Tag: CRSSD

CRSSD FEST: A(nother) Step Forward In The US Dance Music Scene

This past weekend Southern California house and techno aficionados came together at the Waterfront park in San Diego to prance, dance, and drink craft beer at the bi-annual CRSSD Festival. I hadn’t been back myself since my trip in March of 2016 for their spring addition and honestly, not much had changed in the year and half I was away. The festival may be in its seventh instalment, but it’s not changing or growing too fast to fit the crowds. Instead, the festival remains the same small size with three stages: The Palms stage, focusing on house artists; The City ... Read more

Desert Hearts Announces Lineup Featuring 72 Hours Of Transcendental House and Techno

Desert Hearts announced the line-up today for their intimate spring festival at Los Coyotes Indian Reservation (Orange County, California) March 31st- April 3. We knew it was going to be an amazing collection of house and techno artists, but honestly had no idea it would be this packed with so many artists to play 72 hours of music for an intimate crowd. The lineup features way more than just the traditional Desert Hearts crew, made up of Mikey Lion, Porkchop, Lee Reynolds, and Marbs — this year the festival features a versatile mix of house and techno acts: like the ... Read more

CRSSD Festival Announces Seth Troxler, Jackmaster, Bob Moses & More For Spring 2017

The crown jewel of Southern California’s thriving festival circuit, CRSSD Festival has announced its star heavy Spring 2017 lineup. Spread amongst three areas over 2 days, CRSSD will welcome diverse, deep and intriguing artists from the house, techno and leftfield strands of electronic music. From 4-5 March, San Diego’s Waterfront park will see live performances from Blood Orange, AlunaGeorge, Dusky, Recondite, and Bob Moses, while Dj sets will comes from 2manyDJs, Jackmaster, Ame, Skream, Seth Troxler b2b Eats Everything, Damian Lazarus, and Midland with many more acts, surprises, and extended sets in tow. See also: CRSSD FEST: A Step Forward ... Read more

Pete Tong Talks Favorite New Acts In Midst Of North American Tour

In the midst of a multi country North American ‘Its All Gone Pete Tong” debut tour, the BBC Radio 1 host will touch down in Los Angeles for a very special Minimal Effort Halloween event. Joined by the likes of Lauren Lane, Amtrac, Kolsch, Claptone, Felix Da Housecat, and more the 29 October sees a particularly exciting date for Pete as he dishes out on the two artists he is most excited to see play: Satori and Jonas Rathsman. On the former, Pete says: “Satori: live – keen to see more “live” acts breaking through and this guys is getting ... Read more

CRSSD FEST: A Step Forward In The US Dance Music Scene

This past weekend in Southern California festival goers gathered in the Waterfront park of San Diego for the semi-annual CRSSD Festival put on by FNGRS CRSSD. Although this is a fairly new festival the attendees were not new to the festival scene. Everyone involved was a seasoned festival goer and this was obvious from outfit choices to the level of commitment to the party and the vibe curated by everyone involved. Firstly, after walking in the gates of CRSSD one notes how beautiful the location is. The waterfront park sits directly on the water and boasts pirate ships and fountains ... Read more

From The Creators Of Coachella, Panorama Festival Comes To NYC

Billed as “Three days of top tier musical performances, dynamic art installations, innovative technology, and some of NYC’s best local eats.” the new Panoarama Festival comes to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park this summer. Panorama comes from Coachella and CRSSD producers (and AEG owned) Goldenvoice and will take place 22-24 July. The name Panorama is taken from a 10,000 ft scale model of the city, which sits in the Queens Museum and is entitled “Panorama of the City of New York”. The event is not without controversy, as the space’s Governor’s Ball Music Festival, which takes place one month ... Read more