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What The Festival 2015 Artist To Watch For: StéLouse

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SteLouse rocking out in his hometown, Denver, CO.

In a music industry that’s driven by genres and sub genres, it’s refreshing to find an artist that creates music solely by what speaks to his heart and doesn’t bound himself to the walls of a certain sound. You may be asking yourself at this moment: who could this artist possibly be? His name is Ross Ryan, but you may know him as StéLouse (‘Stay Loose’).

Based out of Denver, StéLouse came to life in 2013 and in these two short years, Ryan has worked tirelessly to make waves in the ever- growing dance music world. With two EPs under his belt; Home and The City and support from major artists such as Kill Paris, Bassnectar, and Adventure Club, he has definitely made a splash in the pool of EDM.

The hype around a festival is often based off of the big names on the lineup. What the Festival 2015 has certainly given us some major names, but we can’t forget about all of the other talented artists out there. If you are interested in sets from GRiZ, Odesza and Big Gigantic, then StéLouse should definitely be an artist on your ‘must see’ list!

Stay connected with StéLouse by following him on Facebook, and don’t forget to buy your What the Festival tickets now!

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I am a lover of all things bass, but funk is what truly holds my heart. Get the tunes rolling and I'll be dancing until the break of dawn. Zumba instructor in my spare time, rollerblading enthusiast, known to rave with cardboard cutouts of GRiZ, non-creepily.....

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