KLWP returns to KL w/ W&W, Sub Zero Project, Dada Life & More!

The third edition of the Kuala Lumpur Warehouse Project (KLWP) is just around the corner, happening this weekend (January 26th and 27th) and will be staged at the KL Base SG Besi over two days. The line-up features 8 renowned international acts including Progressive Trance duo W&W from The Netherlands, Swedish Progressive House DJ, producer & songwriter Kaaze, Dutch Hardstyle producer duo Sub Zero Project, Stefan Engblom from absurdist Swedish deejay duo & producers Dada Life, French Techno deejay & producer Nico Moreno, Spanish Techno DJ & composer Fatima Hajji, Russian dance music duo Zapravka and ultra energetic Romanian Techno deejay Nusha

The local lineup will once again feature local legends Chukiess & Whackboi, as well as Yusef Kifah, Ramsey WestwoodRasztootenYonn & Smash, Nick Leon & Devo Wayne, and Cassie D, among many others. The second stage – Orizon Stage – will also feature 13 upcoming local acts.

KLWP is strategically located in Kuala Lumpur, an easy-access location for urban travelers and music lovers from Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and the rest of Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur is an exciting city that is an inexpensive and vibrant tourist attraction and travel destination.

Where is KLWP Festival 2024 hosted in Malaysia and how to get there?

The festival takes place at the KL Base SG Besi in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The nearest stations are Chan Sow Lin MRT & LRT. It is also possible to simply get a Grab from pretty much anywhere around Kuala Lumpur to get to the festival.

What kind of music can you expect at KLWP Festival 2024?

For the third edition of the festival, KLWP offers a blend of EDM, Progressive Trance, Progressive House, Hardstyle, and Techno music on two stages, the main stage and the Orizon stage. Please check out the line-ups for each stage along with the floor plans below.

Everything you need to know about KLWP Festival 2024

After two highly successful editions in 2023, the Kuala Lumpur Warehouse Project (KLWH) returns with its third edition on the 26th & 27th of January 2024, with what is expected to be an even bigger and more prominent suite of international acts. While the inaugural first edition saw around 4,000 partygoers raving about the event at the Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena with the high-octane second edition setting fire to the incredible Mega Star Arena with close to 5000 revelers, the two-day third edition is expected to more than double the number of attendees, hence the move to the larger capacity KL Base Sungei Besi in Bandar Malaysia, this 26th & 27th January 2024. The highly successful and well-received electronic dance music festival series will once again be organized by Leo Global Link Sdn Bhd and promises an even more elaborate and much more thrilling one than the previous editions. They will be striving hard to provide a unique and unforgettable experience for all attendees and are confident that KLWP 3.0 should exceed your expectations, once again.

In his welcome address, KLWP Project Director Faizal Baba spoke about the major differences between the first two editions and their latest incarnation.

“KLWP 3.0 will not only be held outdoors but at a larger venue to ensure a more festival-like atmosphere. It is expected to draw at least 10,000 revelers over the two days. It will feature not one but two stages – the Main Stage which will feature the 8 international acts and 6 local acts and the supplementary Orizon Stage, which will feature a total of 13 local acts,” expressed Faizal.

“We not only intend to make KLWP a musically engaging festival, we aim to make it a visually invigorating experience for all attendees. That’s why we will be featuring for the first time in the world, the newly launched 120 Watt laser which can project up to 5km. Three of these new lasers will accompany sixteen 40 Watt & four 15 Watt lasers to create a spectacular never-seen-before light show at KLWP 3.0,” beamed Faizal.

“Also presenting their live Psychedelic show featuring a combination of four genres – Rawstyle, Uptempo , Hard Tech , Raw Kick – for the very first time in Asia will be the incredible Sub Zero Project. We are also pleased to present for the very first time, the very much in demand Russian social media sensations Zapravka, performing for the very first time outside of their home country,” enlightened a delighted Faizal.

“We are privileged once again to have some of the best deejay producers in the world gracing our shores at an even bigger and more festival-like venue, and to continue entertaining Malaysian and regional party-goers in a safe and conducive environment,” chirped in Leo Global Link’s CEO Dato’ Muthalagan enthusiastically.

“We have a very capable, knowledgeable, and experienced team handling all aspects of KLWP. They have been at it for many years and have put together many successful EDM events in the past including the last 2 KLWP editions,” concluded Dato’ Muthalagan.

Full ticketing details and legitimate tickets will only be available from Ticket Melon:


Doors to the event will open at 5.00 pm.

Attendees will need to be at least 18 years old on the date of the event and will be asked for photo ID as proof of age. Anyone below the age of 18 years old on the date of the event will not be allowed into the venue.

Ticket holders will need to redeem their tickets for wristbands to gain entry to the event. These wristbands must be worn at all times and those found without wristbands will be asked to leave the venue. Attendees are responsible for their wristbands and lost wristbands will not be replaced.

Guests will need to produce the following at the wristband redemption counter to redeem their wristband(s):

– The e-ticket(s) in print or digital form

– A copy of your valid photo ID or passport matching the customer name on the ticket(s).

Key sponsors to KLWP 3.0 include the soon-to-be-opened Space Plus Kuala Lumpur and Mate Mate, the next-generation, all-natural energy drink.

Returning once again to support KLWP 3.0 as their official media partners are Rentak Sejuta and Selebriti Online.

Get to know the artists that will perform @ KLWP Festival 2024


Dutch deejay’s Willem van Hanegem and Ward van der Harst came together to form W&W in 2007, and haven’t looked back since. They began their careers by producing trance music, before venturing into big room house and other forms of EDM. After producing trance for five years, W&W founded their record label called Mainstage Music, and became active in the big room house scene. This was followed by the release of their commercial breakthrough “Bigfoot” in 2014. In 2017, they returned to their original trance style with the NWYR (pronounced “new year”) project. Their record label Mainstage changed its name to Rave Culture at the end of 2018, focusing on a wider variety of genres.

They have since transcended the boundaries of genres and traversed the world with their globally acclaimed music and iconic live performances, becoming one of the most sought-after duos the world of electronic music has to offer. Known for their energetic music and energetic festival sets, W&W have been dominating dance floors and festivals across the globe for years on end. Voted #18 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll in 2022, and kept their spot in the Top 20 for the last 9 years. They continually perform at leading festivals all over the globe like Tomorrowland, Ultra, EDC, Creamfields, and more, as well as headlining their tours worldwide; even breaking the world record in China playing 24 shows in 27 days.

W&W are known for combining the uplifting and melodic elements of Trance with the raw intensity of Electro and Progressive House, creating a unique and rebellious sound that is undoubtedly their own.

W&W continue to prove their status as innovators and taste-makers in the scene under their alias NWYR, where they release blistering productions and live sets from their trance-inspired roots. They also curate music for their community-driven label, Rave Culture, which includes hosting their bi-weekly radio show on various broadcasting stations, which has gained them over 300,000 listeners per show with extensive coverage.

The duo were the first-ever act to perform an XR augmented reality livestream back in 2020. The success of this stream allowed for the growth of their concept Rave Culture Live, an episodic event taking place at their custom-designed AI venue known as Club Mythic. Reaching hundreds of thousands of fans when events were shut down during the pandemic, W&W created a platform to showcase their skills in DJing and productions for everyone to see.

Clocking in over 60 shows a year, and racking up over 10 million followers across social media platforms, there is no doubt that W&W are pioneers in the main stage electronic dance music scene. Now shifting into a new phase with a tidal wave of fresh productions and incinerating live sets, the rise of their Rave Culture label and the impact of their NWYR alias, W&W are transcending boundaries in their own, signature style and cementing their place as one of dance music’s top acts.


Mick Kastenholtbtter known as KAAZE is a Swedish DJ, producer, and songwriter, who has been carving out his place in the realm of progressive house. With ongoing support from some of the largest figures in the scene, his star-studded career is awash with dream-like collaborations and melodic anthems. 

It all began when an early demo he produced was picked up by none other than Tiësto. KAAZE joined the superstar at Summerburst Festival in 2012, before signing with Tiësto’s Red Light Management group in 2014. But it was his long-running collaboration with Hardwell that swept him into the bright lights. KAAZE remixed his song ‘Echo’ and went on to release his own high-flying solo single, ‘Tell Me’, on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings label in 2016.

Fast forward a few years, and his 2020 single ‘Sweet Mistake’ amassed eight million listens on Spotify, and he recently released the latest volume in his three-track EP series, ShowKaaze. He’s currently working on his second artist album.

Sub Zero Project

Sub Zero Project is a Dutch hardstyle producer duo, consisting of Thomas Velderman and Nigel Coppen, most known for making the Qlimax 2018 anthem “The Game Changer”. They are the youngest Qlimax anthem makers in history.

Sub Zero Project is best known for their hits ‘Darkest Hour’, ‘Our Church’, ‘Halo’ and ‘Trip To Mars’.

They have performed at Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Defqon.1 Festival, Ultra Music Festival, Ultra Australia, Medusa Sunbeach Festival, and Qlimax, and have worked with artists such as; Timmy Trumpet, W&W, Hardwell, Vini Vici, Coone, Da Tweekaz, and Headhunterz.

Dada Life

Dada Life is a Swedish DJ duo formed in 2006, which consists of Olle Cornéer and Stefan Engblom. They have released three albums, a number of singles and remixes, and one compilation. The duo had early chart success in Belgium and the Netherlands, while their second album The Rules of Dada reached the Billboard 200. They are known for their humor during their live performances, while their name is a homage to the absurdist movement of the early twentieth century.  They have released two audio plugins programmed by Tailored Noise: Endless Smile, a drop editor plugin, and Sausage Fattener, a saturator.

Unfortunately, due to health reasons, Cornéer has stopped touring and will not be joining Engblom at KLWP 3.0, but the duo will continue to produce music together in the studio. Engblom will carry the Dada Life flag on tour.

Nico Moreno

Nico Moreno, real name Nicolas Bloche is a French techno DJ and producer from Caen, known for his successful techno tracks, such as Purple Widow and Insolent Rave. His music style is known for its fast techno with precise and punching kicks. He started producing music at 20 and has built an impressive and successful discography. On Spotify, Purple Widow (2020) has had over 8 million streams, Insolent Rave (2020) has over 3 million streams, and Techno Crari (2021) has over 2 million streams.

Moreno has already had some fantastic performances as the fresh face in the techno scene. The DJ has also played at prominent venues such as Klokgebouw, Eindhoven, Maassilo Rotterdam, and BASIS, Utrecht. He has taken the techno scene by storm and has played at festivals such as By the Creek & Verknipt and has released tracks for his label Insolent Rave Records and other labels, such as Techno Germany Records, Gomboc Records, Blvckplvgue, Grounded, Raven Sigh, Deep Heat Records, Wrongnotes, Bradys Records, Etruria Beat, and more. Artists such as Rebekah, Paula Temple, Perc, SHDW & Obscure Shape, Luca Agnelli, and many others have supported the DJ.

Fatima Hajji

Spanish techno deejay, composer, and entrepreneur Fatima Hajji has led the dance music scene for nearly two decades now. Step by step she has managed wisely to establish herself as an artist, not only in Spain but also in the rest of Europe. Every time the electrifying deejay gets on stage in front of an audience or locks herself in the recording studio, she transmits it with extreme facility. She possesses a great talent on selecting club music (muscled electronic sounds) and has incredible skills in the mix. It is especially remarkable when she is confronting a packed dance floor when the ‘magic button light’ goes on leading to an innate symbiosis with the crowd.

Hajji who is of Arabic descent runs her label platform SILVER M and also promotes some events under the same name in places like Ibiza, Amsterdam, and Barcelona. She’s in steadfast love with the fireproof Techno music genre, from its analog and classical roots through the most contemporary sounds combining all with ancestral sounds. She’s a specialist in bringing up her deep African origins and stands for freshness, audacity, and ruthless grooves, the ideal medicine for having fun.

Some of the festivals she has performed at include Awakenings, Verknipt, Solar, Decibel, Free Your Mind (The Netherlands); Tomorrowland, Liberty White (Belgium); Nature One, Toxicator, Electric City (Germany); Monegros, Electrobeach, Aquasella, Medusa, Electrosonic, Dreambeach, Weekendbeach, 4Every1 (Spain); Eco Festival (Slovenia), Elektrobotik, Impact (France), Far Away (Peru), Dreambeach (Chile) and Opera (Italy).

It is also impossible to ignore her as she has been on the decks of clubs like the legendary Tresor (Berlin), Lehmann, X Club or Harry Klein in Germany; Florida 135, Fabrik, Razzmatazz, Row 14, Input, LAB or Industrial Copera in Spain; Inox Club, BT59 or La Villa Rouge in France;  Gashouder, Maassilo, Paradiso, Thuishaven, Toffler, Basis, Factory 010 and Depot in The Netherlands. Dolcevita, Golden Gate, Woodstock, Brancaleone or Cube in Italy,  Vagabond and Mute Colombia, Crobar Argentina, La Feria Chile, Foro Normandie in Mexico, Closr in Beirut, and Jenja Bali. Fátima has traveled and performed in countries such as the Czech Republic, U.K., Belgium, Portugal, Hungary, Slovenia, Ireland, Venezuela, Bulgaria, Croatia, Brazil, Colombia, Bosnia, Slovakia, Serbia, Sweden, UK, Perú, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, India, U.A.E., Lebanon, Tunisia, Qatar, Indonesia, Morocco, and finally here in Malaysia.

Her childlike spontaneity, explosive show, and party feeling promise to continue breaking down boundaries.


Russian Federation-born in-demand electronic and dance musicians ZAPRAVKA are brilliant. Their music is an absolute delight for the ears and is known for its distinctive fusion of electronic sounds with catchy dance songs. ZAPRAVKA has quickly risen to the top of the electronic music field due to their love for making music that uplifts and inspires.

Their music is distinguished by its contagious rhythms and memorable hooks, which come together to provide an unmistakable sound that is upbeat and energizing. They have a strong ear for striking the ideal balance between melody and rhythm and are masters at using synthesizers and electronic beats.

The love that ZAPRAVKA has for electronic and dance music is evident in their songs. They consistently push the boundaries of what is possible because they have their finger on the pulse of the most recent trends in the field, producing music that is both avant-garde and exciting. ZAPRAVKA is undoubtedly an artist to watch in the electronic music scene. They have a growing fan following and a reputation for putting on spectacular live performances.

Although they may not be ranked on major deejay charts, they are quite the sensations on social media platforms having won over many fans globally, making them the most well-known performers in Russia.


A woman at the top of her game is the unique Romanian female artiste Nusha, who has been involved in the techno scene since 2007. She has experimented and refined her musical taste throughout the years by sharing stages with well-known techno legends and playing some of the greatest techno festivals across the world. She is groomed by experience and has developed her signature sound which never seems to fail!

Her sets are powerful, and energetic and standing still is not an option. After you have entered the dance floor, be ready for a solidarity environment where positive vibes are being shared between ravers.

In the studio, she is just as passionate. Nusha creates her unique style, blending acid techno beats with hard kicks and hypnotic melodies. Once in a while, she will give you her vocal statements like, “Chaos”, “Addiction” & “Serenity”.

She is regularly to be found on Autektone, FeChrome, and Dolma Records, which are a perfect match.

Nusha is moving towards the next chapter in her dynamic career, creating positive chaos on the dance floors around the globe. If you wanna dance till your shoes cry, you must be one with Nusha!

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