CRSSD Fest is around the corner, where lo-fi DJ Seinfeld will be making his San Diego debut. The occasion is a grand one for Southern Californian house aficionados, who’ve been waiting patiently for the powerhouse to make his way down to the region. He’ll be taking over The Palms stage on Saturday with his nuanced grooves, but ahead of time, he’s taken the time to put together a little playlist for fans to enjoy.
Seinfeld showcased a plethora of underrated talent in his selection, with hidden gems like Skatebård’s “Why Not,” TSHA’s “Sacred,” and “Cholobass” from Legowelt as some notable additions. From the left, Porter Robinson’s Virtual Self persona also makes an appearance with the instant classic, “Ghost Voices.” It’s a playlist made to glide smoothly into the festival.
CRSSD celebrates its fifth birthday in its Spring 2019 edition, and the event has delivered in its out-of-the-box booking. In addition to DJ Seinfeld’s debut, a variety of other worldly talents will also be making the first time, like Georgia Angiuli, Enrico Sangiuliano, and Avalon Emerson. Tickets are currently sold out.
Following a string of successful events, CRSSD Fest has established itself to be the premier house and techno biannual event in San Diego. Set alongside San Diego Bay in the city’s downtown, the picturesque venue has also solidified it as a destination festival drawing thousands of fans to America’s Finest City. The fall event will