Last month, Porter Robinson set sail on the EDM festival cruise known as Holy Ship! Although he's become best known for his live Worlds sets after dropping his debut album in 2014, the young DJ and producer dropped an epic DJ set featuring tracks from Noisia to Nero, Juicy J to Jack U, and more. Thanks to several fans who uploaded streams of the full live set, there's no need to envy February's Ship Fam.
During the riotous, 90-minute-long set, Robinson mixed together over 50 tracks including remixes, edits and originals by Purity Ring, RL Grime, Cashmere Cat, Rustie, Galantis and Brillz among others. He juxtaposes the bigger names in electronic music, like Darren Styles, with some more underground cuts from the likes of Raito.
In addition to sprinkling his own originals including everything from "Sad Machine" to "Spitfire" throughout, he dropped a number of his own remixes and edits of remixes. For example: Robinson's edit of Flume's remix of Lorde's "Tennis Court."
Robinson's fans have come to expect mind-melting sets that juxtapose warm-and-fuzzy rave feelings with hard-hitting progressive house beats and bass that occasionally knocks the wind out of you, and his Holy Ship! set does not disappoint.
An Electric Area broadcast of the show was initially posted on Soundcloud but was quickly removed, We Got This Covered reports. Since then, the full set has surfaced on MixCloud, Your EDM reports. Give it a listen below.
Following Holy Ship!, "Sea Of Voices," the lead single off Worlds, was selected to soundtrack the unveiling of the Virgin Spaceship Unity (VSS Unity), Virgin Galactic's new passenger spaceship.
Featuring physicist Stephen Hawking's speech welcoming the new spaceship with "Sea of Voices" playing in the background, the video captures that uplifting feeling the young producer manages to distill in his live sets. Watch below.