Prepare for LP Giobbi’s “Dead House” Set At Cascade Equinox With Her Exclusive EDM.com Playlist
The countdown is on for the inaugural Cascade Equinox Festival.
With the oversight of the seasoned organizers of Gem & Jam and 4 Peaks, the multi-genre event will make its mark in the festival circuit from September 22-24 at Deschutes County Fairgrounds in Redmond, Oregon.
Topped by Pretty Lights, who will make Cascade Equinox one of his only two festival appearances this year after torpedoing a five-year hiatus, the lineup features over 50 artists throughout the electronic, jam, funk, soul and bluegrass scenes. He’ll be joined by fellow headliners Big Wild, Phantogram, Of The Trees and Emancipator, as well as Opiuo, Manic Focus, Maddy O’Neal, Moontricks among others.
While the festival will boast a bevy of artist performances, LP Giobbi will once again make her presence felt in the PNW with a special "Dead House" set. The performance will see the multi-instrumentalist and producer blend Grateful Dead stems and remixes into sultry house tracks. Earlier this year, Giobbi brought a taste of her "Dead House" sonic flavors within the studio and released an official remix album for Jerry Garcia.
To prepare for Giobbi’s set at Cascade Equinox, she has curated an exclusive playlist for EDM.com readers. The playlist features 20 of the producer’s all-time favorite tracks from The Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Talking Heads and more, and includes her special collaboration with jam band trailblazers Goose.
Giobbi recently remixed Goose’s “Arrow” and commissioned a remix of her track "All I Need" from the band. Her playlist and remix collaboration with Goose serves as a testament to the ongoing intersection between the electronic and jam band world.
"I'm so stoked to be playing at Cascade Equinox this year! My 'Dead House' set is house music with Grateful Dead guitar stems and vocals woven throughout as well as some reimagined Grateful Dead songs plus some tracks from my Garcia (Remixed) album,” Giobbi tells EDM.com. “I hope this playlist gets you in the mood for some 'Dead House!'"
Check out the playlist below. You can purchase tickets and camping passes to the inaugural Cascade Equinox Festival here.
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