Lost Lands 2019 was hands down the best Lost Lands to date. With revamped operations and festival design, Lost Lands was smooth sailing for everyone. It was five days of pure bass bliss. If you’re finding yourself missing the dinosaurs and the beauty of Legend Valley, fear no more! We’re slowly getting recorded sets so
Tomorrowland has officially wrapped up for 2019. After a tumultuous two weekends in which the headlines were dominated by both Swedish House Mafia and the weather, neither of which for necessarily good reasons, the final chapter of 2019 has concluded. While the festival experienced some missteps entirely out of its control, it came up with
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Tomorrowland Day 1 literally JUST wrapped up, and as usual, it was PACKED with massive names and massive sets. While it ended on a pretty odd note (a Bebe Rexha lip-syncing performance, then a live ‘Closer’ performance by Drew from The Chainsmokers), for the most part, Day 1 went off as a major success. As
Day 1 of Porter Robinson’s curated Second Sky Festival was last night at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, in Oakland, California. The Porter curated festival was filled with powerful performances from G-Jones, Chrome Sparks, as well as a bookend performance by Porter, performing as Virtual Self to open the festival. Since Porter launched his Virtual
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Electric Daisy Carnival 2019 moved up a month to this weekend, May 17th-19th and so far so good for one of the worlds most iconic dance festivals. With beautiful weather minus a late night wind hiccup on Day 2, EDC Las Vegas continued to dominate even with the slight anxiousness of the date moving. As
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The key to catching great secret sets at music festivals is to always be on the lookout on artist’s social media. Those subtle or not-so-subtle hints are your clues for when and where to catch these sets. Diplo did just that this past weekend at Coachella to announce a surprise Major Lazer set. After his
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Coachella is the #1 time for artists to go all out. NGHTMRE brought out the big guns for his set this weekend at Coachella. On top of an already mind-blowing set, the DJ brought out both Lil Jon and A$AP Ferg who added an extreme amount of hype to the set. And, as if that
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Coachella Weekend 1 is in the books for 2019. Despite a small (very large) fire in the campgrounds the festival was widely a success. There were performances from all areas of music ranging from rap and hip hop, to top 40 pop, to some of the best underground EDM in the world. Coachella is always
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Ultra Music Festival‘s second day of production was nothing short of explosive. Martin Garrix fans found an unexpected new Garrix single on major streaming platforms everywhere just minutes after Garrix took Ultra’s main stage. Sound familiar? It should have, for that single was none other than Matisse & Sadko and Alex Aris’ collaboration, “Mistaken,” which comprised the opening of Garrix’s Ultra set. Garrix’s swift progression from the live debut of an unreleased ID, to the formal release thereof, however, was but one of the many noteworthy electronic developments of Ultra’s second day.
From deadmau5‘s presentation of the cutting-edge technology that is Cube 3.0 for the very first time during his main stage closing set, to Zedd’s gritty remix of Swedish House Mafia‘s “Save to World,” not to mention Illenium‘s Ultra debut, day two of the Miami flagship kept live streamers and attendees alike engaged in their uncertainty of just what would happen next. Relive the festival’s momentous sequel to day one with sets from Zedd, Armin van Buuren, Illenium, NGHTMRE & Slander (Gud Vibrations), Tchami, deadmau5, and Martin Garrix.
Revisit live sets from Ultra’s opening day, here.
Zedd, Main Stage
Armin van Buuren, Main Stage
Illenium, Main Stage
NGHTMRE & Slander (Gud Vibrations)
Tchami, Main Stage
deadmau5, Main Stage
Martin Garrix, Main Stage
Photo credit: Philippe Wuyts Photography
Day 2 of the 21st installment of Ultra Music Festival is over, and the EDM world is buzzing about some of Saturdays set. Thankfully if you didn’t get to watch the full coverage of the stream yesterday, we got you covered here with a TON of FULL sets that we’ve already found across the web.
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