In the Spotlight: Enhanced Concert Series—Size Matters
We’ve all heard this question before: “does size really matter?” If your name is Steve Angello, you have already answered this question to thousands of music lovers from around the globe.
Size Matters is Steve Angello’s world-renowned event series featuring artists from his label Size Records. With a record label that produces dance floor monsters in the blink of an eye, Steve Angello has achieved what most producers only dream of: to become an icon in the EDM industry. With tracks such as “Knas,” “Jack It Up,” and “Generation X,” you won’t find a house DJ without a Size Records release in his arsenal. With so many number one hits, Steve Angello proves that in the end, size does matter!
Steve Angello is one third of Swedish House Mafia (a group that now needs no introduction). With their music blastin’ just about everywhere you go nowadays, Swedish House Mafia has become the voice of a new generation of EDM.
Other than Steve Angello, our Enhanced Concert Series: Size Matters at the Hollywood Palladium on May 12th, 2012, is going to feature Max Vangeli & AN21 and Junior Sanchez. These guys are not only prodigious producers, but have touched down at some of the best festivals and clubs in the world. Max Vangeli & AN21 might be the hottest breakthrough artists of the last couple of years, making enormous releases on Size Records. With support from Steve Angello himself, plus Tiesto and David Guetta, it is no wonder why hundreds of people will go to great measures to see them hit the decks. Junior Sanchez is no rookie to the EDM game either, playing shows just about every weekend. Junior Sanchez has started his own multimedia label named Brobot and is expected to release his new album, “Welcome 2 JNR High,” soon.
Now we ask you the question again: “does size really matter?” If you are in Los Angeles or the surrounding area on Saturday, May 12th, make sure be at the Insomniac Enhanced Concert Series: SIZE MATTERS, and let us know if size matters to you!
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