Eric Prydz has teased the return of Holosphere in 2021.
Taking to Facebook to tease the fans with the news, Prydz shared visuals of the immersive structure, and tagged the official Creamfields and Tomorrowland festival accounts.
Prydz debuted the Holosphere at Tomorrowland Festival in 2019, inviting label friends and affiliates Cristoph, Camelphat, and Yotto to join him.
Check out the teaser from Prydz below.
Eric Prydz has announced a vinyl release under his techno alias, Cirez D.
Sharing the cover on Twitter, the Pryda label boss will release the 12" vinyl EP 'Valborg' via his own Mouseville record label.
Eric Prydz has dropped two brand new tracks under his Cirez D alias.
Having teased the tracks earlier this month, the Swedish titan has now released ‘Valborg’ and ‘The Raid’ via his own Mouseville Records, under his techno-focussed moniker. Grab them via Beatport.
Eric Prydz will release two new tracks under his Cirez D alias this month.
Prydz announced on Twitter on Saturday that both tracks, ‘Valborg’ and ‘The Raid’, would be released via his own Mouseville Records on 22nd May. Check out the teaser for ‘Valborg’ below.
Adam Beyer has shared the recording of a b2b set he played with Eric Prydz (as Cirez D) at Creamfields 2019.
Shared this week as part of Drumcode Radio, the mix is a two hour venture into epic, stadium-ready techno from two of the biggest names in the game. Listen to it below.
Eric Prydz launched season four of EPIC Radio on Apple Music last Friday (10th April), playing an unreleased work-in-progress track titled 'Day After Tomorrow'.
The new show also featured an exclusive mix under his Cirez D alias.
Eric Prydz has announced the return of his EPIC Radio show on Beats 1.
After a 2019 series that saw the legendary DJ and producer playing new music from his numerous projects, including his techno alias Cirez D and Pryda, EPIC will return next Friday 10th April for a new series on Apple Music’s digital station.
Tomorrowland has revealed that Eric Prydz's Holosphere live show will return to the Belgian festival in 2020.
Following a teaser yesterday (22nd) that Holosphere Live would return, Tomorrowland have now confirmed they'll welcome Prydz back to Boom, although confirmation of which weekend the Holosphere performance lands on is yet to be revealed.
Eric Prydz has teased the return of his Holosphere Live show.
The show made its debut in 2018 in Glasgow, before heading to London and New York, and now looks set to return in 2020.
Eric Prydz, The Chemical Brothers (presenting their new A/V show with regular collaborator Adam Smith, partly inspired by one of DJ Mag's favourite albums of last year), Charlotte de Witte and more are locked for Sónar 2020, with the Barcelona festival confirming its full line-up and a return to its traditional dates for this instalment.