Jurgen de Bree (22), better known as “Debris” is now traveling across the globe in Asia for a festival tour in Myanmar. In Mandalay, the first city he visited, he was the first international DJ that made dance fans jump on future house music. Debris has been extremely upcoming in the international dance scene for the past couple of months. After very succesful singles, support from big artists in the scene and many shows in Europe, it’s now time to turn the knobs in Asia.
From the 12th till the 16th of April 2016 the country is celebrating its new year. Part of is a lot of joy, water and music. Debris performs on multiple stages across the country. The fact his tour takes place in Myanmar is unique. The South-East Asian country is opening its doors after years of isolation. As more and more tourists enter the country, the Burmese state is developing rapidly. A result of that is the rise of dance music in Myanmar.
Like I wrote before the element water is an indispensable feature for the festivities. During the festival the streets are flooded and people dance and party like they have never before while their clothes are soaked with water.
Debris is no stranger to connect with crazy crowds. In the Netherlands he has been pretty active with gigs in a lot of different cities, but going abroad is something different. The people from Myanmar are so different when it comes to partying than your average European. It is fascinating to see everyone going completely mental when they hear electronic music busting trough the speakers. People from all different ages visit the gigs as well.
Debris on Facebook
We are following the entire tour on Facebook and we are very proud to see our buddy Debris doing this well. Seeing the people dance passionate on future house tracks makes us want to visit the country as well. The vibes in Asia are just on another level and because of this I really believe there is a big gap in the market for the music industry. People love EDM and for dj’s like Debris it is a great way to give the locals a taste of his own music.
If you want to check more about the tour don’t hesitate to follow Debris on Facebook. You can follow the whole tour from there. If you want to see more things behind the scenes add debrismusic on Snapchat as well!