I don’t think any producer has attempted to do what the legendary Eric Prydz is trying to do this week: From Friday-Sunday, Eric Prydz will be performing shows under his main alias at Terminal 5. In conjunction to these shows, he will also play after parties as well as a Cirez D show at Flash Factory. Seriously, if you think you had a busy weekend, take a look at Prydz’s schedule.
Fortunately for fans, regardless of what day you pick, you’ll be graced with the genius that is Eric Prydz. Last week (Feb. 5), Prydz dropped his debut album entitled “Opus,” which will be showcased at Epic 4.0. All shows are already sold out, and hopefully, you’ll be able to find a ticket from third-parties if you really want to go.
For the Epic 4.0 shows, Prydz will be showcasing a brand new production that is unlike anything he’s ever done before. If you’ve been to Epic 3.0 or any previous shows, you’ll know that the King of progressive house takes pride in his live set up.
In addition to this state-of-the-art production, Prydz has hand selected producer Sébastien Léger for support. Like Prydz, Léger has the same attention to detail and will be a stellar addition to the night. If you’re curious as to what kind of sounds he’ll be bringing to the table, check out his track “Oasis.”
Honestly, if you’re still not attending one of these shows, we strongly advise you to get on it. There’s really nothing better than a combo like Prydz and Léger.