Dusk Music Fest 2019 Redux

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Dusk Music Fest 2019 @ Armory Park - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • Dusk Music Fest 2019 @ Armory Park

The intergalactic mashup of arts, gastronomy and cutting edge music that could only have been paired together in a galaxy far away as rogue stars collide, returned to downtown Tucson on Nov. 9-10 at Armory Park.

Here are some highlights.
Kaskade: Like “No One Else,” this multi-Grammy Award-nominated DJ/producer/remixer—bridging the gap between the old school and the neoteric—rode the crest, along “With You,” topping the bill on Day 1. - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • Kaskade: Like “No One Else,” this multi-Grammy Award-nominated DJ/producer/remixer—bridging the gap between the old school and the neoteric—rode the crest, along “With You,” topping the bill on Day 1.
Dombresky: A relatively fresh face on the international house scene, this Parisian producer escorted the ready and willing through the Elysian Fields to arrive at “Utopia.” - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • Dombresky: A relatively fresh face on the international house scene, this Parisian producer escorted the ready and willing through the Elysian Fields to arrive at “Utopia.”
Fitz and The Tantrums: Just like the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleader routine that inspired the song, this indie pop/neo-soul band, known for roof-raising live performances, led the crowd in a “HandClap.” - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
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  • Fitz and The Tantrums: Just like the Dallas Cowboys’ cheerleader routine that inspired the song, this indie pop/neo-soul band, known for roof-raising live performances, led the crowd in a “HandClap.”
Wax Motif: On the bleeding-edge of the Ghetto-House movement, this “Fly” Australian DJ’s unique production style—mashing-up house, utilizing minimal Roland 808 drum machine-driven tracks, with elements of hip-hop—made booties shake. - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • Wax Motif: On the bleeding-edge of the Ghetto-House movement, this “Fly” Australian DJ’s unique production style—mashing-up house, utilizing minimal Roland 808 drum machine-driven tracks, with elements of hip-hop—made booties shake.
Rezz: On Day 2, combining her fascination with psychology and passion for creating downtempo soundscapes, The “Queen of the Dark Techno Scene” evinced a Certain Kind Of Magic before bringing Dusk 2019 to a resplendent close. - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • Rezz: On Day 2, combining her fascination with psychology and passion for creating downtempo soundscapes, The “Queen of the Dark Techno Scene” evinced a Certain Kind Of Magic before bringing Dusk 2019 to a resplendent close.
TOKiMONSTA: This “Lovely Soul," L.A. dance/electronic beat producer guided the audience through “Smoke & Mirrors” and, conversely, “Bright Shadows” leaving all who attended Dusk 2019 with “Last Nights Blurry Memories.” - C. ELLIOTT PHOTOGRAPHY
  • C. Elliott Photography
  • TOKiMONSTA: This “Lovely Soul," L.A. dance/electronic beat producer guided the audience through “Smoke & Mirrors” and, conversely, “Bright Shadows” leaving all who attended Dusk 2019 with “Last Nights Blurry Memories.”

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