Concluding the first series of Tiësto‘s In The Booth, Episode 10 travels to Los Angeles for the biggest U.S. DJ gig in history. 26,000 fans visited the Home Depot Center to watch Tiësto to play, which is very very impressive. Overall I think the series was very insightful and useful for providing fans/other artists a glimpse into how much work, travel, and fun goes into the job as one of the biggest DJs ever. Looking forward to see where they take the next installment of the series.
The College Invasion Tour episode! Taking place last fall, Tiësto and Porter Robinson toured University campuses mainly on both the east and west coast, and saw a huge positive response. This episode helps to highlight just how integrated electronic dance music is with today’s youth. Two points the video made that are completely relavent is first that Electronic Music has been mainstream around the world for some time now, and America is finally catching up! The second statement was that news, television, and radio in the US have all done a poor job of responding to and reporting this huge movement. Tiësto says that the scene movement is still technically underground, and I would agree but it certainly is making a break for pushing out- and very soon I might add! Cheers to electronic music and PLUR! <3
It’s all about The Big Apple. Tiësto is back in New York with footage from shows during the fashion week & Electric Zoo, as well as footage from him setting up a clothing company. Check it. Cheers
I don’t have much to say, if you’re following this series here is Episode 5 taking place in Mexico and EDC Las Vegas!
Tiësto has just released a teaser trailer of the up and coming YouTube exclusive video series titled In The Booth. Documenting his iconic style of music and griping performances, this series will surely be worth keeping up to date on. We’ll post again when the first episode of the 10 part series is released.