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DMNW Selects: Our all-time favorite recorded sets from The Village at Shambhala

Shambhala Music Festival - The Village Stage
Photo Credit: Ricardo Hubbs Photography

Terravita in 2014

Terravita have performed at Shambhala a few times, bringing something new to the table with each set. Although the group has gone through some changes, their 2014 set at The Village will always be a highlight, despite some mid-show technical difficulties. As is mentioned in the opening of the set “this is the most wonderful place on earth”. We couldn’t agree more.

Anger in 2015

Victoria, B.C.’s Anger is no stranger to Shambhala, with sets from 2014 and 2015 available on his Soundcloud. We prefer his 2015 performance, which showcases his versatile sound, and the variety of tunes available at The Village each summer.

Far Too Loud in 2013

Far Too Loud’s 2013 Shambhala live-set is what we imagine when thinking about a quintessential performance at The Village. Utilizing a wide spectrum of bass-heavy tunes, listening to this set will have you daydreaming about returning to The Farm in no-time.

Fat Pat in 2011

A Shambhala regular, Fat Pat’s live-sets are always a fun listen. His performance from 2011 stands out as a great time-capsule for the state of bass music at a time where the genre was evolving at an incredible rate.

Honorable Mentions

Let us know what your favorite live-set from The Village is, and if you’ll be attending next July! We know we wouldn’t miss Shambhala, and can’t wait for what the Subvert and the crew have in store for us in 2020. Comment below, on Facebook, or reply on Twitter!

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