Legendary DJ and producer Eric Prydz delivered yet another memorable performance for his fans at the circuitGROUNDS stage at EDC Las Vegas, where he played some of his biggest hits and some of his most anticipated upcoming work, including a brand new track. The set opened with his famous ‘Creamfields 2017 ID‘, a wonderfully arranged melodic track which creates a euphoric mood every single time. The set then transitions to some of his darker, more techno sounds, playing tracks including ‘Century Of The Mouse‘ and his ‘Ushuaïa ID‘ from his alias Cirez D. Particular highlights from his set were when he played his now iconic edit of Depeche Mode‘s ‘Personal Jesus‘ an incredible crowd pleaser which still sounds fresh after all these years. Straight after that, he went on to play a brand new track which is being dubbed as the ‘EDC LV ID‘ and is suspected to be produced under his Pryda alias due to its melodic features. Under his Pryda alias, he has also now released his incredible ‘Elements‘ EP. The EP showcased his jaw-dropping talent, and was premiered fully by none other than Tiësto.
Later this summer, Eric Prydz will also perform at his Pryda Arena at Tomorrowland before returning to his Hï Ibiza residency once again. He will be back for a 12-week residency again this summer, playing every Tuesday at the club from July 10 to September 25, and will be joined by Camelphat and Cristoph at each date. Last year’s residency was definitely one of the standout parties on the Spanish island, attracting countless people to witness the phenomenal music and stunning visuals. Fans can definitely expect to see even better performances this summer as the Swedish producer is known for the care he puts into his live performances both musically and visually.
You can listen to the full set below.