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Top 5 sets at Digital Dreams 2015

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Top 5 sets at Digital Dreams 2015

Digital Dreams recap from NEXT ENT

5. Zomboy

One of the highest energy performers we saw all day at Digital Dreams. Zomboy kept the crowd bumping with originals, remixes and even some viral mashups. Whether he was pumping up the masses or putting spectactular drops to “peanut butter jelly time,” it’s safe to say Zomboy was a highlight of the rainy day experience.

4. Pete Tong

British legend Pete Tong impressed the crowd with some classic house music that Toronto needed. The constant sound of the bassline never grew tiring, as you could tell the songs were all carefully chosen with a seemingly one track set to keep feet moving and grooves flowing. After taking a look at online communities, it’s obvious no one can say anything bad about the set.

3.  ZEDD

This man knows how to close a show. Between playing originals like “Stay the Night,” with absolutely outstanding effects, pyrotechnics and confetti from Live Nation, or some Deorro (to make up for his cancellation), I’ve never heard a crowd sing along word for word so loudly. Zedd’s set contained a bit of everything for everyone, so whether you wanted to Wild Out to Borgore or Feel The Volume to Jauz, he had you.

2. Deep Dish

Appearing for the second year in a row, Deep Dish met and exceeded expectations for the crowd. Closing the Echo Beach stage, the progressive house duo brought some outstanding vibes to the sand this year once again. Toronto loves their tech house, and the pair delivered with an amazing finale of fireworks to leave dreamers cutting shapes the entire journey home.

1. Martin Garrix

The 19 year old Garrix played like a professional for over a hour on the Dreams Stage with a variety of bangers, trap, a bit of deep house. Including an amazing remix of “Can’t Feel My Face,” Garrix kept the momentum on point with clean transitions and perfectly timed drops. The crowd energy was constant the entire time, surprising many who doubted the young artist previously.

Overall the experience, while shortened by the rain, stayed true to the exceptional production value and lineup Ink and Live Nation has previously delivered. We’re excited to see who they have lined up for next year, as we’re sure they’ll have the same extraordinary atmosphere.
Cover Photo: @Visualbass
Written By: Tony Millar

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