5 artists not to miss at Splash House this weekend – Dancing Astronaut
This year’s June edition has finally arrived. As many music lovers and revered dance music artists make their way into the desert, the excitement continues to build as a weekend filled with state--the-art sounds and desert revelries draw near. Taking place in Palm Springs on June 9-11, the two-day affair music and poolside hangs is in no short supply today’s most buzzed about acts, as many artists are preparing to take the stage at one Splash House’s three ficial hotels – The Saguaro, The Riviera, or The Renaissance. With so much music to be experienced this week, there are at least five acts that are destined make an impression this weekend.
At just 20 years old, is solidifying his stay in the experimental side electronic music. The genre-blending virtuoso is heavily known for his earthly trip-hop-infused performances alongside his meteoric rise to fame since his signing to Soulection at the age 18. His most recent EP Escapism III rounds out a trilogy projects that come together to generate in his most coveted work, lifting his sound to a higher echelon compared to most producers his age. The young artist just wrapped a late-night set at this year’s Lightning in a Bottle and is now making his way across the west coast before setting his sights on this year’s Splash House. Catch Sam Gellaitry at the Riviera Stage on Saturday.
L D R U
One half Australia duo Carmada, solo artist has been furnishing some fresh-cut summer vibes as late. Last year, the burgeoning act released his single “Keeping Score” featuring Paige IV, which dominated the charts and reached No. 14 and No. 22 on Australian ARIA Charts and Triple J’s Hottest 100 respectively. His summer-inspired sounds are garnished with a euphoric blend bass and trap elements – a perfect combination for day-time pool party entertainment. Don’t miss out on this set – catch L D R U on the Riveria Stage on Sunday.
Dallas-native producer has been making serious waves over the past couple months with his cool and collected breezy sound. His light-tempered style music is ideal for lingering around the poolside due to his production’s chilled-out, subtle complexities. Currently in the midst a strong spring tour across North America that has him joining artists like Kaskade, Sam Galleitry, Illenium, and more, the young artist has also been able to churn out some astounding remixes for Lil Uzi Vert‘s “XO TOUR Llif3” and Portugal. the Man’s “” Medasin is set to play at the Riveria Stage on Sunday.
has been a staple player in the dance music world for the last couple months. His far-reaching, ambient production style has won over fans from every corner the globe, and his nature-inspired aesthetic sinks into the more lurid depths a listener’s imagination. Earlier this year, the England-native producer released his sixth album Migration , and recently wrapped up a dramatic set at the coveted venue Red Rocks last month. He also just announced the pre-sale to his Migration Live North American tour for this summer and fall – with the first tour stop being at this weekend’s Splash House.
With roots in house music, has been evolving his music within the past year that displays a maturity in his sound. His recent single, “” encapsulates his growth into a ster, melodious side his production that continues to entice fans – both old and new. On top his consistent output music, his “This Never Happened” tour concept that his kicked f last year challenged social media boundaries at his shows, enforcing a strict ‘No phones/No cameras’ policy. The concept was so successful that Lane is now expanding his mission in the form three “This Never Happened” Summer Gatherings in the states Colorado, New York, and California at the end summer. Just recently, his released a two-part summer mixtape that’s filled with all his favorite selects and heart-rendering originals, which stands as a perfect sample into what to expect as his Splash House set on Sunday at the Saguaro Stage.