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October 17, 2018
October 17, 2018
With Goldrush right around the corner, it’s time to start the pre-festival process: getting outfits together, making Kandi, confirming rides and hotels. During all the hustle and bustle, it’s easy to forget to stop and enjoy the moment. The anticipation is building, so let’s get you hyped with these five tracks from DJ’s set to perform at Goldrush next weekend.
Keys N Krates’ “Keep it 100”
Keys N Krates is a trio of talented musicians coming together to deliver a variety of EDM sounds in “band”-fashion. Using everything from drums, keys, and turntables, this group goes beyond a typical DJ set and delivers a full music experience in each song. This trap track will get you started off right in your Goldrush pregame.
Rich Chigga’s “Dat $tick”
Indonesian rapper Rich Chigga got his start in internet comedy, via Vine and YouTube, but he’s since developed quite a name in hip hop thanks to his deep voice and writing talent. This was his debut track and he’s been evolving ever since.
Hippie Sabotage’s “Devil Eyes”
EDM duo Hippie Sabotage has been changing things up in the industry with their unique, laid-back style and remixes of hot pop songs like Tove Lo’s “Stay High” and Kiiara’a “Gold.” This track is one of their funkier ones, sure to put you in a feel-good mood.
SuperDuperKyle’s “I Spy”
SuperDuperKyle, aka Kyle, aka K.i.D. has been a low-key rapper in the game since 2010 when he first started releasing mixtapes. His first full-length album, Beautiful Loser, was released in 2013 and SuperDuperKyle has been growing in recognition every since. This recent track featuring Lil Yachty has blown up lately and will surely get you in the party mood.
San Holo’s “I Still See Your Face”
San Holo is quickly growing into one of the most well-known, talented producers in the industry. Since his debut in 2014, the Dutch DJ has produced track after track, collaborating with big names like What So Not, Yellow Claw, and Jauz. This is his latest track, and while it might be a little more mellow, it will have you feeling good for your weekend of festival activities.
Now that you’ve got five songs to pregame to, you should be in full hype mode by the time Goldrush commences next weekend. If you haven’t already, get your tickets and other information here.