First and foremost, let's take a moment to appreciate the all-around awesomeness behind this entire lineup from top to bottom. From the artwork to the full list of artists on the bill, we are thoroughly impressed. It's truly one of our favorites, and we couldn't be more excited to attend for the first time this year at Carson Creek Ranch in Austin, Texas.
It's a given that you should see each of the headliners on here, so we are only going to focus on more of the up-and-coming artists that we want to ensure don't get overlooked when you're planning schedules and trying to figure out who to see.
Prismo is a local Texas native from Houston that has been killing the bass music scene with some his unique twist on insane trap remix/bootlegs. From Fetty Wap, to throwback Mike Jones/Slim Thug, he will certainly give you a bass fix this weekend.
#4) SPACE JESUS
Space Jesus is a Brooklyn, NY native that has really risen to fame in lowend scene in recent years. According to his facebook and soundcloud, "he explores the electronic auditory universe in search of lower frequencies, future feels, and fire beats"--which couldn't be closer to the truth. His catchy bass hooks will surely keep you mesmerized for the entirety of his set.
#3) G Jones
G Jones has been a personal favorite for the past two years, when it comes to bass music. Ever since I discovered his Lowend Theory Mix in the depths of Soundcloud, I have been absolutely hooked. G Jones will be returning this year, so he is no stranger to Euphoria--but I'm sure he has an epic set up his sleeve that will make you glad you didn't pass it up.
#2) BIG WILD
I discovered Big Wild when he opened up for an Odesza show I attended in Boulder, CO in February 2015. I was completely captivated by his unique twist to encompass multiple blends of genres, working in some mashup samples as well as his own unique sounds and live aspects. His well-known whistling in his remix of Hey Mami - Sylvan Esso (Big Wild Remix) has been very well-received and you can expect to see him actually whistle out the part during his live set.
Odesza's Foreign Family Collective label released their 9th track with Big Wild's original "Aftergold" featuring Tove Stroke. The originally (instrumental) track released last April 2015, but added Tove Stroke's vocals when it was released on FFC this past month.
His set will be one of the most unique this weekend, and his live performance aspect will give you a taste of where electronic music is really gravitating. We anticipate his growth will continue and he may very well headline festivals in the future - so make sure you check him out if you'll be at Euphoria, or at other festivals on his tour this year.
Okay, so maybe I lied...Tycho could be considered a headliner, but still. They are so far out in their unique style of music and live performance, that you'd be crazy to miss their set, given the opporunity. Ironically, the best way to describe their performance would be "Euphoric". They will take you on a hypnotizing journey with their music and self-curated and designed graphics--truly showcasing what beautiful music sounds like. This would be our hands-down (DO NOT MISS) set of the weekend, whether you're more about electronic music, hip hop or jam bands -- they will put on one of the best sets of the entire weekend. Do yourselves a favor and #FindYourEuphoria here.
Written by Ryan Quella