Maceo Plex – whose real name is Eric Estomel – began performing back in 1993, when he created mixes of techno, electro, and house music that soon gained him popularity in the early 90s rave scene. The artist was greatly influenced by modern funk... ... read more
Apr 20 Sun
Coachella 2014 Day 6
Arts Festival / Concert / DJ Event / Music Festival / Club Music / Deep House / Disco / Drum and Bass / Dubstep / EDM / Electro / Electro House / Electronic / Folk / Funky House / Hard Rock / Hardstyle / Heavy Metal / Hip-Hop / House / Indie / Indie Rock / Jazz / Lo-Fi / New Wave / Pop / Pop / Rock / Progressive House / Psychedelic / Punk / Rap / Rock / Ska / Techno / Trance / Trap / World Music
Los Angeles, United States / Empire Polo Field (Indio, CA) Arcade Fire, Beck, Calvin Harris, Neutral Milk Hotel, Disclosure, Lana Del Rey, Motörhead, Alesso, Duck Sauce, Little Dragon, Beady Eye, Flosstradamus, The Toy Dolls, The 1975, Adventure Club, Big Gigantic, Chance The Rapper, Laurent Garnier, Krewella, Rudimental, Starfucker, Fishbone, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, AlunaGeorge, Art Department, Flight Facilities, Frank Turner, John Newman, Maceo Plex, Superchunk, Bombino, Daughter, Bad Manners, Surfer Blood, Lee Burridge, Poolside, Classixx, Showtek, James Vincent McMorrow, Bo Ningen, Aeroplane, Ratking, Jhene Aiko, J. Roddy Walston and the Business, Factory Floor, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Anna Lunoe, The Martinez Brothers, Scuba, Bicep, John Beaver
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Maceo Plex – whose real name is Eric Estomel – began performing back in 1993, when he created mixes of techno, electro, and house music that soon gained him popularity in the early 90s rave scene. The artist was greatly influenced by modern funk sounds created by the likes of Model 500, Kenny Larkin, Convextion, and Idjut Boyz. Maceo Plex has traveled the world and played in some of the best and most popular clubs, including Fabric, Womb, Cocoon, and Rex.
In 2010, Maceo Plex decided to strip down some of his electronic sound in order to expose a sunny, relaxed quality to his music. Later that year, he released a single called “Vibe Your Love” that featured a hefty funk remix treatment by Zev of Wolf & Lamb and showed his versatility as an artist. Maceo Plex’s 2010 album Life Index chronicles Estomel’s journey from the young, exuberant DJ in the early 1990s to the thoughtful, soulful artist he is today.
Maceo Plex tickets sell out fast, so be sure to purchase yours as soon as they become available.