Day One: Tame Impala, Odesza, Jamie xx, Madeon, Malaa, Shaun Frank, Swim Deep
Day Two: The Cure, Grimes, Daughter, The Wombats, Skylar Spence, The Twilight Sad, Reeps One, Blajk
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