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Although there may be plenty of events and shows happening around the festivities of Halloween, this one takes the cake. Our good friends over at Disco Donnie teamed up with Night Culture to bring some of the hottest names in the biz for a spooktacular festival at Sam Houston Race Park in Houston, Texas. The highly anticipated return of Something Wicked, on Saturday, October 26, marks for Texas’s largest Halloween electronic dance music festival and captures an experience that will be unforgettable along “a lineup of 20+ world-class artists, roaming costumed performers, Halloween decor, art, vendors and spooks and thrills at every turn.” (via Something Wicked). Keep reading to catch some of sets you most definitely will want to take advantage of, if planning to attend.

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Adventure Club

Dropping a huge electro house number, Adventure Club take no prisoners when this one drops. It feels almost primal, practically drawing the sweat from your body as you go all hands-in-the-air along to this big banger (via Do Androids Dance)

Crizzly
Crizzly’s unique vision of hip hop, trap, and bass has set himself apart from the crowd and become a destination at any festival that we are both attending. (via Jake)

Cyril Hahn

The track, which features vocals from Bounce-Worthy artist Shy Girls, is a summer-ready jam that incorporates a pulsating house beat and feather-light vocals. (via Soul Bounce)

Herobust

“She Know She Bad,” brings the bass back and with an extra punch. It has the flow of a massive trap tune, introduced with ominous chimes and symbols followed by a beat that’ll blow your speakers. (via ThisSongSlaps)

Ryan Hemsworth

Ryan Hemsworth, the fast-rising Halifax-bred cloud-rap producer, has remixed the group’s breakout regional hit “Bando,” turning its dizzy hooks into a blurry headrush of sensations. (via Stereo Gum)

Wolfgang Gartner

Although there aren’t any barks or snarling dog samples to be heard, there are some seriously intense and high-pitched stabs sitting on top of an undulating and abrasive electro bassline. Overall, a loud and lovely love-child of skill and sonic aggression from the two electro mavens. (via LessThan3)