Anna Lunoe‘s reverence within the house music scene has grown to panoramic proportions in recent years.
Lunoe’s abilities to bless a party with four-on-the-floor rhythms and off-kilter signature are inimitable. And she’s been repping her approach to the staple sound long before many new house ascendants were even legally allowed into a club. Yet her energy is that which house music was founded upon: acceptance and unfettered positivity in regards to moving the needle. She’s excited for newcomers and partygoers alike to discover her—and more importantly—get down with her.
For those unfamiliar with Lunoe’s prowess behind the decks, she just released her full set from the fall 2019 edition of CRSSD Festival. Give it listen and see what the festival’s veteran Hyperhouse matriarch is all about.
Organizers on behalf of San Diego’s house-and-techno-hailing CRSSD festival have released the Waterfront Park event’s phase-one lineup. The expansive artistry, including widely received electronic billings, like ODESZA (who will be returning after making their far humbler debut in 2015), Phantogram, and Whethan, exemplifies the once-modest festival’s continued growth in popularity and attendance.
The bi-annual soiree, of which this year’s spring installment is set for Mar 2-3, has seen idiosyncratic acts across the board–from Gesaffelstein to Empire Of The Sun–sweep through its stylistically sectioned stages, The Palms, City Steps, and Ocean View. With a mass of acts still to come, the brimming first batch includes additional support from Petit Biscuit, The Martinez Brothers, Jungle, and more. See the full lineup below.
Tickets to 2019 CRSSD go on sale Tuesday, Dec 11. They’ll be available here.
A rich introductory phase to CRSSD’s fall 2018 showing, the first phase of the lineup attests to the California festival’s commitment to curating the most impeccable of underground acts, what with PNAU, Hayden James, Autograf, and more already confirmed for the two-day house and techno affair, slated for September 29 and 30 at Downtown San Diego’s Waterfront Park.
Tickets to the festival will go on sale on July 3, and can be purchased, here.