WATCH: Virtual Self performs stunning 2-hour set in LA

Porter Robinson launched his alter ego Virtual Self in 2017. He recently revealed in an interview at the Grammy Awards that the project was inspired by a creative struggle he went through as Porter Robinson. After achieving great success with this side project, Virtual Self finally performed live for his fans at the Shrine Auditorium earlier this month in Los Angeles recently with five thousand people attending his three performances. His sets were clearly planned to perfection, combining different styles of music which reflect the Virtual Self sound accurately and some outstanding visuals to go along with it.

With the venue holding a limited capacity, not everyone who wanted to attend this special event was able to. Even though Porter Robinson bought 100 of his own tickets to give them away, there were still fans who were not able to attend. Luckily for them, a full recording of the almost 2-hour set is available to watch on Youtube. Meaning fans will be able to listen to Virtual Self play his greatest hits and upcoming music whilst also witnessing the incredible visuals to go along with the music.

The set features many exclusive edits and IDs, the most exciting being ‘GOD RAYS‘, which fans will no doubt be looking forward to hearing more of in the future. Be sure to follow Virtual Self on his social media for more information on his upcoming shows in Las Vegas and also to keep up to date with future releases.

You can watch the full set via the YouTube link below and check out the full tracklist on 1001tracklists here.



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