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Skream Plays Rare Dubstep Set at the Do LaB Stage at Coachella on Friday, April 22nd

Skream at Do LaB stage (Photo: Jamal Eid)

Madeon and Yung Bae Close out the Night with a Surprise b2b Set Plus a Classic Set from The Glitch Mob, Moore Kismet + More





Do LaB stage at Coachella kicked off its second weekend right where it left off, hosting legendary electronic acts alongside next generation rising stars. Night one’s unannounced headliners featured a special back to back DJ set from Grammy-nominated electronic musician Madeon and future funk producer Yung Bae. This came on top of a set from renowned electronic trio and Do LaB regulars The Glitch Mob and a rare dubstep set from pioneering UK producer Skream.

Skream was undoubtedly one of the night’s highlights, treating fans to an hour of classic dubstep sounds. The announcement of Skream playing this style of set came via his Twitter on Thursday, which is a rarity given his current sets usually include a mix of house, techno, garage, break, and disco. Skream’s set fully lived up to the hype, drawing in a massive Do LaB crowd to witness one of the best to ever do it. Check out clips from the performance here and tag @thedolab in any social media posts.

These acts joined other previously announced Friday weekend two acts including North London outfit and forward-thinking production duo Ivy Lab, influential electronic prodigy Moore Kismet, singer-songwriter and producer Mindchatter, house and techno DJ/producer HoneyLuv, cinematic techno producer Rinzen, melodic house and techno producer and sound engineer Sainte Vie, and soul, blues and funk live band Red Giant Project.

Full set times for the rest of the weekend at the Do LaB can be found here.


The thrilling and interactive Do LaB experience at Coachella is another example of what the brand has in store for this year, including the return of their premiere multifaceted boutique festival Lightning in a Bottle. The five day experience fuses a forward-thinking musical lineup, immersive art installations, and cause-driven educational yoga and art programming within a sprawling lakeside venue in beautiful Buena Vista Lake, California.

Lightning in a Bottle’s 2022 musical programming includes marquee genre-crossing names such as Glass Animals, Kaytranada, GRiZ, Big Wild, CloZee, Ekali, G Jones b2b Eprom, GoldLink, Black Coffee, Four Tet, Seth Troxler, Maya Jane Coles, Jon Hopkins, and more.


The full LIB 2022 lineup can be viewed here.

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