The event will also see performances from Brambles, Luke Million, Discovery and FOURA.
Melbourne gaming festival DreamHack have dropped their EDM-heavy musical lineup for its 2023 event.
Set to perform at the huge event are local favourites Mashd N Kutcher, whose post-lockdown anthem Get On The Beers featuring Victorian Premier Dan Andrews became a cultural phenomenon back in 2020 - even making the triple j Hottest 100 for that year.
Off the back of its success, they released their Christmas book, Get On The Beers: A Christmas Story, which topped Amazon's Mover & Shaker Chart within 60 minutes of its release on the website and went on to become the highest-ranked book title within a 24-hour period this year.
The high-energy duo also recently returned with another sample-driven, festival-worthy remix of You’re The Voice, originally by John Farnham, which was met with major praise from fans.
The track was initially teased as a part of Will It Mash, a weekly segment on triple j. The premise of the segment was that Mashd N Kutcher have 24 hours to mash together a classic Australian vocal with another song or genre.
Joining Mashd N Kutcher on the DreamHack stage will be Melbourne-based DJ and producer, Jade Zoe, who is set to get the party started with her infectious beats and smooth mixing skills.
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The event will also feature experimental pop artist Brambles, producer Luke Million, Daft Punk tribute show Discovery and Melbourne 2-step artist FOURA.
But the music isn't the only attraction at DreamHack. The festival also offers a wide variety of gaming activities, from eSports tournaments to VR experiences to retro gaming lounges.
Attendees can compete against each other in games like Fortnite, Overwatch, and League of Legends, or try their hand at classic arcade games like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong.
The festival kicks off on Friday, 28th April until Saturday, 29th April at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. For more info on how to nab yourself a ticket, head to their website.