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Groove Cruise is in the midst of priming itself for its second voyage of the year. Setting sail this October from Los Angeles to Ensenada, Mexico—the “Cinderella of the Pacific”—Groove Cruise LA, returns after a one-year hiatus, where attendees can enjoy some of music’s finest all while on the sea.
This year’s lineup boasts a bevy of acts, headlined by an impressive array of artists like 3LAU, Green Velvet, Thomas Jack and more. But what’s considerably special about this voyage is that attendees will also bear witness to some of the heaviest hitting undercards that electronic music has to offer. One such act is the Anjunabeats‘ artist Grum who exemplifies this tenfold.
Since his introduction into the Anjunabeats Family, Grum’s become considerably well-known for his presence on the label, dominating the electronic music landscape with his slew of quality releases. Now the artist is taking his downright infectious set to the seas.
In preparation for his Groove Cruise LA performance, Grum has curated an exclusive mix for Dancing Astronaut. Known for his captivating cultivation of brooding tracks and smooth synth numbers, Grum has generated an entrancing mix. For the mix, Grum showcases his artistry, finding just the right balance between his own sound and pushing the envelope, hinting that a fiery set can surely be expected from the seasoned Anjunabeats producer at this year’s festival.
1. Way Out West – Tuesday Maybe (Guy J Remix)
2. Luminary – Amsterdam (Grum Remix)
3. Grum – Reflections
4. Grum – Price of Love
5. Grum – Inflight
6. Seven Lion & Jason Ross – Higher Love (Grum Remix)
7. Kydus – Eclipse
8. Grum – ID
9. Grum & Josep – The Love You Feel (CYA Remix)
10. Grum – We Are One
11. London Grammar – Hell to the Liars (Kolsch Remix)
More information and tickets to this year’s Groove Cruise LA are available here.
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