ERR at Weekend Festival: Interviews with electronic music superstars ({{commentsTotal}})

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The Baltic edition of the electronic dance music event Weekend Festival took place in Pärnu from August 6-8. The headliners included some of the biggest names in the scene, such as Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Chase & Status, Rudimental, and many others. Several of them took time to talk to ERR about their plans for the future.

Garrix told ERR he is dreaming of a massive solo shows and working on an album. His main goal, however, is to DJ for decades to come.

AronChupa too, who shot to the top of the charts with his quirky “I'm an albatraoz”, said he has some new material.

Chase & Status, on the other hand, which has a staple presence in music charts, is working on what will be their fourth album, due to be released in 2016. The new album will draw from their best work and feature some new exciting artists.

Rudimental, meanwhile, which is also adding finishing touches to its next studio album, dreams of headlining Glastonbury one day.

Editor: M. Oll



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