House | Listen to Bassjackers’ Pumping Mix For Electric Paradise

Posted by on December 15, 2015

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Electric Paradise returns to the beautiful beaches of the Dominican Republic for the second year on December 19. With a stacked lineup, multi-stage set up, and new installations, the festival’s sophomore edition is set to be the can’t-miss event of the Caribbean. The festival kicked off their Electric Paradise Mix series with stand-out contributions from Anjunadeep’s Moon Boots and LA-based, Zen Freeman. The next mix comes from the Dutch, electro-house phenoms, Bassjackers. Between its driving bass, epic drops, and energizing synths, the hour long mix properly foreshadows the duo’s high-energy performance that’s sure to go down at the festival. Bassjacker’s Electric Paradise mix delivers a relentless fusion of main-stage anthems, future house hits and some heavier surprises. Catch Bassjackers live at Electric Paradise this weekend.

House | Zen Freeman Is Set To Light Up Electric Paradise Music Festival Next Weekend

Posted by on December 10, 2015

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On December 19, some of dance music’s biggest names will travel to the tropical beaches of the Dominican Republic for the single-day festival, Electric Paradise. To get attendees amped for the event, the festival has curated a mini-mix series from its performing artists. Last week, the introductory contribution came from Anjunadeep rising star, Moon Boots, and now the second mix is here, from Los Angeles-based producer, Zen Freeman. Clocking in at just under 80 minutes, Freeman’s mix navigates through a number of tech-house songs with just the right amount of summer vibes tossed in the mix. He pulls tracks from producers Oliver Heldens, Hot Since 82, Claptone, Throttle, and also includes five of his own unreleased tracks. Head to paradise before the holidays and purchase tickets to Electric Paradise.

Deep House | Moon Boots Delivers A Funky Fresh Mix For Electric Paradise

Posted by on December 3, 2015

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Electric Paradise is already making waves, as it has quickly grown into the premier electronic music festival of the Caribbean Islands. Hosted on, what many consider to be the most beautiful beaches in the world, the lineup including heavyweights such as Skrillex, Major Lazer, Porter Robinson, is an added bonus. As its December 19 date approaches, Brooklyn-based producer, Moon Boots contributes his disco-infused sound to the Electric Paradise Exclusive Mix series. The mix runs just under an hour, and features a masterful blend of disco, deep house, and techno with tracks from Catz ‘N Dogz, Jonas Rathsman, DJ Tennis, and his recently-released “Red Sky.” Have a listen to the mix, and grab tickets to Electric Paradise here – we’re just weeks away!


News | Major Lazer, AlunaGeorge, Gorgon City and More Are Set To Play Electric Paradise Music Festival

Posted by on October 29, 2015


For its second year, Electric Paradise has expanded greatly, now including art, food, design, and technology and a multi-stage experience to perfect the festival’s presence in Punta Cana. Reggaefusion duo Major Lazer, funk-master Chromeo, synth-melting Porter Robinson, and house guru Steve Angello top this year’s first phase of the lineup announcement for the biggest festival in the Caribbean. These names alone carry enough weight in dance music to be worth the trip alone, but the lineup doesn’t end there. Gorgon City, AlunaGeorge, Cashmere Cat, Cash Cash, Hot Since 82, Moon Boots, and Matthew Johnson add to the talent that will grace the island this upcoming December. Electric Paradise tickets are available through the official website.

Events | The Dominican Republic’s Annual Music Festival, Electric Paradise, Is Back In December

Posted by on October 14, 2015


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Who says festival season is coming to an end? With Halloween right around the corner, and more festivals on the way, it’s clear that what we knew as festival season is becoming a year-round tradition. Electric Paradise is one of those festivals that is happening well outside of the typical summer season, but that’s not stopping them. While a large amount of the world is cold in December, the Dominican Republic enjoys warm tropical weather, which is perfect for some dance music-driven revelry, especially when the festival venue is on a beach. With 20+ world-class electronic music artists, including both DJs and live acts, Electric Paradise is seemingly living up to its name, and it’s sure to prove itself further in its second year, as it brings together music, art, food, design, technology, story-telling and paradise. For tickets and more information, head over to