Dateless ‘Hit Em With The EP’
June 26, 2017
June 26, 2017
It seems like Ultra Music Festival just went down and now we’re just a few days away from Phoenix Lights! We’re heading full swing into festival season and we couldn’t be more excited. Thanks to the internet it’s become possible to relive sets over and over again and these 5 Ultra sets are sure to get you pumped for this weekend!
Zhu is always a fan favorite and this set explains why. He opens with “Nightcrawler” followed by his new remix of “Bad and Boujee”. It’s deep and dark but also fun and lively–Zhu can do it all! His set is composed mostly of his own tracks, minus a few from Daft Punk, Gorillaz and Jay-Z, but we don’t mind at all. This is one of his best sets yet making us all the more excited to catch him at Phoenix Lights.
Vindata threw down at the UMF Radio Stage. There was a little bit of everything in this set, including a lot of mashups that made it extra groovy. Lil Wayne vs. Wave Racer – ‘Go DJ’ vs. ‘Stoopid’, Mija vs. Drake – ‘Better’ vs. Controlla, Aazar vs. Green Day – ‘Gyal’ vs. ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’, and a mashup of his own tune ‘Crazy’ with Wax Motif had me dancing non-stop!
Above & Beyond Live At Ultra Music Festival Miami 2017 (Full 4K Set)
Above & Beyond always bring the feels, in this set and assuredly at Phoenix Lights as well. They played remixes of all their most beloved songs such as ‘Blue Sky Action’, ‘We’re All We Need’ and ‘Thing Called Love’ as fans jumped in unison with the beat, throwing their hands up and letting their tears fall. A high-quality video of the entire set has been upload, enjoy above and don’t miss their set this weekend!
Alesso dominated the main stage at Ultra. His set included a lot of acapella version of what you regularly hear as bangers such as Valentino Khans “Deep Down Low”, DJ Snake’s “Propaganda” and 2 Chainz “Where U Been?”. It was also full of sick mashups including a Sebastian Ingrosso vs. Alesso & Ryan Tedder vs. Candi Staton vs. Whitney Houston – “Laktos is Calling” vs. “You Got The Love” vs. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (Sebastian Ingrosso Re-Edit). We can’t wait to see what he does on the Phoenix Lights stage.
Tchami is always a fan favorite with his danceable drops. He smashed 25 songs into his hour-long set, composed largely of remixes and label releases from Confession, OWSLA, and Heldeep. 1001Tracklists noted a new ID from Valentino Khan credited to the Confession Label, so that’s definitely something to look forward to. It was one of the most streamed Ultra sets and has been streamed almost 200K times since Tchami released it on his soundcloud.
Join us this weekend at Hance Park for an invasion like no other. Catch all these artists and many, many more at Phoenix Lights; get your last minute tickets here.