Turn Back the Clock with These CRSSD Festival Spring 2020 Livesets

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After catching amazing sets from some of the best artists in house and techno it’s safe to say we all want to go back to CRSSD Festival Spring.

Each year, thousands of house and techno lovers flock to San Diego in the spring to experience all that CRSSD Festival has to offer. Featuring a stunning skyline, unique tastes, and a lineup made of dreams, the two-day event has become one of the most prized to attend and a kick-off to the rest of the festival season for many.

That being said, the mood was uncertain going into the recent edition of CRSSD Festival Spring amid the coronavirus concerns that had begun to grow around the world. And instead of the festival being a solid start it ended up becoming one of the last we’ll see for quite some time, as the following week saw numerous cancellations or postponements.

Related: Want to know how the festival went down this year? Check out Sydney’s review of CRSSD Spring.

While we’re all stuck at home losing our minds, one thing that has given us momentary peace has been the influx of livestreams and livesets that have surfaced. And while this list is by no means complete, we’ll keep adding to it as more hopefully surface in the coming weeks. But until then, enjoy sounds from Nora En Pure, Carl Cox, and more!

What was your favorite set from CRSSD Spring and who surprised you the most? Let us know in the comments and feel free to join in on the conversation on Facebook!

CRSSD Festival Spring 2020 Livesets

Carl Cox

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Charlotte de Witte

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Charlotte de Witte (CRSSD After Dark)

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Hernán Cattáneo B2B Nick Warren

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Justin Jay

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Nora En Pure

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Purple Disco Machine

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