Watch Tomorrowland 2022 sets from ANNA, Armin van Buuren, Paul Kalkbrenner, more

A selection of sets from this year’s Tomorrowland festival are available to watch in full online.

The event, which took place across three weekends from the 15th until 17th July, 22nd until 24th and 29th until 31st July, featured over 800 artists, with a majority of the headline sets broadcast by Tomorrowland’s One World TV & One World Radio.

Now, Tomorrowland has announced that 60 sets have been uploaded to the festival’s official YouTube channel, with the likes of ANNA, Armin van Buuren and Paul Kalkbrenner, as well as Vintage Culture, Maceo Plex, Jennifer Cardini and Alok, available for playback in full.

There’s also performances from Alesso, Hardwell and Chris Liebing on the channel, alongside B-Jones, 3 Are Legend (Dimitri Vegas, Steve Aoki and Like Mike) and Purple Disco Machine.

You can check out the Tomorrowland 2022 Livesets playlist below.

In other Tomorrowland news, the Belgian festival giant is currently working on a fantasy fiction series, having recently partnered with literary agency Janklow & Nesbit and United Talent Agency for book-to-screen options that expand on the fantastical themes of its festivals in a series of novels.

Premiere: Shiken Hanzo ‘Eternity Of Echoes’

Shiken Hanzo will release a new EP, ‘Eternity Of Echoes’, via Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery’s Incienso label this week. Listen to the title track below. 

The four-track EP lands this Friday, 5th August, and follows his ‘Fate Worlds’ LP on Inperspective Records last spring. The release sees him expanding on his deep, thundering sound, moving through caverns of drum & bass, halftime and techno with a spectral sensibility. 

The aptly-named title track resonates with depth-charge bass and kick drums, techno cymbals and dystopian sound designs that echo like alien artillery and industrial machinery. 

Pre-order ‘Eternity Of Echoes’ here.

Revisit Shiken Hanzo’s Fresh Kicks mix and interview here
 

John Summit, Guz reunite to make summer anthem bid with ‘What A Life’

John Summit, Guz reunite to make summer anthem bid with ‘What A Life’John Summit 1

To no one’s surprise, the summer of John Summit has shown absolutely no signs of slowing down. For the sophomore release from his newly minted Off The Grid label, Dancing Astronaut‘s 2021 Breakout Artist of the Year is following up his label-opening release by reuniting with with Guz. After “Thin Line” earned an overwhelmingly positive reception, Summit and Guz knew they had to run it back and they reunited almost two years later for “What A Life” alongside Stevie Appleton.

Debuted during one of his Miami Music Week sets and also featured in Ultra’s post-festival recap video, “What A Life” comes as Summit’s first original release since “In Chicago” back in May. And “What A Life” reconfirms the summer of Summit slogan, giving Off The Grid a groovy, warm weather energy that’s given a vocal lift from Appleton just as summer enters its late stages. Summit and Guz’s follow-up release has summer anthem written all over it and serves as the perfect contrast to the dark, booming sound of the former’s Off The Grid introduction.

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