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Sloss Fest, now entering its fourth year, features four stages of music -- the Steam Stage, Blast Stage, Shed Stage and Seasick Records Stage -- and emphasizes indie and alternative rock, electronica, Americana and hip-hop.
Honorary mention to Bomba Estéreo’s Ayo, which again pushes sonic envelopes, delving deeper than ever into Colombian folk, yet incorporating dance and electronica for a true global sound.
The flow is further evident in the variety of tracks, which span the gamut from lush deep house rhythms to soporific electronica and ambient compositions.
Within electronica, Hansen counts among his main influences acts like DJ Shadow, Boards of Canada and Ulrich Schnauss.
Recognizing those attributes as shared between dance music and songwriter pop, the electronica newcomer Kelly Lee Owens splices luscious Cocteau Twins–influenced hymns with passages of four-on-the-floor hypnosis.
Knight said, about returning live musicianship to mainstream electronica.
The Le Plur electronic dance music stage is still pointed west, away from civilization, so the possums in the City Park oak trees can enjoy the low frequency sounds (Possums are really into electronica; not everyone knows that).
Some warn detractors, others play on a darker side, all possess wickedly infectious music and span genres across hip-hop, electronica and pop.
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