December 9, 2019 | It’s time for another edition of Deep South Dance, your latest on everything dance music related in New Orleans. It’s officially the holiday season in New Orleans, and while the weeks around Christmas may be a bit slow, we have some awesome New Years events coming up on the horizon. Here’s your latest bi-weekly roundup…
Shpongle returned to New Orleans with a live set at the Joy Theatre. His set was – per usual – a psychedelic spectacle. Goopsteppa and Kalya Scintilla prepped the crowd with their own impressive sets, making it a nearly six hour show. Afterwards, Russ Liquid and Thriftworks set off the afterparty and carried it late in to the night.
In other news, Zoolu also announced its 26th edition of Mardi Gras shows. Tiësto and DJ Diesel aka Shaquille O’Neal will headline the Metropolitan in February.
Here’s what’s coming up for us over the next two weeks.
Madeon brings his Good Faith Live tour to New Orleans tomorrow, up-and-comer 1788-L plays Republic NOLA this Friday for their 14th-anniversary show, and Bear Grillz
On Saturday night, Nghtmre opens the portal at the Joy Theatre.
To round out the month, Ekali is bringing is a fall tour to Republic NOLA and a special Wakkan Takeover happens on the 26th and the 27th. Liquid Stranger and friends will post up in town for the weekend. And on New Year’s Eve, Ookay headlines the NYE extravaganza at the Metro, and Herobust rounds out the year at the Republic.
Get the full scoop on all these events are more on our New Orleans events calendar. But don’t worry, we’ll remind you of our regular weekend guides as well.
Fresh Deep South Dance Releases
Every installment of Deep South Dance includes some of the latest releases from local, southern LA producers. Listen to what our swamp family has been up to below.
Shiver me Timbers released a dreamy, soundscape to help listeners relax and unwind with “Celestial Garden.”
Eye10 gives us the “Heavy Shivers”
Greign released the heavy bass banger “Organic Frequencies”
The new indie electronic duo Island Days just released their debut album Under the Lights.
And BuckTen shared his very first EP with us. The Recognize EP is a blend of heavy bass and drum and bass that will have you dancing all the way in to the weekend.
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