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September 22, 2023
September 22, 2023
Every August, an arts and music festival takes over the city of San Francisco: Outside Lands. Golden Gate Park provides festival attendees with a perfect picturesque landscape, local vendors sell some of the best food on the festival scene, and of course many of our favorites take over the musical line-up making this festival an unforgettable experience that is one in its own.
Whether you’re headed to the city by the Bay or not, check out these 5 songs you need on your Outside Lands Playlist.
1. RÜFÜS / RÜFÜS DU SOL- Innerbloom
RÜFÜS DU SOL are the vibe kings. This track is almost 10 minutes long, and keeps you captivated every second with chill beats and smooth vocals that carry you to places your mind has never been.
2. GRiZ x Big Gigantic- Let The Good Times Roll
Are you feeling funky? GRiZ has got you. With the help of Big Gigantic, “Let The Good Times Roll” is one of those songs that just makes you want to get up and dance. Outside Lands is the perfect place to let the good times roll, so let loose and enjoy your weekend with GRiZ.
3. José González – This Is How We Walk On The Moon (Thomas Jack Remix)
You’re probably just used to Thomas Jack’s tropical house mixes, but we have grown and so has he. Although he is still a major influence in the tropical house genre, his newer music is less tropical and more chill-vibey. His remix of “This is How We Walk On The Moon” has a creeping build-up which leads into a track with just the right amount of tempo.
4. Jauz x Netsky – Higher (Original Mix)
This bass-house track takes the genre in a new direction. Unique chord progressions and key signatures combine with Netsky and Jauz’s individual styles making this track one in its own. Jauz will take you higher this weekend, so don’t miss him!
5. TOKiMONSTA- Caught in the Rain
Brand new from Tokimonsta is this trippy track that flips the mind in every direction. With clicks, deep vocals, high vocals, and a repetitive bass beat, this track is one that you need to hear to fully understand. Let’s just hope we don’t get caught in the rain this weekend with TOKiMONSTA.
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