- EDM's biggest names playing at this years 2019 Elements Music & Arts Festival
Emanating from rural France, and growing up at a time when European Electronic and House music was popular, CloZee initially had little interest in it. Her musical inception began by taking a more traditional approach to musical craftsmanship.
At only 11, she was already writing on her classical guitar. However, by age the of 16, the influence of artists like Bonobo and edIT lead her down the path of producing her own unique electronic sound. She now creates which can best be described as world Bass. CloZee’s music takes her fans on a voyage. Trampling seas of Eastern influenced instrumentation held together by illustrious rhythms, and then blended with hard hitting western bass. As a result, she has created a fusion that is uniquely identifiable. If you find yourself on the fence about which stage to flock to with your squad, CloZee will be there waiting for you. Check CloZees socials: Instagram, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter.
4. Big Gigantic
When Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken started their Boulder-based EDM project, Big Gigantic, the two musicians never could’ve expected the whirlwind that was about to propel them into electronic stardom.
At the point when Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken began their Boulder-based EDM venture, Big Gigantic, the two performers never expected the success that would come after. Neither did they fathom that Big Gigantic would become such a household name. Formed in 2008, today their content has millions of streams, and they have reputation for heart pumping performances at festivals, many flocking to Elements Lakewood will be doing so specifically for them. If you have not had the chance to see them live, this is a perfect festival to do so. And, to those who have yet to hear their music, it is time to break out your half broken iPhone headphones and start bumping to the grooves Lalli and Salken want to share with everyone. Check out their new track featuring NGHTMRE here. To find out more about Big Gigantic check out their socials: Instagram, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter.
3. Justin Martin
As a remixer of classics like Radiohead’s ‘Nude’ and Marshall Jefferson’s ‘Mushrooms,’ curator of a 2010 essential mix, and DJ who has graced the decks of the world’s best clubs and festivals..
Justin Martin always trying to push his creativity with the music that he makes. He likes to listen and appreciate so many different styles and genres of music so it’s fun for him to try and encapsulate a variety of influences into his own sound. The ultimate goal is to make music that is timeless, regardless of the style or genre. With his style and stage performance of the Justin Martin is sure to bring out the inner dancer in the most stoic of festival attendees and what better a place for that to happen than Elements’ Lakewood? Be sure to check out his set! To to keep up with Justin Martin’s socials: Instagram, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter.
2. Liquid Stranger
With a focus on a sweeping etherial baselines, handcrafted textured beats, and a passion for experimentation; Swedish Producer Martin Stääf took on the moniker Liquid Stranger. Stääf imprints his signature sound on every genre he borrows from to create the iconic sound he has been crafting from even before he begged his father for his first synthesizer at the tender age of 8. Liquid Stranger socials: Instagram, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter.
Disclosure are an English electronic music duo consisting of brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence . The siblings grew up in Reigate, Surrey. Their debut studio album, Settle, released on 3 June 2013, by PMR Records, was nominated for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards. They released a second studio album, Caracal, on 25 September 2015 which was also nominated for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the 2016 Grammy Awards Be sure to dance Wirth your friends to some of Disclosures hits singles with recognized artists. You do not want to miss out on this artist. Check out Disclosure socials: Instagram, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitter.