It’s a big day for Kaskade. The DJ released his new track “Kaskade vs. Quilnez — Stars Troll” on iTunes and he’s performing at the Staples Center in Los Angeles tonight for his Freaks of Nature Tour.
For all his fans who plan to mope at home because they can’t make it to his sold-out show, fear not, you can basically be there. His landmark performance will be streamed live at 12:15 am EST (9:15 pm PST). Kaskade earned the distinction of being the first electronic dance artist to EVER solo-headline the venue and he also marked an industry milestone by selling it out (SAY WHAT?).
“It only seems natural to allow fans to experience it across the world through a live stream,” Kaskade said in a press release. “It’s the beauty of technology — I can bring this to so many more fans than just those in the arena!”
Don’t forget to check out the 90-minute concert tonight (below) and see his new music video next week, which will take footage from the show. Catch the teaser video for the performance here.
In Skrillex and Kaskade’s new video for “Lick It,” a rave refugee walks through a frozen wasteland covering her blood-squiring ears. FYI, that raver happens to be Icelandic actress and soccer player Anita Lisa Svansdottir.
While the visual is kind of disturbing, we’re glad to hear the song, which is the latest track from Kaskade’s Fire & Ice. Skrillex and Kaskade have different vibes but maybe that’s why it works.
“Skrillex and I have different styles,” Kaskade told MTV, “but that is part of what made it fun. I like doing the unexpected, and this track and video is something truly distinctive.”
Watch it below: