Things are starting to heat up as we count down the final hours ’til Sunset Music Festival and one artist who knows about heating things up in the studio and especially on the decks, is internationally known, Atlanta native, Le Castle Vania.
Dylan Eiland originally started out playing in some traditional rock bands. After his unsuccessful attempt to master the drums, Eiland began DJing at warehouse parties and raves in Atlanta when he was only 16. The city’s flourishing music scene was an encouragement to Eiland and it allowed him to develop his passion for music and nightlife. It didn’t take long for him to gain recognition with his ruckus DJ sets and knack for production.
As Le Castle Vania, Eiland has steadily toured since the summer of 2006, taking his catchy electro vibes on the road. Though his live performances are overflowing with great energy and an even better track selection, he prides himself on being more than just a DJ for the masses. If he’s not on the road, than he’s in the studio, writing tracks with his signature sound – a perfect marriage of gritty disco punk, memorable synths and soldiering electronic beats. Nobody gets out alive when Le Castle Vania takes the stage at Sunset Music Festival this year. Have you bought your tickets yet?
Sunset Music Festival is just days away now. Whether you’re traveling to the festival by plane, train, or automobile, some of you are making your way to Sunset from different parts of the country. It can be difficult to navigate through a city you aren’t familiar with, so we’ve created this quick reference guide so [...]
Sunset Music Festival lineup boasts in artists who are innovative forward-thinkers. Just in this month alone, two artists have had their name championed by multiple dance music headlines for their work either on the decks, or off. David Guetta performs historic set in China As part of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great [...]
Another year of Sunset Music Festival is just days away, and in preparation with the upcoming event, we have a few ticket reminders to make sure you have a fun and carefree Sunset experience. If you haven’t bought your tickets to the festival yet, don’t worry. Online ticket sales will continue on through to the [...]
When the gates close to Sunset Music Festival, that doesn’t mean the show is over. After the party is the after party, and we would like to invite you to two official after parties taking place in Tampa right after the festival ends. You can either get wet with Krewella at Amphitheater Event Facility or [...]
In just five days, the gates to Raymond James Stadium will finally be open for the second edition of Tampa’s Sunset Music Festival. This year, we’ve taken extra measures to ensure that you’ll beat the heat and stay cool while you celebrate the sun god Ra this Saturday, May 25th. Take cover under the new [...]
With Sunset Music Festival just around the corner, we’ve got some sound’s to mashup before the highly-anticipated event in Tampa this Saturday, May 25th. Have you bought your tickets yet? Today we’re diving into the melodic sounds of Morgan Page and the bass-ridden styles of Flosstradamus. Both acts are known for their healthy blend of [...]
We’re so excited to welcome Ashley Wallbridge to Sunset Music Festival next Saturday, May 25th. Ashley has been steadily on the rise since 2008. Being championed by some of the biggest names in trance music, Ashley has become a regular at world famous clubs and festivals. Having won many DJ competitions since the age of [...]
With Sunset Music Festival just a week away, our anticipation to hear music from the artists has reached a fever pitch. So to help us through the final stretch, here are three mixes to get you ready for Sunset Music Festival. Morgan Page: “In The Air Episode 151″ Morgan Page’s weekly mix show In The [...]
Our Sunset Music Festival lineup has a wide range of buzz-worthy newcomers gracing the stages this year. Pegboard Nerds is one of the buzzing artists making waves in the industry today. Though they had admired and been influenced by dance music for over twenty years, it wasn’t until 2011 that Danish countrymen Alexander Odden and [...]