Creamfields adds bass fiend Figure to 2012 line-up

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It’s just over a matter of weeks now until Creamfields fires back into life for its 2012 Australian tour. Just in case a refresher was needed: at the top of the line-up is chart-climbing Frenchman David Guetta, who recently brought “so much new music” to Ultra Music Festival in Miami.

Guetta’s joined on the mainstage by Above & Beyond, who also had a storming week presenting Group Therapy in Miami. The rest of the 2012 line-up is a melting pot of big-room house (Dirty South, Alesso), trance (Sied van Riel, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Tritonal) and heavy bass business.

Today, Creamfields has added another name to the cast-list: Indiana-bred DJ/producer Figure, who’s celebrating the release of his Monsters of Drumstep Vol 2 compilation. The guy has a knack for making tunes that go straight for the jugular. One of his biggest tracks, Dominate, is below, and this is how Figure describes it: “ Dominate embodies all the genres that I play and produce…an example of how I approach similar synth structures within various tempos.”


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DJ KnightSA

DJ KnightSA said on the 4th Apr, 2012

lawlietskyy: king of drumstep.


eddy96 said on the 4th Apr, 2012

His track "The Phantom" is easily one of his best tracks. Check out is new EP Mission of Destruction.

special ed

special ed said on the 4th Apr, 2012

^ drum n bass/dubstep hybrid. slower tempo than drum n bass.

Its Zyzz

Its Zyzz said on the 4th Apr, 2012

lawlietskyy is indeed the king of drum step.. lawliets music over the years has been wubbed by so many.. i wub wub wub wub wub dubstep..


sifu02 said on the 5th Apr, 2012

Worst. Lineup. Ever


Paranoiatothemax said on the 6th Apr, 2012

Awesome... So now there's only two acts I want to see at Planet Cream (Creamfields poorer more unfortunate but similarly priced sibling)
Above and Beyond and Figure (of which Adelaide has not been confirmed)