TWO LANES are a brother duo who make some really dope music. Their latest offering is a flip of Odesza’s single “Line of Sight”, which is one of their favorite songs off Odesza’s A Moment Apart LP. Their chill trap take on the original takes it out of the more atmospheric soundscape and more into
As the sun set in front of the Firefly Stage on Saturday, June 16, a crescent moon had risen just beyond the tree line that which left a glistening light upon the Woodlands – the perfect setting for an unlikely surprise during the evening’s first headlining set. The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers spotted a sign in
Odesza’s music is already so easy to dance and have fun to – what could make it better? Well, add in Leon Bridges on their song “Across the Room” and some amazing remixes and you suddenly have 7 brand new songs to love. Odesza released the playlist today featuring five remixes, and two extended remixes
Coming off another preeminent performance at Red Rocks Amphitheater this weekend, ODESZA just won’t stop showering their familial fan base with love. The Seattle-based electronic duo have now released a 6-track remix EP of their soulful single, “Across The Room” ft. Leon Bridges. The remix pack includes a soothing, ethereal rendition from Tycho, a left-field experimental take from Canadian newcomer Yung Heat, a shiny and shimmering remix from AbJo, and a two cuts from K-pop producer Durante.
Each contributor has done well at making the original completely their own, while maintaining its emotive integrity.
Few things compare to the wave of musically-induced euphoria that ensues when witnessing ODESZA play out their 2012-classic “IPlayYouListen;” though, seeing the electronic duo throw down an incredible new version of the tune might just surpass that.
Fans of ODESZA witnessed history in the making at the duo’s recent Red Rocks show, as they went into a new rendition of the track.
Just a year to the date of their last performance at the legendary venue, ODESZA sold-out their two-night run in mere minutes, and seemed, as they always do, to delight their fans with surprises new and old along the way.
Odesza returned for a show at Denver’s iconic venue, Red Rocks last night. The show was almost a year to the date of their last performance. The now legendary duo sold out a two-night run in the venue in a matter of minutes, and this weekend they took to the stage to blow the crowd
Emerging crossover festival brand Lost Lake has reportedly been cancelled ahead of the event’s second annual installment. The multi-day festival, still in its infancy, came by way of powerhouse event promoter Superfly — the organizing body behind massively successful event properties like Outside Lands and Bonnaroo. Dancing Astronaut has reached out to Lost Lake representatives for comment, though at the time of publication, no response has been received.
Superfly is expected to release an official statement on festival’s cancellation, though the cause behind shuttering Lost Lake is likely due to poor ticket sales following last year’s impressive reported turnout of over 45,000 attendees. The inaugural installment brought a well-rounded blend of talent including Chance The Rapper, ODESZA, and Major Lazer to the Valley of the Sun. While this year’s edition is no longer taking place, hopefully Superfly still plans to continue breaking into Phoenix’s largely untapped festival market in the future.
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Odesza is one of the few acts I will quite literally drop anything at a moments notice to go see live. As I am writing this I was just talking to my friend about my regret of not planning a trip up to Red Rocks for their upcoming show. The guys are not only incredibly
In a new video, ODESZA tell their story about starting production on their massively popular album, A Moment Apart. The duo needed to get away from the pressures and distractions of everyday life, so they took a writing trip to Lake Chelan in Washington.
They struggled with finding inspiration in the first couple days. That’s when Naomi Wild came in. In the below video, the singer/songwriter tells her story about finding inspiration to write from ODESZA’s performance at the Do LaB during Coachella 2014. Wild wrote the lyrics for “Higher Ground,” recorded them, and had her manager find a way to send the vocals to ODESZA. Once they heard her vocals, their writers block was cured. The rest is history.
DJ Mag has had a few issues in recent years with their legendary Top 100 poll. Mainly incredible amounts of voter fraud. I mean levels of voter fraud that would almost constitute the word “comical” being used. But there has been one contest that DJ Mag annually throws that has stayed widely unaffected by voter