Four days and three nights, featuring world-class entertainment, non-stop parties, and one of the most picturesque backgrounds in the country. Add it all up and you have what we’re proud to introduce… Soundscape South Lake Tahoe!
Dutch DJ and dance musician, Sidney Samsonwill be infiltrating San Francisco with his sensational tunes on Jan. 19. Starting a career in DJing at the young age of 13, Samson is one of the most well known names in the industry and he isn’t planning on stopping anytime soon. A household name in the world of EDM, Samson has mastered the intricate balance of creating the most influential festival bangers as well as a maestro at remixing some of the hottest tunes including Turbulence and Moombah. Openers include trap master Party Favor, as well as Andy P, Parris, Wiley Webb, and more.
Confession is San Francisco’s newest and most ambitious 18+ dance music event. They are dedicated to raising the bar by exclusively featuring top-tier talent from around the world. Confession is eager to expand electronic dance music at a premier level of entertainment in the San Francisco area.
EPIC: Start off with introducing yourselves, who is Twofold?
Adam McKinney: “I’m Adam McKinney, 22. Twofold is the combination of two Adams from two countries. I was formerly known as Vannin and I live in the Bay Area.”
Adam Crewes-Meyer: “I’m Adam Crewes-Meyer, I’m 20 years old, and I live in West Sussex, UK.”
EPIC: What were you two doing with your life before you picked up an instrument or digital audio workstation and decided to make music?
McKinney: “I was studying to be a sound engineer for video games and cinema, it’s still something I intend to pursue.”
Crewes-Meyer: “I was drummer and producer for a local post-hardcore band before discovering dance music, so music has long been a hobby for me. More recently, I was working towards a degree in Neuroscience at Sussex University, but I’ve put that on hold for the moment to focus on music.”
EPIC: Which artists inspired you guys and ultimately helped find your sound?
McKinney: “I’ve always loved dance music, it’s just the genre that’s resonated with me the most. Orbital, Tiesto, The Chemical Brothers and Aphex Twin all spring to mind. The melodies in trance really stuck out and I’ve followed the genre for as long as I can remember. That said, I’m interested in almost every sub genre of dance music.”
Crewes-Meyer: “I’m still very much in to rock music. In terms of artists, bands like Underoath and Funeral For A Friend are frequently on my iTunes top 25 list. What’s captivating to me about that style of music is the combination of aggression and melody that they can combine into a song – something meaningful, whilst simultaneously packed with energy.”
Save 20% on tickets to the 5th Annual “Streets of SF” NYE feat. Moby! All tickets include an OPEN bar all night, 21+ only. Voted “San Francisco’s Best Event Under 5,000 Attendees” (CMAC), and nationally recognized by DJ Mag, VICE, The Huffington Post, and Rolling Stone.