The show itself was a major grab for the San Diego-based LED, who recently replaced L.A. company Giant as promoters at the venue. So far, this show proved that this was a match made in techno heaven. For once Costa Mesa's Sutra, along with Identity management Group, didn't manage to grab Madeon first.
Towards the end of the set, Madeon showed some impressive versatility, shifting from electro to moombathon, and then a trance-inspired version of Deadmau5's “The Veldt” and “Language” by Porter Robinson. The crowd kept their energy as he brought back his style of electro disco and original hit “Icarus.” His last round of ammo included a rapid fire mix of the Killers' “Mr. Brightside,” Deadmau5's “Raise Your Weapon”, Dada Life's “Kick Out Epic Motherfucker”, Blur's iconic 90s joint “Woo Hoo” and Knife Party's “Internet Friends.” Something tells us he'll probably have a few more of those after last night's performance.
EDM crossover hipsters, hipsters, a wannabe raver and more hipsters.