LP Giobbi

LP Giobbi is getting everyone in that HARD state of mind with the latest official mixtape to drop before the festival this summer!


LP Giobbi is an artist quickly rising through the ranks and there is no clearly nothing slowing her down in 2019. Having already released two solid tech-house tracks so far this year, “Slither In” and “Dejala Pasar”, that shows off her sound, her blend of catchy vocals and creative instrumentation has kept crowds dancing all summer long. She also has an EP on the way to gift us with even more sonic goodness from her studio as well.

Related: Looking for more sounds to get you hyped up for HARD Summer this year? Check out Kaivon’s HSMF19 Official Mixtape!

No stranger to the stage, LP Giobbi has taken crowds on a ride with sets at Moogfest while also touring extensively with SOFI TUKKER last year as well. Set to join the duo again in the fall, she has a pit stop at HARD Summer Music Festival for a set that will surely show off her unique, artistic style for all to witness. To get you prepped for what’s in store, she’s put together a mixtape that will have you grooving from start to finish and marking her off as a must-see at the festival this year.

If you’re looking for a set that will keep you dancing at HARD Summer this year, don’t sleep on LP Giobbi! A limited amount of tickets to HSMF19 are still up for grabs, secure yours TODAY via FrontGate Tickets.


Stream HSMF19 Official Mixtape Series: LP Giobbi on SoundCloud:


“I wanted to create a journey that started in heaven and ended in hell. My set often follows a similar journey so I used the HARD mix as an opportunity to be really focused on how to get from gospel piano house to big room tribal tracks. It was a challenge and taught me a lot. I’m excited to take the HARD audience on a similar journey when I play for them live.”

-LP Giobbi

LP Giobbi HSMF19


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Ian, a festival fanatic, has been following the dance music scene for a decade now. Starting his journey listening to the great electronic minds like Skrillex and Deadmau5, he has been listening to many artists from various genres from bass music to trap, appreciating the work of each artist in their own respect. Ian has attended over twenty festivals and solo headliner shows, including Ultra Music Festival in Miami and EDC Las Vegas. Beyond his love for dance music, Ian is also a current UCLA student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology.

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