Connect with us

Music

San Holo x BAYNK’s live sets left fans levitating

Published

on

On-the-rise EDM singer-songwriter BAYNK and electronic heavyweight San Holo brought hypnotizing light beams and energetic live-sets to life with a refreshing twist.

After witnessing the high-volume performances, it’s no wonder every tour stop is jam-packed, wall-to-wall and nearly sold out. Although Holo is considered to be one of the most prolific disk jockeys of this EDM era, both acts equally put on captivating shows that left every electro house lover in the venue craving more. Throughout the night, the ATLiens couldn’t help but scream to the top of their lungs as the suspense and excitement intensified, and at some points, chanting “ATL HOE,” in unison.

The crowd’s anticipation had a tremendous build-up for tracks from BAYNK like, “Come Home” and his newly released single, “Settle.” And, of course, Holo ripped the theatre apart with critically acclaimed anthems, “We Rise,” “One Thing,” and an exclusive remix to “Light.”

The light shows were absolutely mesmerizing and one for the books. The setups were pretty simplistic, but the color schemes transcended the room into a real-life fairytale, paired perfectly with deep blues and white lighting that cohesively blended with the beats and drops.

One of the most refreshing elements of both sets was the artists adding live instruments into their productions. BAYNK rocked out with his sexy, new saxophone after putting to rest his original gifted to him at the age of 12 from his father, he noted in a previous interview with NDLYSS. Holo brought out major EDM guitar loops and presets that gave the room chills.

The two musician’s solo sets truly connected with the audience. We even spotted one die-hard fan in tears as she mentioned having an out-of-body experience, “I’ve been listening to San Holo for years. His music is therapeutic. I recently got hip to BAYNK, and honestly can’t get enough of his music,” she said.

Her feelings definitely echoed the entire vibe of last night’s show. But as the saying old saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.” San Holo and BAYNK are headed to Washington, D.C., tonight to play at Echo Stage. The tour wraps on Dec. 21 in Seattle.

See show highlights below:

 

 

Facebook Comments

Music

Ambar Lucid vibrates higher in new ‘Questioning My Mind’ music video

Published

on

Derrick K. Lee

On the heels of the release of “Questioning My Mind,” Dominican/Mexican-American songstress Ambar Lucid shares the accompanying video. Directed by TheVideoboy, “Questioning My Mind” sees Ambar following her younger self, slowly enveloping herself in vines as time goes on. The visual is the second from Ambar this Fall, following the Edward Allerton-directed “Mar De Llanto.”


Ambar shares about the song, “I wrote ‘Questioning My Mind’ during a time when everything in my life was beginning to change drastically. My music career was becoming more stable and I noticed how it made people in my life act a bit different. It made me question many things about myself and many things that were once familiar to me. I came to the realization that just because someone is close to me, it doesn’t mean they’ll always be positive towards the way my life is going.”


The visual for “Questioning My Mind” arrives in the midst of a wildly busy and successful year for Ambar. She released her debut EP Dreaming Lucid, shared the documentary Llegaron Las Flores, which chronicles her journey to reconnect with her father after he was deported to Mexico, and toured North America with Cuco, Omar Apollo, and Mon Lafarte.


Watch “Questioning My Mind” above.

Facebook Comments

Continue Reading

Music

Megan Thee Stallion rolls out Episode 2 of Hottieween Series

Published

on

Facebook Comments

Continue Reading

Music

Quiet Luke’s ‘Berlin’ is bona fide electronic Heaven

Published

on

Quiet Luke by Harshvardhan Shah

New York-based singer-songwriter Quiet Luke has released a new song from his forthcoming debut album. “Berlin” is a nostalgic meditation on being in love, the artist remembering a surreal period in the city of the same name infused with electronic and pop elements. The track is his third release this year, following visuals for “Something To Lose” and “Interference.” 


Quiet Luke is an NYC based singer-songwriter and producer from Hollywood, Florida. His experience creating an identity as a first-generation American while being simultaneously exoticized and outcast serves as the bedrock for his artistic dialogue. With a unique perspective on culture and history, the artist utilizes the canons of rock ‘n roll, the avant-garde, and sci-fi/fantasy escapism in conjunction with a musical foundation spanning classical, beat making, and pop music as tools to build a new world.

Coming of age in a fractured world metamorphosing into something even more sinister, the artist found himself in his “blue period” between 2015 and 2019. He released two EPs, Beholden in 2016 and Your Happy Place the year after, admittedly prototypes, while he meticulously crafted his masterpiece. His forthcoming debut album, 21st Century Blue, is a thesis on the first third of his life in the form of an “epic.” 

Facebook Comments

Continue Reading

Trending