Photos & Review: Electric Gardens, Sydney

The sounds of electronic, house and techno delivered in perfect weather conditions at the Parklands was all you could ask for. Electric Gardens had one hell of a vibe this day. The layout of the festival was perfect with three main stages, along with rides, hang out areas, VIP and plenty of trees/shade area. So many great acts on, however we were only able to catch few.

Mark Knight provided well! He was smooth and brilliant to watch. Jamie Jones had us grooving to his tech-house in the evening. The scene was perfect at this moment, where the sun was just setting down over the gorgeous venue Centennial Parklands. It was perfect to tune to with the nature surroundings and people.

Later on we headed over to Bondi Beach Radio’s lounge area to check out some local talent. Deeper Than House DJ ‘Sass’ had thrown an incredible deep Brazilian bass house set. With smooth transitions between every track, her huge dirty bassline drops took everyone to a whole new level. Sass had brought in a decent crowd despite clashing with the starting hour of Eric Prydz. Her performance was something to commend and would strongly suggest checking out if you are a sucker for house and deep drops.

The one we had all been waiting for, I had caught the remaining hour of Eric Prydz’s set. Prydz threw an epic electronic set, which had the crowd really energetic and gave good feelings all around. During that final hour, my two favourite moments were ‘Pjanoo’ and ‘Opus’. The crowd were so in sync at these times with every light stick being waved around during Opus making it a magical moment.

Electric Gardens did a fantastic job with the venue, set out, line up and bringing in such an amazing diverse crowd.

Written by: KP