Tonight, we look back on the second day of SnowGlobe Music Festival. If you need to check back and remind yourself of some of the fun from day one, feel free.
Following the aftermath of day one, day two promised even more star power with an incredible line up. From the filthiest of dubstep to riot starting electro house, day two turned into a night of complete devastation. So without further adieu, let’s cut the bull shit and get down to business.
The night started with an ultra filthy set from Datsik. The dude from British Columbia does not hold back when it comes to his sets. He is on a mission to destroy as many ears and minds as he possibly can. His set at SnowGlobe was no different, he dropped the most ruthless dubstep that any single person could handle in one hour. It was pretty impressive to be honest. Most notably, he dropped the Downlink remix of his break out single, Swagga, and pretty much obliterated a few thousand people.
Datsik – Swagga (Downlink Remix)
After the dust had finally managed to settle from the Datsik set, it was time for the French wonder kid, Madeon, to take the stage. Keep in mind that this kid is only 16 and he’s already taking dance music to the next level. Even though he followed up a strictly filth set, he still took converted the Sierra tent into a French house rager. His technical abilities are astonishing and are proven beyond comprehension by his live mash up, Pop Culture.
Madeon – Pop Culture
Following Madeon was none other than Fool’s Gold Records frontman and one-half of Duck Sauce, A-Trak. Alain stepped up on stage straight of his flight into Tahoe and strung together an hour and a half of pure quality disco and electro house. Alain’s skill as a DJ is immediately noticeable any time he steps up to the decks. A-Trak was the biggest treat of Friday night.
Finally, on the main stage, Bassnectar closed out the night with a mesmerizing yet heart racing set. He started out with an aggressive line up of pure bass anthems before switching to more emotionally riveting downtempo beats. Unlike Datsik who pounded out straight filth, Bassnectar took on a more thoughtful approach. Rather, Lorin sought to take the crowd on a journey, an exploration of sound. Lorin toyed with the crowd, using constant peaks and valleys within his set in order to keep the people guessing. Finally, he closed out the most impressive night of the weekend with his classic remix of Lights followed by the ridiculous Daladubz track, Pink Elephants.
Daladubz – Pink Elephants VIP
To check out more of the fun from Friday night, scope this video to recap all of day two.