DVBBS tears the roof off at The Novo

This past Saturday night we got the opportunity to see one of EDM’s biggest rising artists blow the doors off The Novo in Downtown LA. The Canadian duo DVBBS (pronounced dubs) is comprised of the Van den Hoef brothers, Chris Chronicles and Alex Andre. These guys have been around for about 5yrs now, and have worked with some of the industry’s best talent. From Borgeous, Sander van Doorn and Marin Garrix, to Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, DVBBS have been hard at work creating some of the best tracks in the EDM scene yet.

They’ve been on tour recently to help celebrate the release of their second official album titled Beautiful Disaster. I must say that the show was pretty awesome. I’m more of a big festival/big venue type fan, but seeing artists perform in a more intimate setting really lets them connect with the fans on a whole other level. There wasn’t any shortage of that here, as it felt like they were playing a private show for their most hardcore of fans. From the deep bass drops to high intensity beats that kept your blood pumping, they had everyone in the place jumping from beginning to end.

If you ever get a chance to see these guys live, I highly suggest it. I also don’t want to leave out the opening act, which came courtesy of another up and coming EDM group called Bad Royale. These guys just recently released a new track with juggernaut Major Lazer called My Number. I felt like they were almost just as good as DVBBS were, which made for an awesome show all around. Both acts had amazing visuals that made your brain synapses go wild and in sync with the music. Do yourself a favor and go see either one of them if you get the chance, you won’t regret it.

You can check out more info on DVBBS at their official site, as well the same for Bad Royale at their official site too.

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