Top 10 Can't-Miss Sets At Deep Tropics 2023

Deep Tropics

| July 27, 2023

Welcome to the ultimate music guide to Deep Tropics 2023, where sonic enchantment meets sun-kissed paradise! As the anticipation for this year's hottest music festival reaches its peak, we have curated an exclusive list of the top 10 can't-miss sets that are going to ignite the stage and electrify the crowd.

From chart-topping headliners to emerging talents, prepare to be swept away by a diverse melting pot of genres and an ambiance that transcends the limits of happiness. Dive into an unforgettable adventure amidst the breathtaking backdrop of Deep Tropics – a tropical oasis where the beats never stop and memories are etched forever.

Check out iEDM's Top 10 Can't-Miss Sets At Deep Tropics 2023 below.


10) Sonny Fodera

Sonny Fodera, Deep Tropics

Since bursting out onto the EDM circuit at the age of 23, Australian-born, London-based Sonny Fodera has built an empire of a brand and musical identity. His infectious house anthems, filled with euphoric vocals and groovy basslines, have topped the biggest charts, such as “Turn Back Time” with Diplo.

Additionally, Sonny is the founder of prominent house label Solotoko, which has evolved into an idolized fashion, lifestyle, and event brand since launching in Ibiza in 2017. Lately, Sonny has been on a tear, playing at the most prestigious venues, from The Brooklyn Mirage (which iEDM had a blast at) to Coachella


9) Ravenscoon

Ravenscoon, Deep Tropics

From the innovative mind of Paul Conversano, Ravenscoon is hands down one of the most thrilling acts in bass music right now. No genre goes untouched throughout his productions and mind-bending sets, where elements of dubstep, trance, rap, trap, d&b, and more are woven together.

Ravenscoon just announced his debut headline 'The Periphery Tour' along with the forthcoming release of his concept album that he has been working on since 2019. Even though his Deep Tropics set takes place before the start of the tour, attendees can expect to hear his electrifying unreleased IDs.


8) Coco & Breezy

Coco & Breezy, Deep Tropics

Bridging together the realms of fashion, culture, and music, Coco & Breezy are truly a one-of-a-kind duo. These stylish twins developed a deep passion for dance and electronic music at a young age, growing their skill sets to the highest of levels and letting their creativity blossom. 

“We are all about good energy and bringing that vibe – it's what we do”, they say. This statement is synonymous with the positive atmosphere at Deep Tropics, presenting a match made in heaven. Get ready for a set and stage presence that will put an irremovable smile on your face!


7) Justin Hawkes

Justin Hawkes, Deep Tropics

Like the previous, another artist who is denies the existence of genre and their standard boundaries is Justin Hawkes. He has made an exponential rise to stardom so far this decade with exhilarating anthems like his country and drum & bass-infused “Better Than Gold”, featuring Andrew Hellier.

Known for his hair-raising style of production, Justin has earned support from Andy C, RL Grime, Porter Robinson, Sub Focus, and other iconic veterans. He plans on holding nothing back during his emphatic Deep Tropics set.


6) SG Lewis

SG Lewis, Deep Tropics

SG Lewis is not only a generational prodigy, he has cemented his status as one of the most sought after producers and live performers. Collaborating with the likes of Elton John, Aluna, and Khalid, to name a few, SG Lewis's signature sound ranges across all frequencies and sonic landscapes that music has to offer.

In addition to headlining shows across the world, he has delivered countless anthems, such as “Chemicals”, “Experience”, and “Throwaway” with Clairo. This year has been monumental for SG Lewis, encompassing the release of his album AudioLust & HigherLove, which takes listeners on an immersive auditory journey.

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5) Simon Doty

Simon Doty, Deep Tropics

When you think of deep, melodic, and progressive house, the first label that comes to mind is Anjunadeep. When you think of Anjunadeep and its stacked roster, one of the first artists that comes to mind is superstar DJ-producer hybrid Simon Doty.

Initially inspired and influenced by musical innovators like Joris Voorn, Eelke Kleihn, and Carl Cox, these top-notch artists have now become some of Simon's biggest supporters. Simon is famous for letting his music do the talking, evident throughout his newest riveting LP, Universal Language. Check out his spellbinding album mix below.


4) LP Giobbi

LP Giobbi, Deep Tropics

A trailblazer who needs no introduction: Deep Tropics is proud to host LP Giobbi. She quickly has proven to be a mixed bag of talent, boasting a dedicated fan base from her antics in production, DJing, and as a pianist and activist. 

Her devotion to making our planet a better, more accepting environment, LP Giobbi has earned her 100 million-plus streams, along with being named Spotify's EQUAL Ambassador and Spotify RADAR's Artist to Watch. Beyond her role as the founder of benevolent nonprofit and imprint FEMME HOUSE, LP Giobbi is still hot off her mesmerizing May album, Light Places.



INZO, Deep Tropics

Third on our list is the epitome of musical experimentation. Take just 20 minutes to dive through INZO's vast library of reality-distorting masterpieces and you'll discover that he is an unprecedented sound engineer.

Having shared the stage with Adventure Club, Jauz, Alesso, Zeds Dead, GRiZ, Martin Garrix, SLANDER, and more, INZO's artistic identity has no parameters and his music follows no rules; that is why it is so magnificent. His brand-new album Earth Magic is perfect for Deep Tropics and the setting it provides. 


2) TroyBoi

TroyBoi, Deep Tropics

In regard to the debate on the king of trap, there really is no discussion. TroyBoi has seized the crown which his trance-inducing basslines and alluring use of effects. The TroyBoi experience is one that every music enthusiast must go through, overflowing with hard-hitting beats, lights, visual, and surprises. 

However, it comes as no surprise that this prolific artist has teamed up with the household acts of Diplo, Justin Bieber, and other, along with an official remix of Billie Eilish's “MyBoi” that has racked up over 100 million streams on Spotify alone. TroyBoi is determined to throw it down when he hits center stage at Deep Tropics, where he is guaranteed to mix in tracks from his latest EP, Say Less.


1) Gorgon City

Gorgon City, Deep Tropics

At the #1 spot for Deep Tropics' can't-miss artists, it was imperative that Gorgon City is the nominee. Made up of the forward-thinking Realm Records' label bosses of Kye Gibbon and Matt Robson, Gorgon is praised in every region far and wide for their seamless mixing abilities.

Just as crucial as DJing prowess is song selection and production; it is no secret that Matt and Kye possess this trifecta. Nearly all artist dream of reaching 1.5 billion streams, but for Gorgon City this milestone represents an early chapter on the road to their historic future endeavors. Feel free to get lost in their few-day-old second studio album, but trust us when we say that nothing will triumph head-bobbing to these gems live at Deep Tropics.


Check out Deep Tropic 2023's full lineup below:

Deep Tropics


Photos courtesy of Deep Tropics and the selected artists.


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Fueled by his passion for EDM, Connor’s life revolves around dance music and its ability to bring people together. Raised in upstate New York, Connor was deprived of festivals and raves until he attended Florida State University, where he was instantly hooked. Fast-forward to today and Connor has become a house and melodic techno DJ, an avid EDM-based interviewer and writer, and has worked PR for the likes of Matroda, Bleu Clair, and other new-wave house icons.

Outside of music, Connor loves pretty much any sport (huge Knicks, Yankees, and NY Giants fan), going on hikes, traveling, and food. Based in Florida, there’s a good chance you will eventually run into Connor at one of the popular festivals and clubs throughout the state.

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