Fusing together a rare blend progressive house, techno, and electro, Julian Gray carves out his own groundbreaking genre his fans have deemed as “progresso.”
Eric Prydz has been a name on everyone’s lips this summer, under his Pryda alias he released an album’s worth of material, his new live shows Holosphere and V O I D, were the talk of Tomorrowland and Creamfields and his Labor Day performance at Brooklyn Mirage was reportedly the biggest of the year.
The hype around Creamfields 2019 was real and now the legendary festival has ended its last day for its current edition with a bang.
If you weren’t aware already, Tomorrowland‘s Freedom Stage suffered some damage when a part of the ceiling sank, on Wednesday afternoon.
2018 saw Newcastle’s Cristoph collaborate with Camelphat to release last year’s global dance music hit, ‘Breathe’.
Always pushing the bar when it comes to the most advanced amalgamation of music and technology, Eric Prydz EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) series never ceases to amaze. Year on year, version to version, it only gets better by leaps and bounds and exceeds any and all expectations.
On Saturday 25th May, HOLO, the mind-blowing live show from Eric Prydz lands in London’s Finsbury Park, kicking off the Steel Yard weekender on May Bank Holiday.
For those who were waiting for a dose of new work from Eric Prydz, here’s something.
Tomorrowland 2019 Full Lineup
Parklife has revealed the final artists set to join the festivals tenth anniversary at Manchester’s Heaton Park on 8th and 9th June, plus two brand new stages hosted by Reprezent and GRM Daily.
If there’s one artist who continues to deliver groundbreaking electronic shows, constantly pushing the boundaries of event production, its Eric Prydz.