Watch full Okeechobee sets from Flume, Porter Robinson and Bassnectar
It’s official: festival season has begun. Over the first weekend in March, as California devotees of techno, house, and future bass flocked to San Diego’s CRSSD festival, a diverse group of music lovers sojourned to Florida’s Okeechobee for one of the early season’s most eclectic lineups.
With bands such as Kings of Leon and The Lumineers among the event’s headliners, Okeechobee is, by no means, an electronic-specific festival. However, the weekend featured sets from some of dance music’s biggest draws, including Bassnectar, Flume, Pretty Lights, and Porter Robinson.
Luckily, one attendee captured a number of the festival’s most enticing producers’ full live sets. YouTube user “Mi5taKlean” lives up to the sheen promised in his (or her) handle with a series of high quality videos, documenting full sets from Flume, Bassnectar, and Porter Robinson.
We invite Okeechobee attendees to relive these sets – and non-participants to witness them for the first time – below. As an aside, any Flume fans who are anxious to see the producer’s recent Pusha T collaboration, “Enough,” in a live setting, can find it at the 23-minute mark of the first video.