Over the years Eric Prydz had adapted his live EPIC show into an awe-inspiring experience that any true electronic music fan should never miss out on. Prydz has remained a consistent and heavy hitting producer for decades and is at the top of the game in regards to a visually stunning and technologically advanced live show.
With each passing “update” a new version of EPIC is birthed. The latest incarnation of his live experience brought along a completely different setup. At MSG, 3.0 was long and all encompassing and felt like arms reaching out for a hug, while 4.0 lends itself to a box like structure. Initially, I was confused as to why Terminal 5 was chosen as the venue for this show but upon its start it was clear that the giant cube had a cozy home upon their stage.
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