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Cristina Vee
Voice Actor (Sailor Mars)

 Cristina Vee is a voice actress from Los Angeles, CA. Since getting her first large anime roles in 2007, Cristina has voiced over 100 characters in both animation and video games. Anime fans know her Mio Akiyama in K-ON!, Alisa Bosconovitch in Tekken Blood Vengeance, Homura Akemi in Madoka Magica, Morgiana in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, the eleven Honoka sisters in Netflix’s Knights of Sidonia, Cubone (and others) in Pokemon Origins and Riruka Dokugamine in Bleach. She was recently announced as the new voice of Sailor Mars in her favorite show, Sailor Moon! She voices Nickelodeon’s Lady Bug fromMiraculous: Tales of ladybug and Cat Noir. Hawk from Seven Deadly Sins is also a character Cristina voices. She makes appearances in Sword Art Online, Kill la Kill, Fate/Zero, Doraemon, Accel World, and Squid Girl.

On the video game scene she is popular for her voice work as Noel Vermillion and the Murakumo Units in the Blazblue series, Compa in the Neptunia series, Lian Shi in Dynasty Warriors, Cerebella in Skullgirls, Riven the Exile in League of Legends, Nova in Tales of Xillia 2 (pay your debt!), Shantae in Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse and Half-Genie Hero, Four in Drakengard 3, Karna and Bami in Ys: Memories of Celceta, Serina in Conception 2, and Cinque in Final Fantasy Type-0.

Beyond voice acting she has a large YouTube following for her singing. She provides vocals to songs in Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage!? and Shantae: Half Genie Hero. She currently casts and directs Skullgirls and is recognizable to eSports fans for hosting IGN’s IPL 4 and 5.

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Kirby Morrow
(Miroku - Inuyasha)

Kirby Morrow trained in theatre and developed his vocal skills on the stand-up comedy stages around the world. He has played hundreds of characters over the last 21 years, but is best known as Goku from Dragonball Z, Cyclops from X-Men: Evolution, Miroku from Inuyasha, and Michelangelo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Most recently, Kirby has voiced various characters on Lego’s Ninjago and Star Wars, including Cole the black ninja, Anakin Skywalker and General Grevious.

On camera, Kirby is known as Captain Dave Kleinman from Stargate: Atlantis and Stargate: Universe. He has also guest starred on Stargate: SG1, Supernatural, The Flash, Arrow, Olympus, and many other made for TV movies and television shows.

More animated shows you would know Kirby from are: Slugterra, Deathnote, Transformers, Gundam Wing, Team Galaxy, Class of the Titans, Starship Operators, Gundam Seed Destiny, Project Arms, Barbie & the Nutcracker, Mary Kate & Ashley, Alienators, The Vision of Escaflowne, Nascar Racers, Z-Mind, Brats of the Lost Nebula, Yvon of the Yukon, Ark, Hamtoro, MeltyLancer, Kong and the list goes on. For a complete list of Kirby’s credits, please visit

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Richard Ian Cox
(Voice of Inuyasha)

Richard Ian Cox has been acting in film and television since the late 1700’s.  Understandably, work was hard to come by in the early days before the invention of either medium.  It wasn’t until the release of the first talkies in 1927 that Richard’s career started to show signs of life.  He first became known to the viewing public with the airing of “The Adventures of the Black Stallion” in 1990.  Richard’s modern career has included regular stints on “Cold Squad”, “Beggars and Choosers”, “Breaker High”, as well as guest starring roles on “Stargate: SG1”, “Stargate: Atlantis”, “Eureka” and films including “Alive”, “R.V.”, “Battle in Seattle”, “Ghost Rider”.

Richard has also enjoyed a varied career in animation . . . well not the animation part, the talking part.  Roles in “Ranma ½”, “Inuyasha”, “Botsmaster”, “Trouble Chocolate”, “First Gundam”, “Mega Man”, “Gundam Seed”, “Hamtaro”, “Gundam 00”, “Being Ian”, “X-Men Evolution”, “Will and Dewitt”, “Care Bears” . . . and a bunch of other stuff has earned Richard a reputation as a guy who knows which end of a mic to speak into.  These days Richard is hard at work trying to solve the current economic crisis.  He’s pretty sure it involves jelly beans.  Check Richard out on Facebook, Twitter, and on his website at

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Eric Stuart
(Pokemon - Brock)

As a singer/songwriter, Eric Stuart has toured the country with such rock legends as Peter Frampton, Ringo Starr, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. He's also opened for such acts as Jethro Tull, Julian Cope, Hall & Oates, Chicago, The English Beat, Dave Mason, Steve Howe, John Entwistle, Dave Davies, The Alarm.

All this while continuing a successful voice acting/directing career spanning over 25 years, starring in hit shows including Pokemon (original Brock, James, Butch, Squirtle, Blastoise, Pokedex), Yu-Gi-Oh! (Seto Kaiba), Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Bastion), Viva Pinata (Pecky Pudgeon, Les), Ultimate Muscle (DikDik Van Dik, Mac Metaphor, King Muscle, Adversarious, Dial Bolic, Geronimo, Clawdaddy, Sgt. Muscle, Hanzo, The Protector, Jagg-Ed), Dinosaur King (Dr. Z), Kirby (Metaknight, Gus, Sword Knight, Blade Knight), Slayers (Gourry), TMNT (Gen, Master Yoshi, Harry/Quarry, Leader Of The Purple Dragons), GoGoRiki, G.I. Joe Sigma 6 (Hi-Tech), One Piece (Announcer), F-Zero (Black Shadow, Octoman), Magical DoReMi (Principal Shoople), Fighting Foodons (Burnt Meatballs, Cole Slaughter, Gazmacho), Shaman King (Marco, Flying Zen Brother #1) Descendants Of Darkness (Watari), Labyrinth Of Flames (Galan), Valkyrie Profile (Grey, Lucian), Poltergeist Report (Lord Koenma), Yu Yu Hakusho: Eizu Hakusho 2 (Lord Koenma), Here Is Greenwood (Number One, Furusawa, Lupin, Tochizawa), Tama And Friends (Rockney), Chaotic, and Sonic X. Eric also voices many national radio and TV commercials and audiobook narrations.

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Robbie Daymond
Voice Actor (Tuxedo Mask - Sailor Moon)

Robbie Daymond is a Native-American Voice Artist, Actor, and Performer. After completing his MFA in 2007 he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career. Since then he has worked steadily in voiceover for many major companies, such as: Nickelodeon, Warner Brothers Animation, The Hub, NBC, 20thRandom House Audio.

Robbie is frequently cast in voice over work for traditional animation, commercials, film, television, audiobooks and video games. Though he is a long-time fan of the genre, he is relatively new to performing in the world of Anime and is very excited for his first major role in an anime series to be a character as epic as Tuxedo Mask in “Sailor Moon”.

Robbie also currently stars as a series lead in two shows on Nickelodeon; “Breadwinners” and “Get Blake,” and guest stars on shows such as “Transformers: Rescue Bots” and “Ever After High”. He has voiced characters in several feature films, including Porta in the anime “Patema Inverted” and has recorded commercial spots for Pepsi, Walmart, Katy Perry, Ubisoft, and many more. Robbie can also be heard in videogames such as Final Fantasy Type-0, The Lego Movie Videogame, Aion: The Tower of Eternity, Falling Skies the Game, Grand Chase, and Fairy Fencer F.

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Scott McNeil
(Piccolo - Dragonball Z; Koga - Inuyasha)

Easily one of the busiest voice actors in the world, millions of fans know him as the voice of Duo Maxwell from Gundam Wing and Gundam: Battle Assault 2 as well as Koga from the hit series Inuyasha. Older fans may be familiar with his work as Piccolo in Dragon Ball Z and/or his work as Deadeye Duck in Bucky O'Hare and The Toad Wars.

Fans of Transformers know Scott well, as his voice talents have brought countless memorable characters to life, including Dinobot, Waspinator, Rattrap, Silverbolt and Dinobot II in Beast Wars/Beast Machines; Jetfire in Armada; and Jetfire and Strongarm in Energon. He can also currently be heard as Snarl and Backstop in Transformers: Cybertron.

Scott’s voice work has earned him the adoration of fans worldwide. Fans find Scott’s work everywhere, both in anime and domestic animation, including lending his vocal talents to Hohenheim in Full Metal Alchemist; Wolverine/Logan in X-Men: Evolution; Ace – The Bathound and Ignatius in Krypto: The Superdog; Destro and Gung Ho in G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom / Spy Trooops; Beast Man, Clawful, Mer-Man, Ram Man, Stratos, and Kobra Khan in He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe; Senor Hasbeena, Francisco of the Forest, Mino-Toro, El Perrito, and Heavy Traffic in ¡Mucha Lucha!; Vulture, Electro and Lester in Spider-Man Unlimited.

Other notable voice work in anime includes King Aston and Jajuka in The Vision Of Escaflowne; Jajuka in Escaflowne: The Movie; Zoids Battle Announcer, Deed #1, Rastani Sr., and Serge in Zoids Fuzors; and Harlock in Galaxy Express 999/Adieu, Galaxy Express 999. His work can also be heard in series and movies such as Johnny Test, Bionicle, Scary Godmother, Barbie: Fairytopia, Barbie Of Swan Lake, Candyland: Great Lollipop Adventure, Dragon Booster, Gundam Seed, Gundam Seed Destiny, Under The Skin, Master Keaton, Ben Hur, Yakkity Yak, The Christmas Orange, Frogger Beyond, Reboot, Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer & The Island Of Misfit Toys, Nascar Racers, Casper's Haunted Christmas, Weird-Ohs, Shadowraiders/War Planets, Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Warriors Of Virtue, The Wacky World Of Tex Avery, Ranma ½, Hamtaro, and many more too numerous to list!

Aside from his voice work, Scott is also an accomplished live-action actor, whose credits include The Green Chain, Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Stargate Sg-1, Strange Frequency, The Outer Limits, Ladies And The Champ, Viper, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, Extreme Dinosaurs, Highlander, Hawkeye, Final Fight, Someone Else's Child, Seasons Of The Heart, Crackerjack, and Sleeping With Strangers.

More recently Scott has been lending his vocal talents to characters like Stork, the lovably neurotic Merb in Stormhawks, Grumpy Bear in the newest Care Bears and Wasabi (yes, a burbling ball of wasabi!) in Sushi Pack. In the past two years Scott has also contributed his voice to characters in Eon Kid, Ricky Sprocket, and the Warhammer 40,000 videogames

Scott is currently exercising his evil genius in Gundam 00 as the dark and enigmatic Ali AlSaachez, and Voltar, the truly maniacal evil genius, in League of Super Evil. Some of his other present projects include Powerpuff Girls Z, Maryoku Yummy, Rollbots, and Twisted Whiskers. … and when his busy schedule permits he can be found playing his level 70 Blood Elf Priest on World of Warcraft …

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Amelie Belcher
(aka Ami-Chan)

Amelie "Ami-Chan" Belcher was born in Baton-Bloody-Boring-Rouge Louisiana where the combination of chemical plant fumes and river water did major damage to her fragile little mind at an early age.

By all accounts, she started drawing at the age of five (when she figured out that the pencil goes on the paper and not up your nose) and didn"t stop drawing until she ran out of paper"twenty years later.

She is the artist behind the manga "Loud Snow" and the web comics "the real life adventures of Ami-chan" and "Bounty Haunters".

She now travels the country selling her award winning art, doing one of a kind commissions for con goers, giving the best damn panels on earth, and being paid tribute to by her army of fans known as the "Ami Army" in the form of Pocky and manga.


 Jennifer Vaiano is a concept and design artist located in Central FL. She is best known for her whimsical and fantasy redesigns that have been brought to life by cosplayers around the world. Her art has been features on blogs such as Geek Girls and Moviepilot. NoFlutter is excited to join METROCON for 2016 and share her art with fans in person!

Ogawa Burukku
(Manga Artist)

 Brooke Stephenson, or Ogawa Burukku as she’s known by her pen name, is an American who for the last twelve years has been working in Japan as a manga assistant, comic/manga artist, illustrator, storyboard artist, and translator/localizer. In favor of more artistic freedom, Ogawa Burukku decided to try working independently, frequenting Japanese events such as Comic Market and Comitia with her original one-shots before beginning her weekly webcomic / webmanga series FaLLEN, an ongoing alternate magical girls series rated Teen+ and read by both men and women alike. The series started in the fall of 2012 and continues to be updated every week at as well as at her DeviantART page,

David Stanworth
Snafu Comics
(Artist - Snafu Comics)

David Stanworth has been interested in video games and animation for his entire life.  When he realised he's FAR too worthless to do either, he stuck with comics. Snafu-Comics started in the summer of 2002 and has quickly grown to incorporate over a dozen seperate comics, Snafu, PowerPuff Girl Doujinshi, Grim Tales, Sugar Bits, Tin: The Incompetent Ninja, Ever After, Sticky Floors, and many more.  With more to be added soon!

Snafu has constantly been an evolving comic often drastically changing art styles and directions comic to comic.  The subject matter could range from anime, videogames, politics, social commentary or fart jokes (mostly fart jokes.) But what Snafu really excells at is a strong forum community of active participants. Snafu wouldn't exist without the the fantastic support from the online community. We're excited to meet everyone at Metrocon so come by our table and say hi! Plus we have some pretty cool T-shirts and prints ;)

Parle Productions
(Performer - Parle Productions)

Also known as "FlamboyantWreck", Jack is a cosplayer, performer, video editor and panellist from the United Kingdom. He has been cosplaying for over seven years from a variety of sources, ranging from tv shows, video games, movies, books and comics. He is part of the performance group Parlé Productions, a large group of English cosplayers and actors who have almost 70,000 subscribers on YouTube. Their parody shows draw from various sources such as The Avengers, Left4Dead, Harry Potter and more. Within the group, Jack is primarily responsible for filming and editing the videos, enjoying being behind the camera just as much as being on it!

Jack works full-time at a historical (and haunted!) UK site, and is also a childrens entertainer. When not doing this, most of his free time is spent doing editing, editing, and more editing! As well as creating videos for fun, the group also use their hobby to raise money for deserving charitable causes, usually through livestreaming events. They've also been running panels both within and outside of the UK, on a variety of subjects such as acting, video editing, character makeup and more. They're always happy to share their knowledge and experience with other cosplayers and performers, both inside and outside of the panels.

This is Parlé Productions sixth year at Metrocon, and they're thrilled to be returning once again! As well as their staple In-Character and Out-Of-Character Q&A's, they will also be running some informative panels too, so be sure to check them out!

Parle Productions
(Performer - Parle Productions)

A cosplayer, performer and panellist from the United Kingdom, KellyJane has been cosplaying for over seven years from a variety of sources, ranging from tv shows, video games, movies, books and comics. She is part of the performance group Parlé Productions, a large group of English cosplayers and actors who have almost 70,000 subscribers on YouTube. Their parody shows draw from various sources such as The Avengers, Left4Dead, Harry Potter and more. Within the group, she is often the one organising their events and filming dates, as well as making some of the costumes and props for other members.

As well as creating videos for fun, the group also use their hobby to raise money for deserving charitable causes, usually through livestreaming events. They've also been running panels both within and outside of the UK, on a variety of subjects such as acting, video editing, character makeup and more. They're always happy to share their knowledge and experience with other cosplayers and performers, both inside and outside of the panels.

This is Parlé Productions sixth year at Metrocon, and they're thrilled to be returning once again! As well as their staple In-Character and Out-Of-Character Q&A's, they will also be running some informative panels too, so be sure to check them out!

Cosplay Guest

PikaBelleChu has been cosplaying for over 16 years and has created over 80 costumes to date ranging from original Pokemon inspired gowns to Disney, SciFi and other anime characters. She is most famous for her continuing passion for Pokemon though the years and has appeared at many Pokemon events and tours along with her Pikachu inspired VW Beetle, she has also appeared on several television shows, appeared in several magazines and newspapers around the world, but is most known for gaining a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008 for having the World's Largest Pikachu collection with over 20,000 items of the famous electric mouse. When not attending conventions and other events she also does many children's events and has done a lot of charity work for Make-A Wish foundation through her cosplay as well as teach art classes on how to draw cartoons and make crafts at a craft store and painting murals in her town in homes and businesses.

Friday - July 22, 2016

Attendee Photoshoots

3:00 pm


Naruto hosted by Pikabellechu

Length: 1 hr 

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Location: Outside Panel Room 19 for meetup location. The Naruto panel ends at 3pm in Panel Room 19. Photoshoot will begin at 3:15pm after the host completes panel.

Saturday - July 23, 2016

Attendee Photoshoots

3:00 pm


Pokemon 20th Anniversary Celebration hosted by Pikabellechu

Length: 1 hr 

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Location: Pikabug in the Dealer Room

Erin Hurst
Cosplay Guest

Erin Hurst has been cosplaying for over 15 years! As a theater major, and anime- video game fan she decided to combine her biggest loves in life, and thus the 3000 Brigade was born.The 3000 Brigade has over 35 members in the cast and crew. She wrote and directed the first Brigade show in 2007. They have performed at multiple conventions and are currently working on their 10th production. The troupe is made up of performers with a wide variety of skills. They're actors, dancers, stunt show performers, makeup, and costume designers with incredible sewing abilities. Several 3KB members got their start as clowns with Erin when she worked for the circus. She was a Ringling trained clown and often hosted as the ringmaster. When she is not writing and directing for 3KB she works as a Kindergarten assistant for a catholic school, which is hard to believe if you have ever seen one of the 3000 Brigade productions. The shows are rated M for Mature. They contain loud music, violence, sexy costumes, sexy dances, fowl language, and the kind of wonderful overall raunchiness that the average 13 and up con goer is looking for. The show is about the Smash Bros of the future and the crazy adventures your favorite video game characters get into. All of the shows are available on you tube. If you friend the 3000 Brigade on Facebook you can get links to all the shows and find out more information about there next performance. Erin would like to thank her whole cast and crew for being so incredibly talented, and supporting the show for so many years. Congratulations are in order! She recently got engaged to fellow cast member Trey Davis, and would like to thank him for all his love and support. She says "I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with someone that lets me be me, challenges me to always do my best, and makes me smile even on my darkest days." She would also like to thank her Stage manager, Jessica Koesters and Assistant Director, JoAnn Richards. Without whom Erin says none of this would be possible. "The two of them have put up with my crazy since high school. They have supported me and this show every step of the way no matter how insane it got. They never gave up." When we questioned Erin's family and coworkers about her and her cosplay career here is what they had to say :

"Erin's doing what now?" -Erin's younger brother
"She's the one that created that filthy heathen show that's all over you tube?! We'll be praying for her soul" -Principal from the Catholic school
"How about you make some costumes that show off more costume and less skin?"- Erin's mother

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Haiden Hazard
(Cosplay Guest)

 Haiden Hazard began cosplaying in 2013. Since that time she has taken her love for anime, gaming, super heroes and sci-fi and brought them to life through the art of cosplay. In the beginning, she found out quickly that cosplay requires that you be willing to work hard and be a quick learner. She now sees each new outfit as an opportunity to push her creative thinking and learn new skills.

Haiden's hard work has paid off and she is an award winning cosplayer many times over, not only for her outfits, but props as well. When not working on crafting costumes, armor and props you can find her either working on her YouTube channel or streaming on Twitch.

(Cosplay Guest)

 MEW21 Cosplay is a cosplayer, costume designer, and performance company owner based in Orlando, Florida. Her passion for various fandoms coupled with a love of craftsmanship have fueled an insatiable urge to learn new skills. This soon led her to win various craftsmanship and performance awards at many events including: DragonCon and Megacon. Several of her cosplays have been featured by Dorkly, Geek Girls, and the Art of Cosplay. MEW 21's greatest joy is using her degree in communications to teach others through informative panels. She loves sharing her wide range of knowledge on cosplay craftsmanship subjects, as well as, the struggles of coping with an invisible illness through the creativity of cosplay.

OliRoux Cosplay
(Cosplay Guest)

OliRoux Cosplay is a tag-team cosplaying duo that specialize in making hilarious multi-fandom cosplay related YouTube videos. From anime to video games; their cosplays range from Naruto, Attack On Titan, Tokyo Ghoul, Avengers, One Punch Man and Undertale! They have something for everyone to enjoy with content such as cosplay music videos, original skits, ridiculous parodies, fandom related crack videos as well as cosplay gaming.

Three years ago at Metrocon 2013, the two met and have been an inseparable team ever since. Soon after, they decided to create a YouTube channel to merge their passions for filmmaking, acting and cosplay. Their videos have been featured at multiple conventions around the USA and have won numerous awards for CMV entries including best "Homebrew" video two years running at Metrocon's AMV contest. They are best known mostly for their parodies such as, #AttackOnSelfie, Tsukiyama Parody and now for their recent success of "UNDERTALE" videos featuring Mettaton EX and Frisk the human!

They attend conventions regularly across the USA, from California to Florida and they love what they do. Filming at conventions became their calling and they attribute their greatest friendships to being created through the pursuit of their passion. They love to invite anyone and everyone to be involved with their projects and create lasting memories and exciting experiences. Their goal is to inspire others and create a more positive cosplay community, where it's okay to step out of your comfort zone, letting yourself show your true colors and have fun doing what you love! They feel blessed to be a part of such a welcoming community that brought their passions to life with the power of film.

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Robert Van West
(Guest DJ)

DJ Robert VanWest FT. Zoe VanWest & Synthwulf

This Dutch Madman is one of the busiest men in the entertainment Industry. CEO of the Hellroy Corporation, Robert's day to day functions include Graphic, Clothing , Environmental Design as well as Club Creative and Music Production. By night he can be found tearing up DJ booths across the Country and Decimating the stages as lead singer of Empakt. Locally he can be found at Warehaus21 where is the Club Creative and one of the resident DJ's at their all ages KABOOM Sunday parties!

Robert is known for his aggressive HIGH BPM stylings that span across Hardcore, Hard Trance, Hard Style, with a touch of EBM. Much like last year Robert will be joined on stage Friday Night by His Wife Zoe ( the Original studio vocalist of some of Happy Hardcore's biggest hits) and DJ Synthwulf for some live vocals and synths. making this the biggest Friday night METRO Rave Party EVER!!

Zoe Van West
(UK Hardcore Vocalist)

The Voice of American Happy Hardcore, Zoe VanWest has lent her vocal talents to chart topping singles with Synthwulf, Rythmics, DanielSeven, Flawless, Transcend and many more top artist in the Hardcore genre over the years, and doing so helped to shape the North American Hardcore scene.

With bringing an edge of live performance to a genre dominated by DJ only performances, her incredible live stage show, out - of - this - world wardrobe and passionate energy, Zoe' s presence as a performer has earned her a place among some of the largest acts in the Happy Hardcore genre. Zoe's fans, which call themselves " Space Cadets" are packing anime conventions and massive events nationwide to see her live shows.

When reading news of the Kikwear 2012 relaunch on Kikwear's Facebook wall, she began talking to Kikwear Inc, CEO Alex Berensen about the National Kikwear Street Team he was assembling, and got on board as a sponsored artist representing Happy Hardcore. Zoe herself has been an enthusiast of Kikwear and Kikgirl, wearing and promoting the brands since she was a teen in the late 90's.

With one foot in the heart of the American EDM industry, and the other in the fashion industry, Zoe VanWest is adding the title of Head Designer of Kikgirl to her resume. Needless to say, there has been much excitement of her 'Space Cadets' and EDM fans everywhere.

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