22 High-Voltage Tracks by MAHNUDFAIFAHH Festival Lineup
Charge up your hype gauge for the electronic music festival with electrifying tracks from Thai & international artists!
If you’re a follower of the Thai electronic music scene, we bet you can’t wait for when the artists can showcase their best works. Whether you’re excited for up-and-coming acts or the big-names of the industry who rarely do live shows, here’s your chance to see them all.
Get ready for electrifying entertainment at MAHNUDFAIFAHH - Thailand’s original electronic music festival. Brought to you by Heavy Organizer, the event is set to take place at JJ Mall on October 5 (Sat).
You can expect a lineup of almost a dozen artists, covering a wide range of genres. These talented acts will bring the stage to life from the evening and into the late night.
First up is J.K. Bua - an indie-pop artist with a playful streak of synth-pop sounds. Then, prepare for the beastly rave act, S.O.L.E., whose high-energy performance will make you lose yourself to a whole new kind of breakneck beats.
Next, enjoy a show by the duo DCNXTR and their unique mix of house, techno, and dream-pop. After that, get ready for Funky Wah Wah, a pioneer among Thai electronic music producers. He returns this year with a new album, Synthderella, which will be featured live for the first time at the festival stage.
Other names include the electronic pop band TELEx TELEXs. Many of their hits, such as “Shibuya”, “Labelle”, and “B2B”, have gained millions of views on YouTube. Mahajamreon, joined by DJ Suharit Siamwalla, is also bringing an original mix of rock, progressive rock, new music, and old-school alternative.
You might know Cyndi Seui as the producer behind many famous Thai artists such as Lomosonic, Palmy, and Stamp Apiwat. He’s also the founder of the Kitsch Cat record label, which continues to produce fresh and creative tunes.
The Photo Sticker Machine is a producer and musician who co-founded the indie label Hualampong Riddim. Don’t miss the live performance of his best tracks “134340”, “Mai Nae Jai”, and “Khor Bork”.
Also joining the stage is the band Kidnappers, a well-loved name among electronic pop fans. They’ve been a mainstay of the Thai music industry for over 20 years.
Last but definitely not least is the festival headliner - Discovery. The Australian duo pulls inspiration from Daft Punk’s music and presentation for their electrofunk-disco sounds. The unmistakable style has earned them several tours around the world.
If you’re still on the fence about joining the party, let us convince you with a playlist of 22 electronic beats from the lineup. Get ready to see them all on the stage at MAHNUDFAIFAHH Festival!
Tickets are selling for 1,200 THB each. Grab yours now on The Concert app or website as well as AllTicket at all 7-Elevens.
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