#Shambhala2018 Official Mix Series 16:
••Kali Yuga & The Genesa Project ••
The dynamic, audio/visual coupling of The Genesa Project (Tanner Berry) and partner in crime Kali Yuga, are no strangers to slaying dancefloors with their sonic eartickling, high energy beats. Based out of Calgary, AB, Canada, the duo bring a fresh take to interactive sets, engaging the audience through wild movement and ecstatic drive.
Presenting world-class stage design and music production, Kali Yuga & The Genesa Project have an ongoing love affair with The Pagoda Stage, having performed there four times and working throughout the year with Beama Visual Environments, the video mapping masterminds behind the Fractal Forest, Pagoda, and Village stages.
Kali Yuga & The Genesa Project will be bringing their deep, grimey bass sound to The Pagoda Stage again this year for the 21st Annual Shambhala Music Festival, and before they do they’ve shared their #Shambhala2018 Official Mix with us.
Here’s what Kali Yuga & The Genesa Project had to say about his #Shambhala2018 Official Mix:
“Our goal in our mixes and live sets is to tell a story and get as weird and wiggly as possible. We humbly intend to make bodies invariably morph into elastic bands by the end of the performance. We have a longstanding passion for deep, grimey bass, accompanied by experimental squishes and sound manipulation. This set features some of our favourite tracks of the summer from artists like X&G, Jorgen Odegard, UZ, Ananaki, and The Zebbler Encanti Experience.”
What have you heard about Shambhala Music Festival?
This will be our 8th consecutive Shambhala, and our 4th year as a part of The Pagoda family. Shambhala will always be home to us, and we are so ready to be back!
Are you ready to camp in the BC Wilderness?
This is an interesting question because over the last 4 years we have been hopping from festival to festival, both as performers and participants, at upwards of ten festivals every year. We have not only become accustomed to dancing and sleeping in the wilderness, we have upped our GLAMping game to extraordinary levels. If you’re going to camp in the wilderness, best be fancy about it.
What will your Shambhala Spirit Animal be?
Tanner: Perhaps not a spirit “animal” per-se, however I have always found a deep and intimate connection with The Pagoda stage slushies. They are crisp and refreshing, inviting and delicious.
Kali: I think my personal spirit animal would have to be the blue-footed booby. It’s like if a bird was wearing those super slick LED rave shoes, only in the wild. I bet they can shuffle like pros.
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