which he presides over. It also manages the apparel brand DREAM TEAM that it produces.
Dillon Hart Francis (born October 5, 1987) is an American electronic musician, record producer and DJ. A native of Los Angeles, he is best known for popularizing the moombahton genre.
Francis was born in Los Angeles, California to an American father and a Serbian-Croatian mother. Francis has stated that his father, Robert Drew Francis, is an "alternative medicines doctor." He has made a recurring Internet joke about being unable to find his father. Francis has stated that he was very sheltered growing up, claiming that he did not know any swear words until he was 15. He also claims he could not watch TV unless he watched at least two hours of Sesame Street a day.
His roots in becoming a world champion and active globally were in his childhood. From the age of four, he has been playing piano and Japanese drums, and has formed a unique musical sense. Later, at the age of 15, he began DJing while touching HIPHOP culture. He has been active in numerous battles, winning three times in the “NoTricks DJ Battle” sponsored by Vestax and winning the Japan-Korea Grand Champion in NoTricks in KOREA at the 2010 “SeoulWorld DJ Festival” in Korea. Scratch then declared the main battle DJ graduation. While focusing on the club PLAY and expanding the range of activities, in 2013 participated in the world tournament as a representative of Japan in RedBull Thre3Style. Despite his first appearance, he achieved the world's conquest, the youngest in history and the first overseas DJ. This was the first achievement for both Japanese and Asians, and the name of RedBull Thre3Style World Champion SHINTARO was deeply carved into DJ history. He doesn't know that his momentum will stay even after the title of world champion.
Currently working as an artist / producer of GMO Culture Incubation of GMO Internet Group. His innovative play style, which consists of borderless music selection and technical scratches that exceed the genre, has been praised by countries around the world, and offers from overseas are unending. The great success of the European tour of seven major clubs in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, and the completion of major clubs in Taiwan in Asia. Has gained tremendous reputation and continues to be regularly invited as special guests in various locations.
In addition to club play, it has gained numerous achievements in outdoor festivals that have become a global movement in recent years.HIP HOP main ENCORE FESTIVAL held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the world's largest music conference Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE ) Also appeared on the main stage for two consecutive years at ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL, the world's largest festival. This summer will also appear on FUJI ROCK. Genreless PLAY has been evaluated by tens of thousands of audiences and dance music officials.
Started full-scale music production from 2015. At the end of the year, the first original song EP as Chopper EP was released from TREKKIE TRAX. His YouTube channel is a DJ / producer that has attracted attention from all over the world for his future performances and produced works, including over 2 million views.
Though he’s now the world champion and is active internationally, Shintaro’s musical roots go back to when he was very young. At the age of 4, he first experienced piano and Japanese drums, which are what account for his unique sense of music today. When he was 15, he began to be influenced by the hip-hop culture, and at that point tried his hand at DJing. He was active in various DJ battles, won the grand prize for three years at Vestax’s No Tricks DJ Battle, and in 2010 became No Tricks Japan/Korea champion at Seoul World DJ Festival. He instead began to focus on playing at clubs, and in 2013 entered the Red Bull Thre3Style competition as the representative of Japan. He became the youngest World Champion in the history of the competition. Shintaro made a huge mark in DJ history, as he was the first DJ not from the host country to win, the first Japanese, and the first Asian to ever become the Red Bull Thre3Style World Champion.
Just because Shintaro got the title of world champion under his belt doesn’t mean he has any plans of stopping there. What makes Shintaro so special is that he not only he makes crowd go wild with his scratching skills, but he also keeps them dancing without killing the groove by combining his scratching with a smooth music mix, all while he blends different types of music (genres). He’s already achieved a huge accomplishment by a doing a European Tour spanning seven major clubs in Belgium, Germany, and Holland, as well as gone around Asia, concentrating on major clubs in Taiwan. After receiving praise for these shows, he has been regularly invited as a special guest to events in Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Shanghai, Beijing, and more. Besides playing in clubs, he has also been building up his track record in 2014 by participating in popular outdoor festivals such as the Amsterdam based hip-hop ENCORE FESTIVAL, and the Japanese leg of the world’s largest EDM festival, ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL, where he took the main stage. He has been highly rated by music professionals for being able to play across genres to audiences numbering in the tens of thousands.
Shintaro has received numerous offers from labels around the globe, and in November 2014 he decided to start afresh as the pioneering artist and producer behind GMO Internet Group’s globally focused agency GMO Culture Incubation.
In May 2015, his first official remix “BBHMM (Shintaro & YGSP Remix) / Rihanna” won TWRK’s Remix Contest, got featured on BBC Radio1’s “Diplo & Friends,” and is revving up anticipation for his upcoming releases. Shintaro is ready to show the world what he’s all about.
DJ Kekke is one of Japan’s busiest DJs.
He performs in many countries, playing over 300 gigs a year.
He has opened for stars like A$AP ROCKY, Future, A$AP Ferg, Skepta, Lady Gaga, and Ne-Yo.
Kekke also DJs for fashion brands like Nike, adidas, Fragment Design, and Vlone. When he’s not DJing, he models for Beats by Dre.
In 2013, DJcity featured Kekke on its renowned “DJcity Podcast” mix show. It helped establish his career and make him a staple in the Tokyo scene.
Since 2017, Kekke has been a mixer for the online hip-hop platform, “AbemaMix.”
He also became a DJ for the Japanese street clothing brand, MAGICSTICK.
In 2018 and 2019, Kekke performed at Ultra Music Festival and EDC in Japan.
Later that year, he traveled to New York City to perform at venues such as the W hotel and Times Square.
Kekke is currently a DJ for Def Jam rapper, SWAY.
BAD HOP is a hip hop group by 8MC from Kawasaki City .
T-Pablow (real name: Tatsuya Iwase)
Born on November 3, 1995
YZERR (real name: Yuya Iwase)
Born on November 3, 1995
Tiji Jojo (real name: Shinya Yoshimura)
Born on February 12, 1996
Benjazzy (real name: Yukika Ishikawa)
Born in 1994
Yellow Pato (real name: Sekine meteor)
Born April 18, 1995
GK.ID (real name: Ryo Watanabe)
Born in 1995 Graduated from Yotsuya Elementary School
Vingo (real name: Shinnosuke Abe)
Born on January 5, 1996
Bark (real name: Yuki Hinohara)
Born in 1995
On March 25th, the compilation album “BAD HOP ERA” was announced under the name of BAD HOP.
On September 28, “BADHOPBOX” was announced.
On July 2, the album “BAD HOP” was released.
In November, it was taken up by the website "VICE japan".
On March 15th, “BAD HOP 1 DAY” was announced.
On September 15th, “BAD HOP ALL DAY” was announced.
On September 6, “Mobb Life”, the first nationally distributed work for the 2nd album, was announced.
On November 13, a one-man live “BreatH of South” was held at Nippon Budokan.
Valentino Khan (born February 15, 1987) is an American DJ and producer born and raised in Los Angeles. He is best known for releasing material through Diplo, Skrillex and Steve Aoki. His singles "Deep Down Low" and "Make Some Noise" peaked at number one and fifty respectively on the "Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists" chart.
He started his career as a hip-hop producer making music for artists like T.I., 2 Chainz and B.o.B.
In 2012, some of his remixes were released officially. Most notably, his remix of Gent & Jawns' song "Holler" which was released through Diplo's record label Mad Decent. He collaborated with Will Bailey for a song, "Rukus" and produced B.o.B.'s single "Play For Keeps" from the album Strange Clouds. He also co-produced Major Lazer's 2013 single "Bubble Butt". Musically, he is trap-oriented.
On June 5, 2013, he released a song "Fahrenheit" for free as homage to old school electro.
His debut extended play, In Khan We Trust was released on July 22, 2014 via OWSLA, featuring its first single "Make Some Noise".
On April 20, 2015, Khan collaborated with Flosstradamus to release "MFU" as a single. On August 11, 2015, "Deep Down Low" was released as a single. It featured on OWSLA's Spring Compilation album and was described as a genre pioneer. The song was regarded the 'most popular song among DJs' in 2015 and was featured in Tomorrowland's 2015 compilation album titled The Secret Kingdom Of Melodia. Musically, the song incorporates elements of big room house and jungle terror and is often considered "hard house". A music video for the song was released. A remixes extended play of the song was released.
He collaborated with Wiwek to release the song "Tropicana". On July 29, 2016, he collaborated with Skrillex to release the song "Slam Dunk". It featured vocalist Kstylis. He recognized Rihanna and Sia as his preferred female collaboration choices. Both tracks were released on OWSLA.
On April 7, 2017, he later collaborated with Anna Lunoe and Wuki for the single "Bullseye" via Skrillex's record label OWSLA. On May 26, 2017, Khan released "Pump" as a single via Mad Decent and Ministry of Sound which gained widespread popularity due recurring ads on social media platforms of the game Mafia City that samples this track. On October 20, 2017 Khan released "Gold" on OWSLA.
Nagoya NO.1 PARTY ROKKA is a resident of the 3rd floor HIP HOP floor of the largest monster club in Japan "iD cafe" boasting mobilization of over 2000 people on the weekend.
The scale of his play style was overwhelmed by what he listened to in proportion to his capacity, and he received offers from domestic and international organizers. His power play style that keeps the floor swaying, freely manipulates the sound and pulls in people is the result of the ROCK audience in ROCK.
Now, every weekend, HIP HOP is going to be at the forefront of the party called “HRC”, and it attracts people with innovative ideas and rare skills. In addition to such on-site activities, DJs are also promoted as a producer with an emphasis on the development of young people, and the aspirations of many DJs are also hot.
MIX CD with his senses !! HIP HOP R & B BRAND NEW series (vol.01 ~ 23) What a tape award! Has gained a high reputation overseas, such as reigning as the champion. Furthermore, in the R & B MIX series (vol.01 ~ 05), it shows a new side, and in SMOOTH? TUNE MIX, it shows a special skill. Watch out for his future activities (DJ RYUJIN) who are active in many fields and always look ahead! ! ! Is! !