Eric Prydz at Echostage - 5.22.15

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Monday, April 13, 2015, 11:00am. (Updated: 5/23/15 at 4:42am) Add comments

Eric Prydz

EXTENDED MIDNIGHT SET

Support from Ricoshëi

Friday May 22, 2015

echostage-white

 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE • Washington, DC

Doors  9 PM | No dress code | Ages 18+

Bottle Service: Tables@echostage.com | 202.503.2331

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For over ten years, Eric Prydz has been synonymous with immaculately produced and unique sounding electronic music. The Platinum-selling producer is responsible for some of the biggest progressive house tracks of the last decade, not to mention some of the most technically impressive live shows of any touring artist.

As a solo artist Prydz has headlined some of the world’s most storied venues, from Madison Square Garden to Brixton Academy and Alexandra Palace, earned multiple Grammy nominations and topped charts with his alter-egos Pryda and Cirez D. Despite the headline grabbing shows and releases, Prydz remains reclusive. It’s his dedication to his craft as a producer and DJ, that leaves him in the highly enviable and singular position, of appealing to dance music’s underground connoisseurs and main-stage masses alike.

Prydz began his career in Stockholm, Sweden, playing extended intimate club gigs while constructing his artistic identity. Here Prydz refined his signature sound, blending together influences as varied as Depeche Mode, Parliament, and Swedish techno legend Cari Lekebusch. It’s little wonder then, that Prydz has refused to constrain himself to one sound, and indeed is behind two of electronic music’s most celebrated monikers, Pryda and Cirez D.

Prydz’s productions are only one half of the story. As a DJ, he’s been celebrated as one of the most consistent live performers around. It’s not only his abilities that set him apart, but the vision behind his performances. In 2011, Prydz debuted EPIC (Eric Prydz In Concert) at Brixton Academy. At its core EPIC offered a way to visually experience Eric’s music, its pioneering use of holograms and sheer ambition of scale, wowed the industry. By refusing to pre-synch the shows, Prydz further staked his claim as a maverick, and reiterated his commitment to always making it about the music. EPIC and its subsequent iterations, EPIC 2.0, and notably EPIC 3.0 at Madison Square Garden, have continued to set the bar for live performance and groundbreaking technology.

Now residing in Los Angeles, Prydz continues to stand apart in electronic music, just as comfortable playing techno in intimate environs as he is headlining arenas, and always happy to blur the lines between. Focused on his long-overdue artist album, a culmination of the last ten years both personally and professionally, it’s the release he’s been building to his entire career. The forthcoming LP will cover the breadth of his influences while showcasing the deeper facets of his artistry. “It’s very personal,” he says, “like sharing your inner secrets with everyone.” It promises to be a pinnacle in a career built on uncompromising principles and singular artistic vision: it’s the Eric Prydz album the world has been waiting for.

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One Response to “Eric Prydz at Echostage – 5.22.15”

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  1. Jacqueline Pujol says:

    Hi,

    I am trying to purchase a ticket at the facebook advertised rate of $25 but on this link, price is coming out to $40. Is this a bug/error in the system? Will this be fixed soon and honored at a later point?

    Thank you,

    Jackie

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