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In addition to the massive line-up released by Tomorrowland, there are also a number of special B2B performances, including what promises to be a huge bass-heavy set from Jauz B2B NGHTMRE.

Tomorrowland ditched the phase system and released this year’s line-up in one big drop. On that line-up, 600 of the best EDM artists have been tasked to fill the legendary festivals weekends. Something that is evident this year is that the Belgium-based festival has gone hard with the unique DJ pairings. These include the likes of Tchami B2B Oliver Heldens and Bassjackers B2B Quintino.

Jauz B2B NGHTMRE stands out with two of the biggest names in bass joining forces on of the heaviest sets of the summer.

Tomorrowland presents huge bass-heavy B2B with Jauz & NGHTMRE

It won’t be the first time they’ve crossed paths though, with the B2B also billed for Ultra Miami in March.

Jauz

The Tomorrowland announcement comes at the same time that Jauz is touring on his new Dangerous Waters show.

The ongoing tour continues into March and follows the release of his EP of the same name this month.

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The five-track EP captures his signature sound whilst
exploring the bass-house genre throughout.

Jauz made a splash and earned international recognition way back in 2014 with the release of Feel the Volume on Diplo’s label, Mad Decent.The American DJ and has gone from strength to strength since with his own label Bite This.

In 2018, he released his debut album The Wise and The Wicked

The four chapter album featured a unique blend of bass, dubstep and euphoric dance music.

NGHTMRE

The b2b with trap and bass superstar NGHTMRE will be sure to attract headbangers looking for the hardest tunes on show at Tomorrowland.

NGHTMRE’s most recent release dates back to December 2019 with the Gunna collaboration ‘CASH COW‘, displaying his versatility. Like Jauz, NGHTMRE is currently on the road taking his Portal tour around the States with support from heavyweights like Crankdat.

Coming off the back of those tours, it’s likely both artists will have fresh inspiration and an extensive inventory of new music to shell the crowd with.

Ultimately, there’s no doubt that this B2B is going to go off when the two come forces come together.

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