Photo by: Jesse Dean

EDM festival Tomorrowland is famous for its “unique” approach to set design.

Depending on your outlook, the festival’s art direction is either the pinnacle of EDM’s dubious achievements or something that looks like it was built out of discarded theme park materials. As DJ Tech Tools notes, this attention to detail even extends to the equipment the DJs use behind the booth.

In order to reflect the fantasy look of the festival, Tomorrowland this year commissioned a set of customised CDJs and DJM-900 from Los Angeles-based designer Jesse Dean. Sporting wood veneer and brass effect plating, they look pretty steampunk – check a few pictures below or browse the full gallery at Facebook.

Elsewhere at Tomorrowland, Steve Aoki put a drop on the Titanic theme, and David Guetta made an EDM version of a children’s rhyme.

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Tomorrowland commissioned a set of steampunk CDJs

Tomorrowland commissioned a set of steampunk CDJs

Tomorrowland commissioned a set of steampunk CDJs

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