It's hard to beat last years line up, that's for sure. The only thing that could have made it better, is the absence of Odd Future, and the presence of CASPA.For this year if I may be so bold as to make a suggestion, can you look into booking Big Chocolate? He is a 21 year old producer from Nevada, and this time last year he had little fame. He did however play every Warped Tour stop of 2011, and was the first and only Dj to ever play on stage there. He is now getting booked for events such as ULTRA and Bamboozle. I know we need to get as far away from the taboo of a "rave" as possible, so for the hip hop aspect of the show, I would like to recommend the amazing duo of Grieves and Budo. Grieves brings rap to an art form that hasn't been seen for a while, painting vivid images with his words, rather than telling us about the cars he drives or the women he fornicates with. And Budo creates jazz beats that can set off a crowd. Together they have been touring the country playing sold out venues.I know Los Angeles is over the Hardcore scene, for the most part, but can we bring in someone like Showtek, Headhunterz, Angerfist or Dj Kitsch? Give them an small slot, just to please the fans. It might bring quite a few [arty goers of "retirement." This also brings me to the question. What's the direction we'll be going in this year? HARD SUMMER is the last massive event in LA that isn't over hyped, people that go to HARD are the people that love the music, you can pretty much set the standard for the entire year. In a sense you have the truest music fans. What are you thoughts on the direction that EDM and festivals should be going this year?
I agree. HARD seems to be the only event producers in LA that have played fair in the business. That being said, they could chill out with the distancing from "rave" scene.lol. LA is over hardcore scene. I never really thought of that. So true though.
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