DA Exclusive: ANDHIM spin an hour of cinematic soundscapes before heading to Barbados for Vujaday

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DA Exclusive: ANDHIM spin an hour of cinematic soundscapes before heading to Barbados for VujadayAndhim Vujaday 2019 1

Germans are nothing if not ardent about their electronic music; and Cologne’s ANDHIM are no exception to the rule. Their vastly fluid emotional palette has led the duo to dub their ever-oscillating sound “super-house.” Just a few years ago, the two artists cemented their multi-national success by establishing their own record label, the aptly named Superfriends, through which they released their own, impeccably received Tosch EP as the imprint’s first offering.

Before taking their talents this spring to the lush island of Barbados for Vujaday Festival at the top of next month, ANDHIM have woven listeners a mix adorned with an hour of getaway-friendly selects; though they’re hardly your run-of-the-mill, tropical tracks. ANDHIM assume their rightful role as tour guide through playful techno terrain, brooding experimental brush, and even sinister sonic corridors for a rich, evocative hour of anticipatory Vujaday listening. There’s certainly nothing to dread about this pre-fest homework assignment.

Vujaday will land in Barbados for five days, April 3-7, of multi-site performances and island-immersive activities. Tickets and additional festival information can be found here.

Vujaday returns to Barbados for second edition, topped by Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, + more

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Vujaday returns to Barbados for second edition, topped by Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, + moreVujaday Festival

House and techno lovers across the globe in search of a fully loaded destination festival, look no further. Vujaday music festival is queued to return to Barbados this spring for five days (April 3-7) of nearly round-the-clock, beachfront entertainment from genre stalwarts like All Day I Dream label architect, Lee Burridge, Crosstown Rebels Founder Damian Lazarus, and the Grammy-nominated Danny Tenaglia.

Last year’s inaugural installment ventured a number of island-housed locales, including the 100-acre Bellevue Plantation and the coastal Cornwall House, keeping scenery fresh and giving attendees a more thorough tour of the lush Barbadian setting throughout the festival’s five-day span. This year’s venues are set to be announced soon, along with the rest of the festival’s performers, which will debut a menagerie of local Caribbean artistry. The festival will also be introducing a series of daytime parties to keep attendees’ agendas brimming and sun-soaked this year.

Tickets to Vujaday are currently on sale here. Additional festival information, including travel packages and amenities, can be found via the official website. Watch the official trailer here.

Vujaday returns to Barbados for second edition, topped by Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, + moreVujaday 1

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