WATCH: Catch Skrillex’s Full Burning Man Set complete with custom visuals

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After a slow start to 2017, Skrillex has rung the second half of the year in full force with some hot new releases and outstanding sets. Skrillex’s set at Burning Man was one for the books, and fortunately David Kupferberg has posted the full set in high quality video on YouTube letting viewers not only relive the set sonically but visually as well. Skrillex had renowned visual artist Infinight do a custom light show for the set, making this video one not to miss.

 

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Watch the ABGT250 live stream from The Gorge Amphitheater

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As Ajuna family worldwide ascends onto the Gorge Amphitheater this weekend, Sept. 15-17, those not lucky enough to be inside Central Washington’s picturesque venue can now live vicariously through their computer screens. Above & Beyond has partnered with Live Nation to bring ABGT250 to a live stream on Twitter, featuring line-up support from YOTTO, Lutrell, Seven Lions, Oliver Smith, Moonboots and many more.

The global trance gathering features on-site camping and music from deep within the Ajunabeats and Ajunadeep vault. Saturday’s live stream featured an 8-hour radio broadcast with a tantalizing climactic Group Therapy set c/o Jono, Tony, and Paavo; while Sunday kicks off with a special Above & Beyond yoga set followed by an Ajunadeep stage takeover from 16 Bit Lolitas, Jody Wisternoff & James Grant, and Eli & Fur.

Check out the live stream schedule below and stream ABGT250 on Twitter now.

5:00-6:00: Above & Beyond (Deep Set)

6:00-7:00: Luttrell

7:00-8:00: YOTTO

8:00-9:00: Oliver Smith

9:00-10:00: Genix & Sunny Lax

10:00-12:00: Above & Beyond

12:00-1:00: Seven Lions & Jason Ross

11:00-12:00: Above & Beyond (Yoga Set)

12:00-1:30: Moon Boots

1:30-3:15: Eli & Fur

3:15-5:00: Jody Wisternoff & James Grant

5:00-6:45: 16 Bit Lolitas

6:45-8:00: YOTTO & Luttrell

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Listen to Diplo’s full set from Burning Man’s Camp Questionmark

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Every year, artists of every genre and every level of fame make the pilgrimage out to Black Rock City to take part in the creation of the pop-up community on the playa. They do this by bestowing Burning Man with their varied talents in DJing, playing sometimes into the wee daybreak hours. Producers like Skrillex have made high-profile appearances, while older veterans like Bassnectar were bestowing as many as 5-6 sets per day, for as many as six days straight.

This year, Diplo made the journey to Black Rock where he played at the legendary Camp Questionmark. The Mad Decent label head recently uploaded his live set to Soundcloud, an hour-long session filled with classic Diplo tunes mixed with a fun, freestyle appeal.

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Ascend to an alternate dimension with Tycho’s uber chill two-hour Burning Man sunrise set

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Each and every artistic endeavor from the San Francisco-based designer and producer Scott Hansen is an effervescent effort, each more nuanced and meticulously crafted than the artist’s previous pursual. As Tycho, Hansen’s built a curatorial empire. From carefully curated sun-drenched captures on Instagram, to his design work, let alone his renowned and spiritually renewing sets at festivals around the world, Hansen’s artistic outpouring is a celebration of minimalistic beauty at its finest. For the artist, to live to is create.

Tens of thousands of Burners poured into the Black Rock Desert this year in a celebration of art, music, creativity, and community where Tycho set forth to delve into one of his most soothing sets to date. On the fifth day of Burning Man, Aug. 31, he took The Dusty Rhino for a dreamy ride into the sunrise, gliding from one track to the next in his seemingly effortless, archetypal approach.

Tycho’s set allows its listener to ascend to an alternate dimension within its two hour playtime. While it’s filled with Hansen’s own work, including “Awake” and “Epoch,” as well as many other tracks off the LPs, Hansen seamlessly weaves chillwave outliers throughout.

Listeners can hear artists like Caribou, Kidnap Kid, or The Bamboos all weaved into a cohesive two-hour stream. It’s clear Tycho and his audience ascended to alternate spaces this burn, in a culmination of tunes like these, it’s also likely this set will live high in a register of memorable life experiences among all who experienced it.

Even Tycho went so far as to call it his, “absolute favorite morning of all time” on SoundCloud.

Tracklist:

Sensations’ Fix – Acudreaming
Tycho – Sunrise Projector
Tycho – Ascension
Home – Resonance
Tycho – Continuum
Boards Of Canada – Kaini Industries
Dorisburg – Votiv
Rival Consoles – Ghostin
Boards Of Canada – Wildlife Analysis
Jonny L – Tychonic Cycle
Luke Abbott – Modern Driveway
George Fitzgerald – Your Two Faces
16 Bit Lolitas – Peninsula
Weval – I Don’t Need It
Kidnap Kid – Birds That Fly
Jimpster – Porchlight And Rocking Chairs (KiNK Remix)
Weval – You Made It
Tycho – Epoch
Tycho – Dye
Boards Of Canada – Corsair
<<< Sunrise (Cloud Obscured) >>>
Tycho – Awake
Home – Above All
Tycho – Horizon
<<< Sun Visible >>>
Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Tale Of Us & Mano Le Tough Remix)
16 Bit Lolitas – Not The Only One
Robert Babicz – Where Are You (Aparde Remix)
Tycho – Slack
Joon Moon – Chess
Tycho – Daydream
The Bamboos – The Wilhelm Scream

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Listen to Skrillex’s remix of Ekali’s ‘Babylon’

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The first half of 2017 was a quiet one on the Skrillex front, however the second half is more than making up for this. After dropping multiple remixes and tracks, Skrillex is back again with an upcoming remix of Ekali‘s “Babylon.”

A video was captured by a fan at Bumbershoot festival in Seattle of Ekali dropping the remix. The remix features a heavy drop that gives trap and dubstep lovers alike a remix to look forward to.

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KSHMR previews track with newcomer B3rror at Mysteryland [Listen]

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KSHMR introduced Mysteryland attendees to a relatively unknown producer named B3rror this past weekend. The duo unveiled a brand new collaboration to an incredibly excited crowd.

The hardstyle drop mixed with vocals that sound eerily like Luciana’s is sure to be a hit. B3rror, a young Netherlands-based producer named Thomas Bard, has released a few tracks including “Gamazi” on Tribal Trap and a track called “Nostalgia” on Future House Records, along with a remix of KSHMR’s “Touch.”

Listen to B3rror’s previous releases below, and preview his upcoming collaboration with KSHMR in the video above.

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Zeds Dead release their Lollapalooza 2017 set

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Zeds Dead are combining two of their fan-favorite things into one: their radio show and their festival sets. Zeds Dead Lollapalooza set was a success, showcasing the raucous performance that has made their festival performances legendary.

Luckily for those who couldn’t make it to Chicago’s top festival, Deadbeats Radio is there to provide the experience to all. While a powerful performance in and of itself, this edition of Zeds Dead’s radio show will have one overwhelming effect: most will put one a Zeds Dead performance on their must-see list.

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Listen to Mercer’s Hard Summer set

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Hailing from France, one of house music’s most sonically versatile acts, Mercer, showed little to no mercy amidst his set at this year’s Hard Summer. Hitting the stage for his highly-anticipated deliverance was an equally satisfying spectacle filled with edgy, hard-hitting grooves.

If his recent works on Tchami’s label Confession served as no indication of his uncompromising abilities, his hip-hop grooved set at HARD will definitely do the trick. It’s in-your-face performances like these that launched Mercer in the electronic sphere in the first place. Listen below.

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Check out these sets from Zurich’s Street Parade – Nicole Moudaber, Jamie Jones, and more

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Upwards of a million people gather in Zurich’s center each August for the Street Parade — one of the last surviving Love Parade-esque events in the dance sphere. The free event brings a multitude of floats, which lead into an open area equipped with multiple stages that bring world class talent to revelers free of charge.

This year’s edition, which took place on August 12, saw a heavily underground-centric lineup, in which the likes of Nicole Moudaber, Jamie Jones, Dubfire, and more all made appearances. Luckily, many of their sets were recorded and are beginning to roll out on streaming platforms for all to enjoy.

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Watch Armin Van Buuren’s 5.5 hour Untold Festival set

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When it comes to extended sets, Armin Van Buuren it goes without saying that knows what he’s doing.

The “I Need You” producer distinguishes his live sets by their respective lengths — whereas most DJs cap their sets at the one or two-hour mark, Van Buuren frequently tests the stamina of his crowds by playing sets that extend to three hours and beyond.

Originally scheduled to perform his customary three-hours at Romania’s Untold Festival, Van Buuren adjusted the schedule, delivering a five-and-a-half-hour surprise set rife with classic Van Buuren originals and engrossing trance tangents.

A moving spectacle to witness, such a long set is a commensurately emotional endeavor, and Van Buuren notably tears up during the performance during Jorn van Deynhoven’s classic remix to the song “RAMsterdam.” The festival set is finally now available to watched in full via the YouTube video above.

 

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