Fresh from a record breaking series of sold out Australian festivals, Future Music Festival spreads its wings to Asia in March 2012, taking along all the endless fun, energy and forward thinking sounds that Australian music fans have come to know and love. The destination of choice for its debut is, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

The question is, are you ready for this? Are you?

The Chemical Brothers

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Renowned for their ubiquitous, explosive big beat electronic sounds and epic live shows, there are few bigger acts in the world today than UK pioneers, The Chemical Brothers. Visuals, mind-blowing graphics and epic cinematography; every industry has a benchmark, and in the world of live electronic music event, it’s The Chemical Brothers – no ifs, no buts. Get set to push the button all over again

Tinie Tempah

UK rap superstar Tinie Tempah, hit the ground running with his monster underground anthem and debut single “Wifey” back in 2006. Having already scooped the pool with Best Breakthrough Act and Best Single Chimes at the iconic 2011 Brit Awards, and received a nomination for the prestigious Mercury Prize. The sky’s the limit for this relentless hero.

The Wombats

The Wombats are an established and forward-thinking indie rock phenomenon. This musically gifted trio with a well-crafter penchant for the glorious leftfield has gone on to wow the planet with three unique and evocative EP’s- A Guide to LoveLoss & DesperationThe Wombats and their latest offering, This Modern Glitch and cache of hit records, including “Backfire at the Disco”, “Let’s Dance to Joy Division”, and “Tokyo (Vampires and Wolves)”. The Wombats are, quite simply, not to be missed

Chase & Status

With two stunning albums to their name ( 2009’s More Than A Lot and 2010’s No More Idols, which went platinum in the UK), an arsenal of tracks which boasts the killer likes of “Blind Faith”, “Pieces”, “Hurt You”, “End Credits”, “Let You Go”, and “Hypest Hype”, and top billing festivals all over the planet, Chase & Status are at the top of their game.

Flo Rida

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The madness began in 2008 with Flo Rida asking everyone to get “Low” with him. The single that featured T-Pain, reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100. His journey to worldwide success continues with the release of R.O.O.T.S (Route of Overcoming the Struggle), featuring the massive club hit, “Round”. And let’s not forget the monster hit, “Club Can’t Handle Me”. That track alone garnered him over a hundred million Youtube views!

Of course you’re waiting to hear who else is coming to rock Sepang International Circuit on the 17th of March (Saturday):

You are not ready for this. But you know you have to be there.

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