Panorama, a mini Coachella on the East Coast, kicks off Friday in New York City. On the lineup are eye-popping headliners Frank Ocean, Nine Inch Nails, A Tribe Called Quest and Solange.

But lots of acts in smaller print are worth your attention. Here are six artists over the festival’s three days you should be sure to catch.

Sexy, synth-y soul duo HONNE evoke a post-club nightcap, but they’ll also serve as a nice kick-off to Panorama on Friday. Named after the Japanese concept of “true feelings,” Honne owe their sound as much to James Blake as they do to Quincy Jones. Before you cry tears of joy — and probably sheer sadness — while watching Solange and Frank Ocean later Friday night, get prepped with some groovy Brit-electro a la Honne.

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This rapper and R&B singer may be the next big thing to come out of Top Dawg Entertainment, home to Kendrick Lamar and SZA. The 26-year-old from Tennessee collaborated with both of those artists for tracks on his great debut album, “The Sun’s Tirade,” and he sings on “Pretty Little Birds,” a track off SZA’s summer smash hit “CTRL.” While he won’t have their backup live, catch him on this smaller stage for an intimate performance. Come for the smooth beats, stay for the rhymes.

The music of New York’s own Mitski Miyawaki is a study in contrasts. The singer-songwriter’s demure voice has a lulling quality at times, but she also shreds and belts it out to chilling effect throughout her latest acclaimed album “Puberty 2.” Miyawaki is a true artist, and her penchant for the avant-garde is clear in the record’s arrangements and lyrics. The indie rock darling’s live set likely won’t disappoint.

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Dig the music of “Stranger Things?” You can thank Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, two out of the four guys in Austin-based electronic group S U R V I V E. The band had been making heavy instrumentals influenced by horror scores for years before “Stranger Things” creators The Duffer Brothers asked them to work on the show. There truly is nothing else quite like S U R V I V E at Panorama, and if you miss these Emmy nominees, there’s a chance you might get sent to chill with Barb in the Upside Down.

You may have heard of some of Towkio’s fellow SaveMoney syndicate members: Joey Purp, Vic Mensa and Chance the Rapper. Guess who’s next to break out? Before paying homage to hip hop legends A Tribe Called Quest Sunday night, cruise by Towkio’s bombastic afternoon set.

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Stay put after Towkio for this Canadian rock outfit. It’s hard not to acknowledge this band’s branding history — Preoccupations was formerly known as Viet Cong, but changed the name amid complaints of cultural insensitivity. That shouldn’t overshadow the band, as Preoccupations is made up of skillful musicians, including singer and bassist Matt Flegel and drummer Mike Wallace, both former members of the gone-too-soon Women. These guys always put on a tight live show, with notably piercing bass lines and a full, dark sound.