Insomniac’s annual Halloween bash Escape brought the spooky vibes to the dancefloor Oct. 27-28. Taking place at Southern California’s NOS Events Center, festival headliners included Above & Beyond, Afrojack, DJ Snake, Kaskade, Malaa, Rezz, Slander, Tchami, Three 6 Mafia and Zedd, with artists playing across five stages, and tens of thousands of fans turning out in costume for the party.
Whether you were in the crowd or not, you can get in on the Escape action with these exclusive sets from Dutch legend and festival headliner Armin van Buuren, English house fav Patrick Topping and U.S. experimental producer K?d.
Turn up the volume on the nearly four hours of music presented here.
Armin van Buuren
The Trick label boss delivered a throttling house and U.K. rave set packed deep cuts, remixes of artists like Migos, Future and Drake, fresh hits like Mochakk’s “Jealous” and his own tracks like “Whisper” and “Shake My Booty.” The 90-minute set closes with the positively undeniable DJ Tonka remix of Dominica’s 1994 Eurodance classic “Gotta Let You Go.”
K?d (Throwback Set)
The producer’s pummeling “throwback set” includes old-school (read: released roughly a decade ago) tracks by Daft Punk, Gessafelstein, Illenium, RL Grime and his own tracks such as “Lose Myself,” “Vindicta” and “Discover.”
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