• CRSSD Festival Announces Phase II Lineup
• Disclosure and Rudimental Choose Nas, Nicolas Jaar, and more for Wild Life
• Mano Le Tough, DJ Tennis, and Marcus Worgull Remix Vermont on Upcoming EP
CRSSD Festival Announces Phase II Lineup
CRSSD Festival, presented by FNGRS CRSSD and Goldenvoice, today released its phase two lineup featuring further pioneering DJs and live acts from across the spectrum of electronic music.
The likes of James Murphy, Damian Lazarus, and Kaytranada join an already epic line-up that includes Chromeo, Empire Of The Sun, Hot Natured, Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, DJ Harvey and many more, swelling the festival’s performers to more than 50.
CRSSD Festival stands apart as a unique, forward thinking, 21+ electronic music festival experience. The incredible waterfront location and unmatched line-up of live acts and DJs, are set to make CRSSD a landmark event for Southern California and North America.
CRSSD will offer a full selection of craft beer, a mixology program and local food vendors from the San Diego area.
Tickets are on-sale on via CRSSD Website (www.crssd.com)
Disclosure and Rudimental Choose Nas, Nicolas Jaar, and more for Wild Life
Wild Life, the festival from Disclosure and Rudimental just got way bigger.
Announced this week, the event will take place at Brighton City Airport in June and will feature a stack of house, techno and hip hop talent.
Seth Troxler, Wu Tang Clan and David Rodigan are among the names already announced and now the rest of the line-up has been unveiled, with NAS, Mark Ronson, Soul II Soul, Nicolas Jaar (pictured above), Gorgon City, Eats Everything, Earl Sweatshirt and many more joining the festivities.
The event has sparked a large demand for pre-sale tickets and dedicated fans lined up at Wild Life’s pop-up box office located in Shoreham-By-Sea this week.
Tickets are on general sale now and can be purchased here.
Mano Le Tough, DJ Tennis, and Marcus Worgull Remix Vermont on Upcoming EP
Having already spawned a remix EP overseen entirely by Prins Thomas, the Vermont pair’s self-titled debut LP for Kompakt (a record which we deemed one of 2014’s best) will again be the subject of a forthcoming collection of reworks. For The Other Versions EP, Mano Le Tough (pictured above) and DJ Tennis have been brought in to rework two separate album cuts, while Vermont member—alongside Danilo Plessow (a.k.a. Motor City Drum Ensemble)—Marcus Worgull has taken it upon himself to rework LP standout “Übersprung.”
Set to arrive on February 16 via Kompakt in both vinyl and digital forms, the tracklist and artwork for the upcoming Other Versions remix collection have been included below.
1. Übersprung (Mano LeTough Mix)
2. Übersprung (Marcus Worgull Edit)
3. Majestät (DJ Tennis Edit)