Take a spin: March EDM calendar

Botnek. (Courtesy photo)

Top EDM and DJ shows coming to San Diego this month include Datsik, Bear Grillz, Steve Aoki and CRSSD Festival.

3.2 4B

The DJ and producer from New Jersey has worked with Skrillex, DJ Snake, Kaskade, Tiesto and Zeds Dead, as well as releasing tracks on Diplo’s Mad Decent and Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records. His new remix of “Utopia” with Dombresky is out now.

@ Omnia,

3.3 Datsik

Canadian DJ/producer and Firepower Records boss Troy Beetles is currently on his Ninja Nation tour with both Crizzly and Virtual Riot. His 7-track “Sensei EP” came out at the end of last year.

@ House of Blues,

3.3 Steve Aoki

The legendary Dim Mak Records founder and Grammy Award-nominated DJ/producer recently teamed with One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson for the singer’s debut single, “Just Hold On.” The third LP in his “Neon Future” collection is due this year.

@ Omnia,

3.3 Bear Grillz

The Colorado-based, mask-wearing DJ is currently on his The Void tour, which features a new stage design as well as support from Terravita, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, P0gman, and Wooli.

@ Bassmnt,

3.4-5 CRSSD Festival

It’s baaaaaack. And it’s hard not to argue that it’s better than ever. With a ridiculous lineup that includes Flume, Claude VonStroke, Lost Frequencies, Duke Dumont, Bob Moses, Alunageorge, and Blood Orange, the two-day party by the water is sure to sell out. Read about the full lineup announcement here.

@ Waterfront Park,


The French future house DJ/producer with a penchant for religious garb heads Confession Records and has toured with Diplo, Skrillex and DJ Snake. His latest single, “Adieu,” was released last month.

@ Observatory North Park,

3.10 Timmy Trumpet

The brass-playing Australian DJ/producer scored a major hit in 2014 when he teamed with Savage on the single, “Freaks.” He appeared on Nervo’s “Any Where You Go” and collaborated with MAKJ and Andrew W.K. on “Party Till We Die” last year. His latest single, “Oracle,” is out now.

@ Parq,

3.11 Morgan Page

The Vermont-born DJ and producer is an Emerson College grad and two-time Grammy Award nominee. His latest single with Steve James, “Candles,” is out now. Fun fact: San Diego’s Greg Laswell appeared on Page’s 2012 full-length “In The Air.”

@ Omnia,

3.11 DVBBS

Comprised of brothers Chris and Alex van den Hoef, the Canadian-born, L.A.-based DJ duo teamed with Borgeous on the 2013 hit, “Tsunami.” The pair’s December-released “Beautiful Disaster” EP featured appearances from Juicy J and Stella Rio.

@ Observatory North Park,

3.17 ATB

German DJ and producer ATB, aka Andre Tanneberger, hasn’t released a ton of new music lately. But he recently announced that his 10th studio album, “Next,” is set for release in April.

@ Omnia,

3.23 WeAreTreo

The Los Angeles-based DJ/surfer trio of Trevor Shawn, Ace Future and Spencer Regan scored a hit with their 2015 remix of Sia’s “Elastic Heart.” Their brand new remix of Kehlani’s “Undercover” came out last month.

@ Omnia,

3.24 EC Twins

Manchester DJ duo Marc and Allister Blackham turned their remix of Guordan Banks’ “Keep You in Mind” into a big enough hit that they even named a tour after it. The brothers teamed with Banks once again on their current single, “Revolution,” a funky take on Tracy Chapman’s “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution.”

@ Omnia,

3.24 Botnek

The Montreal-based DJ duo has remixed the likes of Steve Aoki, Mat Zo & Porter Robinson, AC Slater, and Jack Beats. The pair’s latest EP, “Buffering,” was released on Dim Mak Records two months ago.

@ Bassmnt,

3.25 Mick

The Brooklyn-based DJ and entrepreneur has collaborated with Adele, Leon Bridges and DJ Jazzy Jeff, and he counts Jodie Foster, Jay-Z and LeBron James as clients who have hired him to spin at private parties. 3.29 Excision

@ Omnia,

3.29 Excision

Jeff Abel, the Canadian DJ/producer also known as Excision, is the founder of Rottun Recordings. Through the label, Abel released a pair of singles, “Africa” and “Final Boss,” as well as his third full-length, “Virus,” last year.

@ House of Blues,

3.30 Shaun Frank

This Canadian DJ, producer and singer co-wrote The Chainsmokers’ “Closer (feat. Halsey)” and opened for KISS on their Hottest Show on Earth tour in 2010. He released the single “La La Land” with DVBBS last year, as well as “Let You Get Away,” which featured Ashe.

@ Omnia,

3.30 Nero

After pivoting from their drum n’ bass origins, the London-based, Grammy-winning trio of Dan & Alana Stephens and Joe Ray released their second EDM album, “Between II Worlds,” in 2015. It ended up hitting No. 1 on Billboard’s U.S. Dance/Electronic album chart.

@ Bassmnt,


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