RB Weekend Preview: Brandi Cyrus, Justin Caruso, Two Friends, Mr. Carmack, Jeremy Olander
July 16, 2019
July 16, 2019
That’s right everybody we’ve got everything you need to have a whole weekend full of good vibes and dancing people! To kick Saturday off we have the one and only legend of trance himself, Armin Van Buren, followed up some some nasty bass from Trollphace and LUMBERJVCK! After that, we’ve got another trance king, Paul Oakenfold, and then we’re gonna head on over to RBDeep to hear Hernan Cattaneo to play some funky house beats! So here is your Official RB Weekend Preview for the Fourth of July weekend!
Armin van Buuren – 7/2
Coming off live and hot from EDC just two weekend ago, Armin is going to bring us all into A State Of Trance! If you didn’t get to see him at EDC he just posted his live set that you can watch right here at this link! Most recently Armin remixed the song Again by Rising Star Feat. Bestie Larkin to show how truly artistic he is and why and how he can instill such emotion in a single song. With every song, Armin really does believe in taking his audience on a journey and weaving them in and out through different builds, drops, and breakdowns to provide different atmospheres al across the border. He is currently on the astounding number of 769 episodes of his A State Of Trance hour long mixes and isn’t planning on stopping anytime soon. Pretty soon he is going to be on episode 1,000 before we all know it!
Trollphace + LUMBERJVCK – 7/2
TrollPhace, aka Damon Orienti, has quickly established himself as one of the filthiest and most violent producers in the game. Home to record labels such as Never Say Die, SMOG, Firepower Records and OWSLA, he wields some of the darkest sounding dubstep that will ever reach your ears. Four months ago he remixed Brillz and Laxx to give us a heavier version of the song “Buck” and just a month before that he was remixing music from the Never Say Die Volume 4 including Skiism and Trampa’s “Black Hole”. He also has a song of Firepower Records with Bear Grillz called “Marijuana” that you’ve probably heard before and will definitely hear this weekend if you come out!
Connor Schatzel, aka LUMBERJVCK is a musical perfectionist, having mastered the guitar, piano, and drums at a young age. To hone his skills as a producer, Connor attended the Icon Collective Music Production School in Burbank, CA. As his music career continued to progress, he won the EDC Chicago Discovery Project in 2013 as well as making an appearance in Borgore’s UZA music video. Two weekends ago he was at EDC LV going b2b with 12th Planet and Protohype showing everyone how filthy they can throw down. If you want you can catch the set right here!
Paul Oakenfold – 7/3
Paul Oakenfold is the UK’s number one DJ. This simple statement, however, doesn’t even begin to properly acknowledge Oakenfold’s stellar contribution to our musical landscape considering that he is currently 52 years old and still doing his thing stronger than ever. His contributions go all the way back to when Acid House ran prevalent among the Ibiza night club nearly 30 years ago in 1987. However, even before that Oakenfold worked as an A&R for Champion Records and his career actually started in the late 1970s, when he started playing soul music in a Covent Garden wine bar. Here, he met Trevor Fung as well as Rumours in London where he played Earth, Wind and Fire and other popular British bands.
Hernan Cattaneo – 7/3
A seasoned producer in his own right, Hernan has further championed his own unique breed of electronic music that has time and time again found itself at the top of popular house music to play. He’s gotten to travel the world playing at some of the most renowned music festivals such the Burning Man, Coachella, Budapest, and EDC. He’s originally from Argentina and probably the most popular from our close neighbors South America and while he isn’t travelling the world he has a residency DJ gig at Clubland Pacha in Buenos Aires.
So as always the titles of each section should bring you to the place to buy any tickets! So drink plenty of water, try and stay cool in the heat, but mostly importantly get out to a show and dance yo funky little soul away!