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Edifice Complex Wednesday Sunrise Live @ Sanctuary Art Car, Burning Man 2018

by Trashpanda

August 2018

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Tracks

Girl take a seat, rest your weary bones
Your secrets safe in my hands
Tell me about the years and
Let me buy an hour
Maybe help me to understand
Broken Bells, Holding on for Life

Genres

minimal techno
deep euro house
tech house
organic house
tropical house
electronica
ethnotronica
french tech house
german house
german techno
new french touch
new rave
organic electronic
alternative dance
alternative rock
ambient techno
arab electronic
canadian electronic
canadian house
cologne electronic
deep minimal techno
deep tropical house
electropop
float house
french techno
future garage
gauze pop
groove room
hamburg electronic
indie pop
indie rock
indietronica
la indie
livetronica
melodic techno
microhouse
minimal melodic techno
modern alternative rock
modern rock
progressive house
rock
shimmer pop
swedish electronic
swedish techno
turkish deep house
turkish edm
turkish instrumental
vapor soul

The Artists

  • André Hommen

  • Aparde

  • Barnt

  • Be Svendsen

  • Broken Bells

  • DJ Richard

  • Dole & Kom

  • Gab Rhome

  • Gabriel Ananda

  • Hosie Neal

  • Jamie xx

  • Jan Blomqvist

  • Joachim Pastor

  • Jonas Rathsman

  • Josef Salvat

  • Maher Daniel

  • Mahmut Orhan

  • Mark Eliyahu

  • Marlon Hoffstadt

  • Microtrauma

  • Miou Amadee

  • Monolink

  • Nicolas Masseyeff

  • Nihilum

  • Nils Hoffmann

  • NTO

  • Oxia

  • ReDub

  • Romy

  • Ryan Davis

  • Satori

  • Seth Schwarz

  • Solomun

  • Spada

  • Stoto

About

Set name
Edifice Complex (Wednesday Sunrise Live @ Sanctuary Art Car, Burning Man 2018)
DJ
Trashpanda
Genre
Deep Melodic House
Performance date
August 29, 2018
Location
Sanctuary Art Car, Burning Man 2018
Set number
015
Track count
22
Artist count
35
Total length
2 hours, 3 minutes, 58 seconds
Notes
Tuesday night is one of my favorite evenings of the burn. The city has largely taken form, I’ve acclimated to the day’s heat & dust, and the night’s chill no longer seems so biting when surrounded with friends, old and new.This set starts about an hour before the first sunbeams hit the pulpit. I hope you enjoy it.

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