Listen to Hernan Cattaneo’s enchanting sunrise set from Burning Man
Argentinian progressive house leader Hernan Cattaneo is an expert at weaving together complex, hypnotic sets that effortlessly fit whichever setting he finds himself in. One of his specialties as of late has become his sunrise sets at Burning Man, a gig which he labels as one of his “highlight shows year after year.”
For his 2016 edition, Cattaneo taps into mystical, golden hour vibes, taking over the White Ocean stage for a three-hour journey through various shades of emotion communicated by way of progressive house. His mixing is seamless as usual, which gives a consistent element of surprise to his sets as each song sneaks itself in subtly as the set goes on.
Outside of treating followers to impeccable sets, Cattaneo’s Sudbeat imprint recently surpassed its milestone 100th release. The resulting EP was titled Algorithm and featured an original title track by Guy J and remixes from Henry Saiz and Hernan himself alongside fellow Sudbeat owner Graziano Raffa.