Pushing things on, we reach the second day of UMF Miami. While sets from the first day had given us enough to draw a blueprint of what was to come, nothing prepared us for the kind of varying sets that were on the menu for Day 2. Featuring music from all nooks and corners of the Dance music spectrum, check out the sets from Day 2 at Bayfront Park main-stage.
Kicking things off at UMF’s Day 2 was Dutch act Sam Feldt, who delivered with great aplomb a charging 30 track strong set. Featuring music from the likes of Kungs, Bakermat, Madison Mars, Vndy Vndy, CALVO, Don Diablo among others, Sam Feldt’s set felt the most necessary one to get the first day vibes back into the show and to prepare the crowd for what the night awaited.
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Following up at the main-stage area was none other than the Parisian House producer and DJ Martin Solveig. The Frenchman took the stage by delight, treating the audience with singles, mashups and tracks from a varied bunch such as Daft Punk, Kanye West, Dillon Francis, NGHTMRE, Chainsmokers, Maala, Armand Van Helden, Steve Aoki, The Weekend, Wiwek and Gregor Salto alongside a lot of tracks from his own production desk.
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The king of melodious remixes was set to take the mainstage to speed up the proceedings as the festival saw Dash Berlin deliver some mellifluous tunes to rock the audience. Showcasing his own remixes of originals from Ellie Golding, Alan Walker, Martin Garrix, Hailee Steinfeld, Alessia Cara, Gareth Emery and, most obviously, Ed Sheeran, Dash Berlin made sure that his curation didn’t have anything that wasn’t made at home.
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Up next was the ever touring Steve Aoki as he took to the main stage packed with music from artists from across the spectrum. Although there wasn’t a cake in sight, Aoki took the opportunity to bring on stage the likes of Louis Tomlinson, 2 Chainz and iLoveMakonnen to perform his collaborations with them.
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After Steve Aoki, the stage was set for Tiësto to dish out a few tracks for the audience as the night got older. Filled to the brim with music from his own Musical Freedom label, Tiësto did well to present music from most of the mainstream producers in a 41-track set that lasted a little under an hour and a half.
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Above & Beyond
All hands were in the air when the audience was greeted by Above & Beyond for the much awaited main-stage performance. The magical trio was in high spirits last night and took to the stage and showcased some satiating melodies for all to enjoy. Featuring the likes of Ilan Bluestone, Maor Levi and a massive amount of original productions, it was fair to say that Above & Beyond were brilliant during their performance.
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Up next, after a scintillating set from Above & Beyond, it was Dutch heavyweight Afrojack who was set behind the decks. Afrojack dished out music from his own Wall Recordings as well as up and coming records from the likes of Dirty Dutch, Spinnin’ Records and Musical Freedom.
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Axwell Λ Ingrosso
Undoubtedly the most awaited set of the night, it was the pair of Axwell Λ Ingrosso who were bound to call the curtains on the night as the last main stage performances of Day 2. The iconic Swedish duo did what they have been doing the best and even more as they brought back a few mashups and edits from their SHM days, reminding us that the origins of what got us here are always close to our hearts.
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Tune in tomorrow to check out the sets from the final day of Ultra Miami.