Another year of Electric Forest has come and gone. For the first time since 2016, Electric Forest took place over just one weekend. Yes there was a bit more people than years past but after day 1 – there was no issues with that at all. As Electric Forest drew closer – all eyes were on the weather – as storms were forecasted for…well most of the weekend. But the magic of Electric Forest pushed through. Minus a little storm on Friday morning – skies were clear – and the music was uninterrupted. We were lucky enough to swing by Electric Forest 2019 again this year – and wrote about some of our favorite things we ‘learned’ at this year’s event. See you all next year!
Drum and Bass Isn’t Dead (And Neither Is Disco)
The only reason Electric Forest has the free-reign to book such an eclectic roster of artists year after year is because of the open-minded forest goers that attend every year. It’s a give and take relationship that has helped this community thrive into what it is today. Besides an absolutely mental all D&B set from Loadstar and DC Breaks, so many artists made drum and bass a prominent part of their set and brought D&B to the mainstages. Zeds Dead and Claude Von Stroke being two of them. And it worked every time. It didn’t create a general feeling of “How do I move to this” like D&B has in years past.
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