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Looking Back At Harmony Virtual Festival: A Recap

As many of us already know, this month we wrapped up our virtual Harmony festival series. But the fun doesn’t have to end there. For your added pleasure, the Electric Hawk team has found some of our favorite released sets dating all the way back to the first Harmony.

One of the more recent ones we can’t get enough of… Mize‘s DNB set.

This one is some festival campground RV sets at 4 AM type vibes. We knew he wasn’t playing around when he came in swinging with that Pendulum opening and Lil Wayne acapella. You can also watch the full A/V with DATA_BYTE here.

This SubDocta set is making us really nostalgic, too.

The FUXWITHIT takeover was particularly one to remember.

They featured artists like Floret Loret, LYNY, and Rome In Silver. We love you, FUXWITHIT!

For all you dubstep fanatics, Protohype obviously DELIVERED.

Bass Physics took us to funkytown in addition to some amazing live production.

Kumarion DID THAT. 👏

We also got a very special downtempo DMVU set, “words we left behind.”

Plus, here is a solid playlist of some of our weekend one artist mixes!

This features some of our very own, including hollow moon, MATHENY, Cole Jackson, Psyoctave, and more.

And last but not least, check out the end results from all of the Harmony streams this year.

Over 234 sets, 342 hours streamed, and $20,000 raised. Again, none of this would have been possible without the artists involved but, most importantly, the viewers tuning in and donating. A huge thank you to anyone who contributed to making this happen, and we can’t wait until the real thing.

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Harmony Virtual Music Festival

Finally, make sure to re-listen to your favorite Harmony sets, discover a new one you missed, and tweet at us to let us know which ones you’re digging!

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