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Krewella at L.A. PRIDE 6/10/16. Photo by Derrick K. Lee, Esq.

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Krewella shut down L.A. PRIDE‘s main stage Friday night, and had the entire festival dancing to their infectious rhythms. Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf’s performance highlighted their expert mixing abilities and their surprisingly strong live vocals.

They blazed through a setlist of hit after hit, and whenever the bass dropped, the audience went wild with unrestrained abandon. Their mix of hip-hop, dubstep and trap was truly infectious and was the perfect way to cap off the main stage festivities on the first night of L.A. Pride.

I’ll be honest with you, I’m not particularly the biggest fan of EDM acts … but Krewella may have pulled me over to the dark side  a bit. They were the consummate performers, opting not to just sit behind their DJ deck and press buttons. They sang from the front of the stage, and addressed the massive audience with head banging, and hair twirling. If anything, their performance was, in my humble opinion, more rock and roll than EDM, and I was totally digging the vibes.

Krewella starts a string of tour dates on September 1st, with a show September 10th at the very intimate Roxy Theatre. I can’t imagine how bonkers that show will get. I may just have to go myself to see how crazy it gets.

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