October 21, 2019 | we don’t succumb to merely “spooky” down south. It’s sinister Season. And the Crescent City is where you want to be. Let’s get caught up on everything happening in our quirky corner of Southern dance music. Here’s your latest roundup…
Figure brought his new Terror Visuals to Republic NOLA. Boogie T and his Trio brought all the good vibes to Lafayette’s NiteTown. LSDream and Shlump perfomored absolute magic at Republic NOLA. And GRiZ funked his way into the Fillmore.
There is so much happening in the next week or two. Here are some obvious events you need to attend. Voodoo Music & Arts Festival 2019. All of the Deja Voodoo afterparties. Hell’s Gala. And certainly BASSIK‘s nine-year anniversary, featuring Borgore and Kai Wachi. And as always, all you techno lovers can head to Techno Club’s facebook page to see what they have going on over this ominous, lovely time.
Last but not least, fresh tunes. New music is courtesy of Boo Munch, The Gentle Giant, Wermzer, Hyphee and BuckTen.
Aside from BUKU and Mardi Gras, this is easily the busiest weekend NOLA sees on a yearly basis. Here’s what we think you need to know.
Voodoo 2019 — Bassnectar, Bring Me The Horizon, Rezz, Guns N’ Roses, Big Gigantic, Dr. Fresch. Need I say more? I didn’t think so. Buy your tickets here.
Along with a major festival comes major afterparties. Here’s the complete list.
And you’re absurd if you think we forgot Hell’s Gala, featuring Slander and Jai Wolf. Check out the official listing here.
Fresh Deep South Dance Releases
Boo Munch revamped his & WAYVZ unforgettable tune “Calcium” with a VIP that smacks the hell out of all of us.
Boo Munch felt like decimated our ears — in the best way possible — with his latest release, “Rise.”
Here are some filthy, trappy tunes from the one and only The Gentle Giant.
We’ve got a wonky one from Wermzer.
Hyphee delivered the heavy yet colorful vibes with “Whatcha Say.”
Finally, we have a unique DnB track from our very own BuckTen, “Champion Sound.”
Contact Sean@riverbeats.life to be included in our upcoming Deep South Dance roundups.
Featured Image: BASSIK