Woogie Weekend | Lineup | Tickets
Summer is in full swing and if you’re planning to be in Oak Canyon Park this weekend, you’d be hard pressed to find yourself amidst a bad time. This is one stacked lineup. Below are several artists we definitely recommend you check out over the weekend in between all the activities. Honestly though, don’t miss anyone if you can help it.
Preferring to stay out of the limelight, Doubting Thomas has slowly and surely come of his own with his unique approach to mystic and mellow minimal house sounds.
DoubtingThomas – The Changes
This duo has been going strong for over 10 years; and for good reason. They consistently stay ahead of the electronic music curve in producing a deep and technical sound that never stales.
Stephan Bodzin – Blue Giant (Extrawelt Remix)
The father of downtempo house meets acid goodness Mushroom Jazz. ’nuff said.
Mark Farina – C’mon Playa
This New York outfit melds sleepless city vocals with complex hypnotic elements to great effect. Playing live, they’ll be sure to set you in a most welcome spacey rhythm.
Beacon – Escapements
Straight from their mouths: Oceanvs Orientalis blends itself with the archaelogic tunes of mankind’s cumulative musical history and in this very context believes that “everything comes from the east”. Don’t miss out on their orchestral-dance style.
Oceanvs Orientalis vs. Heimat – Gardens of Bablyon
Perfectly seamless. German. Techno.
Oliver Huntemann – Kiez
Now in the full swing of his career, UK based Kidnap Kid has established himself as a standout in the emotional house scene. His sound takes on aspects of Balearic, Traditional, and Garage all to induce a stellar “get-lost-in-your-head” flow.
Kidnap Kid – Like You Used To
Rampue Once more with visa issues.
After missing him at Further Future, we’ve had a Rampue sized hole in our hearts for his distinct minimal tribal techno style.
Rampue – Adagio for Phoenicopterus
There’s never not enough room for Minimal Techno. And when it comes from this star producer (live!), there’s no reason to miss out.
Rodriguez Jr. – Capitelle