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Magnetic Man at Ultra Music Festival 2012: A 15-Photo Recap

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Magnetic Man is a collabo between three dubstep dudes from the UK -- DJs Benga, Skream, and Artwork -- who met at a record store in the '90s and have been raging ever since.

They're all big-name DJs and producers in their own right. As Magnetic Man, though, Benga, Skream, and Artwork have a major-label record deal, and they're touring the world. But prior to Ultra Music Festival 2012, they'd only played together in the U.S. once before, at Coachella.

Their show at Ultra's Live Stage featured a special guest MC who was pure fire. He was a hell of a hype man. Here are 15 photos from Magnetic Man's set.

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