Triad Dragons add bass-heavy headliner to Skylab 2012: Mission Blackout at the Coliseum

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If you haven't consumed enough electronic music this summer already, brace yourself: There's more on tap this fall. Plenty more. Triad Dragons have just let us know about another bass-heavy headliner they've added to the roster of acts already slated to perform at Skylab 2012: Mission Blackout. The eighteenth edition of the crew's annual dance festival is set to go down on Saturday, September 22, at the Denver Coliseum. Page down to see who's been added to the already stacked lineup.

Fresh from the Triad Dragons crew, we just received word that Tel Aviv-born producer and DJ Borgore has been added to Skylab 2012's bill, a lineup that already includes Porter Robinson, Gareth Emery, Zedd, Andy C, Downlink, Armanni Reign, Dragon, Ecotek, JonTron, Fury, Trajikk and Kevin Alves. This is just the first wave of announcements. Keep it locked on Backbeat for word on more acts to be announced in the coming weeks.

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