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‘Must’ to Go Clubbing with Aziatix, House Rulez, The Koxx and More

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2012.08.03 14:40 Mwave Erika Kim

Mnet Yoon Do Hyun’s Must is turning into a club!

Must will be getting down on the dance floor with electronic music, the genre chosen to represent August in Mnet’s Music Campaign. The show will feature a wide variety of electronic mixes, including hip-hop, retro, R&B and rock.

‘Must’ to Go Clubbing with Aziatix, House Rulez, The Koxx and More

The first performance will be taken over by the biggest group in electronic, House Rulez. The three-member group plans to put onstage dance, saxophone and DJ’ing performances that use electronic sounds.

MC Sniper will follow, and rap out Smile Again to House Rulez’s DJ’ing. On the day of the shoot, MC Sniper plunged the audience in excitement, filling up every nook and cranny of the stage with its new electronic hip-hop performance.

The electronic retro portion of the performance is also expected to gather much interest. Kim Hyun Jung, the female singer who swept the charts in the 90s, will be collaborating with Korea’s first DJ Asia Champion, DJ Pandol. DJ Pandol will rearrange Kim Hyun Jung’s hits Separation with Her and Bruise into sleek new electronic singles.

Aziatix, the group that gathered popularity overseas for its mix of R&B and electronic, and the electronic rock band The KOXX will then wrap up the party with their own feats onstage.

The producers of Must said, “The audience and staff all wrapped up the shoot nicely, drunk with electronic music as if they were really at a club. Even those viewers who aren’t familiar with electronic music will be able to find out just what is so attractive about it through Must.”

The episode will air on August 4.

Photo credit: Mnet

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