Euphoria Music Festival returns to Austin, TX for another stacked weekend. As festival season is blossoming, the biggest names in the electronic music scene and a couple of your hip-hop favorites are coming together at Carson Creek Ranch on April 7-10. Euphoria really outdid themselves with this lineup; they’re spoiling us! You’ve got your favorites from jam band, moombahton, trance, and the entire realm of EDM who will be putting on mind-blowing sets from Thursday night all through Sunday night. They’re also hosting onsite camping, so grab your friends and a tent, and prepare for a LIT weekend.
Here are 5 artists that we’re looking forward to seeing:
Goldfish is an electronic duo from South Africa, and my oh my, do they know how to put on a performance. They incorporate a variety of live instrumentals into good ole house music. Adding some flute, bass, sax really adds a lot of freakin’ soul into an electronic set. And they definitely bring the energy, their stage presence is great and it haves you dancing along with them. This is a must-see act at Euphoria.
Andrew Luce has been making a name for himself in the future bass community. I especially love the hip-hop and R&B elements in his original releases, and love how he completely transforms songs in his remixes. His music definitely bridges hip-hop and electronic music, and his music will have you dancing and singing along.
I’m really curious to see Alex Cruz live. He hosts his own podcast called Deep & Sexy Podcast, and let me tell you, it’s pretty deep and sexy. Between his smooth vocal and instrumental tunes, I’m sure he’ll have something great to offer. So not encouraging risky business or anything, but I’m sure you’ll want to grab someone in the crowd and start tearing up the dancefloor during his set.
The alias definitely suits the music. His music is its own experimental genre. His music can be very liberating, and you can close your eyes and just imagine yourself in the wild, sometimes a forest, sometimes a jungle. He uses a wide variety of instrumentals on his tunes, different brasses, winds, bells and drums, amongst many others. Let’s see what wild experience you’ll have during his performance.
Another future bass artist to look out for at Euphoria. The crowd will definitely be jumping around when the drop hits. His music is on the more upbeat end of the future bass spectrum. He has a diverse range of remixes from indie rock to hip-hop, and when you’re listening to any of them, you’ll be able to pick up on his own creative theme that he’s applied to all of them.
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