Carnage continues to work his way up the international electronic circuit by taking over Las Vegas for the iconic Electric Daisy Carnival this 2013 weekend and has created “A STATE OF CARNAGE”, a short after-film documenting his monumental weekend. From being a fan attending the year before to having your tracks played out by most of the festival just shows how far Carnage has grown. In the video you get to see an inside look at his life from him reflecting on the people he works with including the managers and agents, to bringing his Mother and Grandma out to EDC. There are some cameos from all sides off the electronic world including Tiesto, Datsik, Afrojack, Morgan Page, Crizzly, Dirtyphonics, Figure, Tommy Sunshine and more.
Zeds Dead took over the main stage at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas this past weekend and managed to not conform in the least to the masses of the main stage. Instead, the Canadian duo threw down just as hard of a set as you would expect. Besides the expected loads of bass, they also worked in some of their newer Breaks style that worked great. They have been nice enough to let us pass out the download of the full set below. Enjoy!
Zeds Dead – Electric Daisy Carnival EDC Las Vegas 2013 Live Set | Direct Download
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One of the biggest electronic events in this part of the world, Electric Daisy Carnival has decided to expand to the great city of Chicago, the birthplace to house music. This madness will be going down over the weekend of May 24th – 26th. It was only time before this happened, and countless electronic fans couldn’t be happier. Pre Sales for the event have already sold out, but general admission for the event of just went on sale.
Don’t be left outside without a ticket when this legendary festival rolls through Chi Town and sells out. Some are hesitant about the lineup not being out yet, but it’s EDC after all, you should expect a good mix of the biggest DJs from across the world.
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