Anyone having serious fomo from this past CRSSD festival? Here’s a playlist filled with some of the talented headlining and underground acts that performed throughout the weekend. Whether you’re cleaning, exercising, or driving home from work, we’ve created a 100 song playlist to bring you back to that special place and to relive some of your best memories.
CRSSD continued to bring the hottest emerging artists.
The Spring music festival took over San Diego’s city hall and sets up three stages across the waterfront. The Ocean View stage housed genres of dream pop, synth pop, future bass and melodic house. Odesza, Whethan, Phantogram, Ladytron, Petit Biscuit are just a few of the melodic artists that graced the stage this past weekend. Additionally, live sets by Classixx and Booka Shade were a nice change of pace from the many electronic acts that played over the two days.
Watch Whethan’s latest music video for “Top Shelf”:
Various house sets heated up the Palms and City Steps’ stages.
The Palms stage saw some of your favorite Desert Hearts’ and Dirtybird producers. Tech house mixes by Steve Darko, Doc Martin, Catz n’ Dogz quickly jumpstarted the party. Justin Martin shook the stage and dropped a few songs by Ardalan, including his remix of “Hello Clouds”. Anyone here their latest EP together, entitled Yonder? Complete insanity.
Stream Yonder EP now:
Lane 8 and DJ Seinfeld also dropped by the Palms to sprinkle in some dreamy deep and lofi house mixes. But if you were looking for more deep house, then City Steps stage was the place to be. Maetrik (Maceo Plex) and Stephan Bodzin entranced the crowd with their own live performances. Enrico Sangiuliano flew in from Milan Italy, and showcased his own blend of melodic techno/house style. Other artists that continued the magic were Waze & Odyssey, Mason Maynard, and The Martinez Brothers.
Stream a one hour mix by The Martinez Brothers:
Stream Waze & Odyssey’s “Shape”:
Each year CRSSD’s innovative artist selection attracts a vibrant crowd filled with energy and happiness.
From the festival’s breezy location to its unique lineup, CRSSD provides a free-spirited setting to discover new music or hear a recently acclaimed artist.