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Known for his cutting-edge visual spectacles, Eric Prydz recently uploaded another glimpse into his new live show HOLO to his social media accounts. The progressive house auteur previously announced the new show concept in January, which will pioneer the use of holographic technology in the live music experience.

Building off Prydz’s visually stunning EPIC 5.0 display, the short clip shows a massive DNA helix in rotation as it seamlessly floats above the ground — altogether messing with our conception of 3-dimensional spaces. Still, there are big plans on the horizon for an EPIC 6.0 reboot set to premiere sometime next year.

Prydz plans to bring his live HOLO set-up to three UK stops this summer: June 2nd at Braehead Arena (Glasgow), June 30th at the Belsonic Festival (Belfast), and August 30th at the Creamfields Festival (Daresbury).

HOLO – testing a classic!

A post shared by Eric Prydz (@ericprydz) on Apr 12, 2018 at 10:20am PDT

Featured photo: Rukes.

Few acoustic versions of electronic tracks retain quite the same energy and pizzaz as the original. Surprisingly, Marshmello and Anne-Marie’s acoustic cover of their hit track “FRIENDS” is quite close to the original, and it is certainly an impressive acoustic take. This is likely thanks to Anne-Marie’s polarizing vocals being the center piece of the song, but that won’t stop anyone from giving Marshmello the credit he deserves for playing the guitar chords perfectly with his peripheral vision undoubtedly thwarted by his Marshmallow-themed helmet.

A wave of sadness passed among Beyoncé fans in 2017 when the decision was made to cancel her Coachella headlining performance out of pregnancy help concerns.

She more than made up for time on Saturday night, April 14, when she finally took over the mega-festival’s main stage for what will go down as one of the most iconic performances in its history. It opened with an extravagant college-themed arrangement of dancers, musicians, and bright costumes that gave way to a powerful entrance by the “Queen” herself. All the while, she kept her audience engaged as she paid homage to various factors that comprise her musical roots with hardly a crack in her voice.

Coachella is known for its artists bringing out a variety of all-star cameos, and Beyoncé was no different. Viewers were blown away at the reunion of Destiny’s Child, who performed a string of beloved classics. Jay-Z was also brought on stage for a sentimental “Déjà Vu” performance. By the end of her two-hour slot, some pundits even ..

With subtle hints of spring in the air and the sounds of music lovers driving through the streets in their brightest of colors, the NOS events center in San Bernadino, California once again transformed itself into one of the largest, transcendent dance music events in the country, Insomniac’s Beyond Wonderland festival! Bennett Sell-Kline | Jake […]

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