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Hear Exclusive Sets From Boys Noize, Mau P & More – Billboard

Written by on 05/12/2023

Since launching in 2018, Seismic Dance Event has put Austin on the map for electronic music. Produced by independently owned, Austin-based RealMusic Events, the fest has helped bring house and techno to a city often known as the “live music capital of the world.”



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Happening again this past Nov. 10-12, Seismic expanded that reputation with a lineup that featured headliners Chris Lake, deadmau5 and Kaskade, along with a stacked undercard that featured Anfisa Letyago, Loco Dice, Frankie Wah, VNSSA, Walker & Royce and many more playing across the festival’s two stages. Seismic typically draws roughly 5,000 attendees per day, with the November show selling out.

Seismic has already announced that their spring edition will take place May 10-11, 2024, with another fall show taking place Nov. 15-17, 2024. But before all that, here, we’ve got an exclusive six hours of Seismic Dance Event 6.0 sets from Boys Noize, Mau P, Azzecca and Wax Motif.

Boys Noize

The German legend delivers 90 minutes of music that include his recent VTSS collab “Steady Pace,” his Skrillex collab “Fine Day Anthem,” along with blink-and-you’ll-miss-them samples of Justin Timberlake’s “SexyBack” and Gloria Estefan’s “Conga,” along with — of course — a lot of good old-fashioned hard-hitting techno.

Mau P

The Dutch wunderkind makes good on his white-hot name with a 90-minute set that takes its time warming up before diving into old-school dance tracks like Breach’s classic “Jack,” hip-hop moments from Run-DMC and Outkast, and of course, inevitably, his own hits including “Your Mind Is Dirty,” the Kevin de Vries collab “Metro” and “Drugs From Amsterdam,” which gets an extended treatment.


Opening with Spencer Brown’s always excellent “Windows 95 On Acid,”  the Chicago producer blazes through tracks by artists including Disfreq, Nicky Romero, Shouse, DJ Dan, Morgan Page and her own “Tell That Boy,” “Ego Death” and “Other Side.”

Wax Motif

The Australian-born, Los Angeles-based fave offers a hypnotic, deliciously dark set featuring his recent Zhu collab “Better Recognize,” his Malaa collab “Otherside” and other heaters by Body Ocean, AC Slater, Chris Lorenzo and Fly With Us, and more.

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