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Yung Gravy

Only the best things get better with age—wine, cheddar, 401ks, the list goes on. It turns out Yung Gravy gets better with age too. The name Yung Gravy says a great deal. It’s perpetually youthful, and it oozes “sauce.” Yung Gravy uses his own special recipe to bring originality and positivity to make his one-of-a-kind impact on the genre.

After streams in the billions, packed venues, and “side missions” with Martha Stewart, he stirs up his tastiest sauce yet on his third full-length opus, Marvelous introduced by the chart-topping gold-certified single “Betty (Get Money).”


Established late 2019, the IMANU project follows an already impressive chapter in drum & bass. Breaking through at the age of just 16 with a highly distinctive and technical brutalist style, he made a remarkable impression in a very short space of time. However, this was only a hint at what was to come.

Now in his early 20s, IMANU has already been responsible for releases on significant labels such as Deadbeats, UKF and VISION, he’s remixed the likes of Skrillex, Apashe and TOKiMONSTA, and already collaborated with fellow kindred, unclassifiable spirits like Noisia, What So Not, DROELOE, Zonderling, KUČKA, Pham and josh pan. IMANU's debut album ‘Unfold’ is out now on Deadbeats.


Lee Mvtthews, aka, Graham Matthews and Tom Lee met in 2012 and started working together after discovering they had a nearly identical taste in music, eventuating in Lee Mvtthews in late 2013. Since then, they’ve gone from strength-to-strength, gaining a reputation for turning out infectious tunes that pair colourful melodies with bass-driven drops, garnering them plays from industry greats such as Andy C, Sub Focus, Pendulum, Netsky, Metrik, Grafix, Koven, Kanine, K-Motionz, DC Breaks, and Hybrid Minds.

They have become a favourite on the New Zealand festival circuit, playing at Aotearoa's most premier events such as Rhythm & Vines, as well as headlining shows up and down the country. In addition to this, they have become a go-to support act for an array of international talents, including Wilkinson, Netsky, Kanine, Grafix and more.

Their hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed, winning Best Electronic Artist at the coveted Aotearoa Music Awards in 2020 as well as Best Artist 3 years running at the George FM awards, where they have also taken out several top spots including Biggest Bangers and the DNB Hundy countdown.

LF System

'Afraid To Feel’ was generating steam long before its official release but has quickly become the sound of the Summer. It's already exceeded 40 million streams and hit the number 1 spot in the charts.

Blending modernist disco vibes, towering soul vocals playfully reworked from Silk’s 1979 single ‘I Can’t Stop (Turning You On)’ and classic piano house keys, it's established itself as a modern classic, destroying dancefloor's the world over.


As an esteemed DJ & Producer, Notion is a true connoisseur of UK Bass music with his productions spanning from DnB, Breaks to Garage, Bass House & even Baile Funk with his latest album taking a new approach to underground music this is sure to be another one to remember.

Beccie B

Beccie B is a self-confessed four/four lover. No stranger to the scene after many years of designing for promoters and DJs nationwide, Beccie B developed an apparent love for House and Disco.

Fast forward a wild year and she has taken Aotearoa by storm. Promoting local shows in Ōtautahi, such as Sugar & Spice and opening for acts including Skin on Skin, Marcellus Pittman, and Frank Booker. She's played multiple shows in Tāmaki Makarau including the infamous K-road disco, Kink and headlined her own stage at festival, Deep, Hard and Funky.


Elipsa is the fresh voice from New Zealand’s drum and bass scene. Since 2020 she’s been putting out bangers, with some of the biggest in the game, as well producing her own liquid DnB tunes.

2022 saw a new era for Elipsa as she performed her solo DJ/live vocal show at major festivals around NZ including Hide Tide and Rhythm and Vines, where she has refined her lush, deep sound. Elipsa's newly released debut EP ‘Divine,' is full of bangers and we are buzzing to have her be part of ORI ’23!


With her relentless determination, Auckland based Emma “EMWA” Davies has dominated headline shows and festivals around Ne. EMWA has supported some of the most influential artists in her respective genre such as Quix, Ray Volpe, Dodge & Fuski & Barely Alive. She has made a name for herself amongst promoters, international artists and partygoers around the country.


Having spent over a decade crafting & finding his sound Fairbrother has recently became a regular on the New Zealand gig & festival circuit. His unique sets & productions bring a multitude of styles within drum'n'bass and beyond.

Fresh off an epic summer of playing Freqs Out South and Summer Sounds, this set is not to be missed!


Mincy is a Sydney based DJ, producer and label owner whose diverse bass driven sets flow between the full underground bass spectrum.

Mincy has built momentum in both Australia and overseas over the past few years. A regular in both the club and festival scenes. She’s been billed on top Sydney festivals like Lost Paradise and Output festival, as well as featured on club show support for a huge list of names including Mike Skinner, Madam X, Conducta, Royal T, Flava D and Preditah.

She’s also a regular on the lineup at Melbourne’s famed Revolver Upstairs, and recently played UK’s Tumble Audio event in Nottingham.


PORIS has quickly created a name as a highly skilled DJ, and as someone you need to pay attention to. After bursting onto the scene in early 2020, PORIS (real name Paris) has toured nearly non-stop since. She has already graced the stages of Rhythm and Vines, Bay Dreams, Northern Bass, and the majority of the most notorious venues around New Zealand.

She has also played support to some of the biggest names in DnB including, Kanine, Netsky, Alix Perez, Hybrid Minds, Andy C and A.M.C. PORIS shows her passion for drum & bass by throwing down energetic sets and flooring audiences in any and every setting.


Kiwi pop princess PRINS had all the makings of a great performer. With a background in acting, dancing, and modeling, it was only natural the triple threat added yet another weapon to her arsenal - evolving a lifelong passion for music into her own unique brand of quirky electro-pop. PRINS was born.

With millions of streams to her name and top 20 hits around the world, the pop powerhouse is taking the global scene by storm.

Who Shot Scott

WHO SHOT SCOTT is the new alternative project by Iraqi born, New Zealand bred artist/producer Zaidoon Nasir. His heavy use of experimental production techniques combined with immensely vulnerable and transparent lyrics make WHO SHOT SCOTT one of the most unique and thrilling new artists that you should be watching very closely in 2022.

Willy Mav

Willy Mav, aka, Willy Harman is a must watch artist within the drum and bass scene. Hailing from New Zealand, he started producing from his bedroom at the age of 13 and found his passion for Drum and Bass in 2017 after hearing it consistently at house parties, clubs and festivals. Fast forward 3 years, he’s gone from strength to strength from huge releases to supporting some of the worlds biggest names in drum and bass including Skeptical, Bcee, Bou, LSB, 1991, Document One, K-motionz and Monty to name a few.

He brings with him his partner in crime, Wellington legend Young Gho$t


Witters and Crafty Witters is an Auckland based producer and DJ. On account of his humble disposition and commitment to delivering a professional and precise show every time, Witters has fast become an established name in the industry.

No stranger to live shows Witters has supported the likes of Wilkinson Alix Perez (UK), Netsky (BEL), S.P.Y (UK), Friction (UK), Lenzman (UK) and A.M.C (UK) to name a few. He has performed in iconic venues across Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin and has graced the festival stages across New Zealand, including Rhythm and Vines and Baseline Festival.

Calm, collected, patient and focussed, Witters is in the hot seat as one of New Zealand’s finest prospects for the export of Drum and Bass Music to the world.

This ORI ’23, Witters is teaming up with MC Crafty to bring you an unforgettable night of Drum and Bass in the Ngaio Marsh.

33 Below

Growing up in small town New Zealand, electronic producer Jack Laven, aka 33 Below, started playing around with music software as a new creative outlet. Fast forward a couple of years and 33 Below is quickly becoming a familiar name in the vocabulary of electronic music fans around the world.

33 Below has quickly developed an international fanbase with the help of TikTok. After releasing viral bootlegs of hits from artists such as Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Billie Eilish and Drake, a whole new audience has fallen in love with 33's sound, and has also attracted the attention of some fellow artists leading to some soon to be announced collaborations.

With recent collaborations including Pirapus on ‘Slipping Away’, Fiveofive on the recently released ‘Next To Me’, and an official remix of Boombox Cartel's 'Fatal Attraction', it’s been pretty hard not to pay attention. With radio support from ZM and George FM in New Zealand, as well as KISS FM in the UK, 33 has also been expanding his audience through unique and hard hitting live shows, including playing at Rhythm and Vines, That Weekend, and Baseline festivals, as well as supporting Wilkinson.

Damage Control

Damage Control Hailing from Christchurch, Damage Control (aka Brookie Thorpe) has taken the local scene by storm putting in hours behind the decks.

Coming straight out of red light COVID restrictions to debut supporting local legends Truth, Witters, Crafty & State of Mind and internationals, LUUDE & Maduk, Gray & Kara, K Motionz, Bru-C, Ben Snow, Bunnshin and REAPER. Damage Control has also hit the big smoke, Auckland with her debut at Pointers on support for Codem and Wellington recently at Love Not Lost on support for Andromedik. She also played Re-Ori week alongside Aussies, Peking Duk and Stace Cadet. Damage Control had her Christchurch Arena debut in October on support for Sub Focus with his Circular Sound Tour alongside Krakota and Goddard.

With a big festival season ahead including Rolling Meadows and Golden Lights, she’s going full steam ahead into 2023.

DJ Spinal

It wouldn’t be ORI without the man, the myth, the legend - DJ SPINAL. He has been a staple over the past few years, throwing down bangers old and new to keep the students happy. Make sure you get your tickets to see this man in the flesh!


Fleet & Mont are a Christchurch based duo who met at their first year of uni at Mono Nights, competing in a first year DJ competition.

Since then, they have opened for heavy weights such as LUUDE, Vibe Chemistry, Alchemist, and local legends such as Willy Mav and much more. They have had a summer full of gigs and are ready to bring the heat to ORI ’23!


Fox has had a killer summer circuit - with key NYE slots at Rhythm & Alps, Twisted Frequency & Hidden Lakes, playing alongside some of the biggest DJs in the world.

She likes to take the crowd on ‘late night high-speed drives’, with sounds of the “Otautahi underground”, with her playfulness shining through her selections. A big fan of anything from garage, breaks, all the way to jungle and footwork, there is little Fox would shy away from - seamlessly working through genres as she sees fit.


Geo, also known as Georgia Wallace, is a name that has been making noise in the NZ Drum and Bass scene and has truly cemented herself as one of the most exciting producing and DJ talents in New Zealand since making her debut in 2020.

Her rise has been truly remarkable and stems from the high energy that she pours into her performances and DJ sets. Now dabbling in the music production side of things, her profile as an artist is set to grow even further towards the back end of 2022 and throughout 2023.

Geo’s personality and skills as a performer has seen her at some of New Zealand’s biggest events and festivals such as Rolling Meadows, Mayhem, Urban Jungle, and Summer Sounds.


Indecisive is a name now known to the Aotearoa & Ōtautahi scene, with her love for music she decided to dive into the realms of Drum and Bass. She enjoys playing a range of soulful, liquid beats as well as diving into heavier flavours with funky rolling basslines. Her inspirations to her music come from the likes of DLR, Alix Perez, Molecular, and Zero T.

Since arriving onto the scene Indecisive has played alongside artists such as Particle, Camo and Krooked, Workforce, Vibe Chemistry, Alcemist, and The Upbeats, as well as playing at festivals like Whiteout and Bay Dreams, she’ll be sure to get you grooving.

Listen to her on soundcloud and follow her on Instagram @paris_indecisive


8 years ago, fresh off the back of a cert. in DJING & Production, Bradford-born MAMII muscled her way into the scene & quickly became a familiar face across Christchurch’s CBD.

She has since become an esteemed wahine DJ & mentor in the 03 & has gone on to support artists such as Dillon Francis, AC13, Troyboi, Bru-C & Gentlemens Club - as well as major festivals around NZ including Rolling Meadows & Rhythm & Alps.

MAMII brings an authentic, energetic sound sewn deeply in her UK roots & curates’ eclectic selections of garage, grime, bassline & all things 4’4 for your dancing pleasure.


MCNILLA is a fresh name to the NZ DnB scene who has showcased his love for fast paced energetic & euphoric selections in the recent years

He has supported massive internationals such as Camo & Krooked, Culture Shock, Document one & Even had the opportunity to play in the UK at Lakota, Bristol

MCNILLA takes pride in sharing his love and passion for the music with crowds everywhere in the country which can be seen in every performance.


Only Clangs is a collective of 3 djs hailing from deep below the surface of the 03. Regulars at Hide + Flux, and fresh off the stage at Hidden Lakes, they’re ready to mix some Bass, Techno, Ukg, Breaks, Electro and Dubstep for your listening pleasure.


Real Estate represents the house music market. The music she leases to your ears is a selection of tribal, disco, tech and deep house music.

Like most artists, her passion for music came from an early introduction. Growing up with the sounds of early French House DJs like SuperDiscount and Bob Sinclar and various Jazz and African inspired artists such as Spearhead, Johnny Clegg and George Benson. This combo makes for an idiosyncratic sound that will keep you coming back.

While Real Estate is still early in her music career, her mixes so far combine boogie with bangers, and nothing makes her happier than seeing a crowd on their feet.


Tweed has become a familiar name in the Ōtautahi Christchurch Drum and Bass community. Known for his technical proficiency on 4-decks, he is now established nationwide having performed as the headline artist in all major centres and having supported some of the top international artists on their NZ tours.

Supported artists include A.M.C, Upgrade and AC13, Turno, Kanine, Tantrum Desire, K Motionz, Dimension, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and MUZZ

Tweed has also gained support on his unreleased & forthcoming music by several of the top domestic artists in NZ, including Sly Chaos, Poris and TwentyTwo.