"I would like to thank all the fans for giving me two unforgettable EPIC nights at Brixton Academy and Global Gathering. I hope you will join me for the last EPIC show of the year at Alexandra Palace on Saturday 26th November." - Eric Prydz
"I would like to thank all the fans for giving me two unforgettable EPIC nights at Brixton Academy and Global Gathering. I hope you will join me for the last EPIC show of the year at Alexandra Palace on Saturday 26th November.
This show is going to be a mixture of the two, combining the best parts of a massive indoor show (why we did it in the first place) and that unique festival vibe, with extra arenas, other live acts and DJs, lots of new exclusive music from me... and not forgetting that we'll be going until 6am!
First access to tickets will be given to those of you who registered for the EPIC show at Brixton or those who sign up now via www.epiclondon.com. I hope to see you all there!" - Eric Prydz
From 2AM GMT this Saturday, Eric Prydz' team will produce a live blog from London's Brixton Academy to document the huge build behind the Swedish star's new DJ show EPIC.
The EPIC live blog will aim to capture some of the insane equipment, unusual behind-the-scenes stories, and technical details of the EPIC show, through a series of live posts, photos, videos and interviews in the 18 hours before the show.
There are few DJ’s who succeed in hitting the heady heights of DJ superstardom, however, Eric Prydz is one such artiste.
This Swedish DJ/Producer du jour is responsible for some of dance music’s biggest tracks, including last summer’s anthem Pjanoo and has fast become one of electronicas most indemand producers.
Taking time away from his busy schedule, we sat down with the man of the moment, ahead of his highly anticipated Cream Easter performance.