Grandtheft cooks up an eclectic pregame soundtrack ahead of Holy Ship! 12.0
Toronto native and vastly accomplished DJ/producer Grandtheft has carved out a unique lane for himself in the electronic fast lane through his mesmerizing and genre-bending bass flavor. From reworks for pop music icons such as Rihanna and Katy Perry to chart-topping originals through Diplo’s iconic Mad Decent imprint, Grandtheft has continued to build on his veteran-status foundation over the course of just a handful of years in the circuit. With another calendar in the books, packed with singles including a recent release on Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats, Grandtheft is showing zero indications of deceleration in his ever-adapting ability in the studio.
As the countdown to Holy Ship!‘s 12.0 excursion officially dwindles down under the one month mark, Grandtheft is set to board the festival cruise line alongside fellow revered electronic acts, NGHTMRE, A-Trak, Valentino Khan and many more. Arriving on the scene just before the holiday season to aptly prepare future Holy Ship! attendees for the madness that is surely to ensue, Grandtheft has recently curated an exclusive playlist on Spotify for the Dancing Astronaut faithful.
Grandtheft’s selection solidifies his status as a must-see act come this January’s voyage as he gifts a wide variety of rowdy, idiosyncratic tracks including “Hey Pablo,” via Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo’s recent Anti Up project, “In The Zone” off Jauz’s debut album, as well as a handful of Grandtheft’s own certifiably off-the-wall productions.