Ever since Electric Daisy Carnival, I’ve been wanting to go on a vacation and relax instead of raging. Work has been slow since we only have summer school hours (perks of working at an elementary school), my graduate program just started back up for the summer quarter, and I was craving an adventure. When I first heard rumors that Kaskade was interested in organizing a special beach show in Long Beach, California for the West Coast massive I knew I already had a destination. Who could resist chilling on the beach, getting sun soaked, and listening to Kaskade?!
It has been almost a month since the 21st Electric Daisy Carnival. Since then, I have had time to process all the feelings and emotions that I had felt on that scorching hot weekend in the deserts of Las Vegas. Sorry for the delay in letting y’all about my feelings but I mean, we all have day jobs.
If you want my review of the event itself, then I’ll simply just say it was pretty f***ing awesome. This is just going to be about my *shudders* feelings and emo stuff. There were some ups and downs but the production was sick, and there was a large pool of talent. Even though the good always outweighs the unpleasant, the bad always leave a stain on the beautiful picture of EDC I’ve composed from the fleeting memories I’m struggling to preserve.
Bassrush Weekender took place June 30-July 1 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA. This was a two day event that gathered bassheads from the LA area. Friday night’s headliner was Flux Pavilion and Saturday night’s was Zomboy. Even though this was a local event, the rave fashion was out and about with kandi, rave booty and some good head banging!
Personally the Hollywood Palladium is my favorite venue in LA, so I was stoked that one of my favorite artists (Flux Pavilion) was going to be there! I went just Friday night, but spotted a lot of awesome looks! Check them out below. My look is first.
This is Saori, popularly known as @SaoriMilk. Don’t let her cuteness fool you.