Saturday, 23 March 2013

   Avicii, Afrojack, Tiesto Go 'Hard' At Ultra Music Festival

Weekend two of the Miami move assembling presented EDM great-hitters, climbing stars and a positively harder vibe.

Not long after Tommie Sunshine's Sunday evening exhibition keep going weekend at Ultra Music Festival, the famously blunt veteran DJ tweeted, "Anyone who has anything terrible to state about @ultramusic & the encounter children are having decidedly have never been." So far, with weekend two of the fest under way, its clear the DJ's expressions hold accurate.

Friday evening checked the kickoff of the second weekend of the greatly respected UMF, which (on its 15th 'go-adjust) gloated seven stages and something like 200,000 EDM fans heaped into Bayfront Park, wearing everything from neon clothing to tutus, capes and unicorn ensembles. All had grins on their appearances as they intended up for the day's varied EDM lineup.

Dynamic house, electro, name-step and trap were right around the electronic kinds that got sparkle, with acts like DJ/producers Cazzette, Nicky Romero, Bloody Beetroots, Deniz Koyu, Sidney Samson and Eric Prydz hitting the stage, and shutting powerhouse DJ Kaskade, Avicii, Afrojack and Tiësto conveying on greatly suspected sets.

Tiësto, who revealed a few new tracks, shocked the swarm by playing numerous melodies from much prior in the decade. The Dutch star even had Hardwell go along with him for part of his set. Consistent with Tiësto, who has played UMF now for numerous sequential years, this release of Ultra appears to have a "distinctive vibe" from those of years past. The 2013 fest's music is all the more nearly connected with "harder drops" than "sweet vocals," he illustrated.

Then, Afrojack's trippy stage visuals and elevated-vigor exhibition had the swarm shrieking as he moved around playing pop-hits for example his "Sovereign" remix and "As Your Friend," which made major move-craze. At the same time most likely the most-foreseed set of the nighttime was Avicii, who previous in the week had disclosed he'd be presenting his new collection at Ultra.

The DJ/producer played top picks for example "Fade Into Darkness," "Levels" and his remix of Florence and the Machine's "You've Got the Love," which was went hand in hand with by hard blasts and noisy drops for the first 30 minutes. Avicii then took a strongly startling turn, as he tested the swarm by abandoning his signature sound with the goal that Aloe Blacc, Mac Davis and parts of '90s alt-rock band Incubus could help him finalize off a country/folk/electronic-combined set. Doubtlessly, it astounded and stunned numerous in participation.

Inquire for proceeding Ultra Music Festival scope as we opening selective virtuoso questions, exhibitions and increasingly on News and in an uncommon "Miami" scene of Clubland, airing Saturday, March 30


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