The weather decided to cooperate on day one of Pandora’s Discovery Den, in the daytime the sun brought out the soulful side of electronic music and the warm night brought even more dancing.

A few highlights include…


The Seattle duo ODESZA concocted  their signature sound of pitched R&B vocals with lush beats from controllers and live drumming on the side.  Highlights of the set included their heavy remix of ZHU‘s “Faded” and the crowd went wild when they dropped their hit “Sun Models.”


Robert DeLong turned up the evening with a one man band setup featuring custom video game style controllers. His indie pop vocals with dub-inspired delay effects stuttered over danceable beats. He surprised us with a synthed out cover of Rolling Stones‘ “Miss You.”


Griz turned the party up with heavy Hip-Hop drums and filtered soul samples. He came with tons of energy jumping around on stage and dropping some sing a long soul. He created a half DJ set, half live show with sax and controller. Funky horn lines over beats while the wompy bass attacks.

We hope you enjoyed Day 1’s Electronic set as much as we did! Now, off to find BBQ.


Eclectic electric - I specialize in hip-hop, R&B, soul, funk, reggae, dance and electronic. First record was Sesame Street Fever. First CD was Herbie Hancock’s Future Shock. My alter ego J Boogie produces music, remixes and DJs in nightclubs from San Francisco to New York.


  1. Leslie Stockton
    March 19, 2015 at 2:43pm
    nice post :)

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