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Are you ready to dance the day away in that hot summer sun at Splash House June this weekend? pluko is setting the vibe right with this Spotify playlist!


One of the rising stars in the dance music scene right now will be taking his talents to Palm Springs this weekend and heating things up at Splash House. That’s right, pluko will be dominating the decks with his infectious tunes and his set will be one not to miss as he’s sure to move the crowd in just the right way.

Quickly transforming from bedroom producer to mainstage artist, pluko left a lasting impression on listeners in 2018 with the release of his album sixteen and flurry of sets that proved he was ready for the limelight. Riding that wave of success into 2019, he’s given us a new mixtape to listen to, Class XIX, that was produced, mixed, and mastered all by himself.

Now, with the summer months getting kicked into full gear, pluko has his sights set on bringing some of those signature vibes to Splash House. To get you ready for his set, he’s gifted us with a playlist of tunes that he’s fallen in love with for a taste of what’s to come from his performance this weekend.

“Here’s a lil compilation of all of the tunes that I’ve been vibing to so far this summer!!”

Stream pluko’s Splash House June 2019 Playlist on Spotify:


pluko’s Splash House June 2019 Playlist – Tracklist:

  1. Elohim – running
  2. Whethan, Jeremih – Let Me Take You (feat. Jeremih)
  3. Knapsack – Synth Grass
  4. Whereisalex – hopscotch.
  5. Mild Minds – Swim
  6. Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better
  7. CRi – Initial
  8. Jai Paul – BTSTU (Edit)
  9. Flume – Amber
  10. pluko – space coupe
  11. pluko – ily
  12. pluko, Nevve – need ya (feat. Nevve)
  13. MELVV, Manila Killa, Sophia Black – Right Side Up (feat. Manila Killa & Sophia Black)
  14. Mr. Carmack – Wagyu Beef 1
  15. underscores – moniker

Connect with pluko on Social Media:

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