Shuttle Opening for Major Lazer at Grand Central May 15

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Jamaican me crazy Major Lazer!
​We are only about a week away, but we're pretty sure you haven't forgotten that Major Lazer is bring its crazy mix of dancehall-meets-electro to Grand Central May 15. If that wasn't awesome in itself, Poplife has announced that Passion Pit drummer Nate Donmoyer, AKA Shuttle, will be doing a opening DJ set.

Donmoyer isn't one of these musician-turned-DJs (we're looking at you, Tommy Lee) -- no, this guy is legit. He's remixed for the likes of Misstress Barbara, Phoenix, Neon Indian, Radioclit, and The Little Ones. He's also released his self-titled EP last year which feature the outstanding track "Tunnel," a sort of ballad-y dubstep-like track that is hard to explain, you just have to hear it.

Tickets are still on sale for $25 via wantickets.com, price will go up the day of the show.

After the jump, check out Shuttle's track "Tunnel."

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