New York City is in for a treat this weekend. Webster Hall and IRL Music have teamed up for a show that is overflowing with talent.

Snakehips and LAKIM will be taking over Webster Hall this Saturday, Nov. 5 for a top-notch show that you shouldn’t miss. Courtesy of IRL, White Cliffs and Pluto are now added to the bill, so there are more than enough reasons to head out to Manhattan this weekend.

The British electronic duo Snakehips is now on their North American Tour, stopping at New York City smack dab in the middle of it all. Known for songs like “On & On” (ft. George Maple) and their remix of BANKS’ “Warm Water,” they’re a duo that knows how to cause a stir with each and every Hype Machine charting release.

Joining Snakehips is LAKIM, an eletronic/hip-hop/soul producer whose sound is as unique as it is ever-changing. He started to make waves a few years ago when his remixes caught the attention of widely recognized beat collective, Soulection. He recently dropped a ridiculously smooth remix of BANKS’ “Fuck With Myself.”

White Cliffs and Pluto will also be joining the bill. White Cliffs, who recently played Mysteryland USA, is known for danceable indie/alternative jams that are sure to get you moving.

Pluto, who has been topping Hype Machine charts like it’s his job, is only 16 years old and has the talent of those ten years his senior. His sound is a hybrid between future bass and high energy dance music. He should be a stand-out.

Tickets for this weekend’s show are available here. See you there!