*The One to Watch*
17, opening the main stage on Sunday night is dance music's Timothée Chalamet.
Mack Bartsch, from Houston.
This will be her second show ever. (Her debut was with founding generation techno artist Richie Hawtin.) Not many 14-year-old girls ask for Moog analog synthesizers for their birthday, the large hardware that makes her home studio look like the 1970s Dharma hatch from "Lost."
"Most people think that I have a dad that got me into electronic music, but that's not true," she told The Party Report. "When I was eight, I heard a track on a Top 40 radio station, and the sounds blew my mind." Five years later, she would discover that the tune was Deadmau5's "Ghosts n' stuff."