Year in year out Kaskade shows us why he has stamped his name in as one of the biggest electronic music producers in the world. It comes as no surprise at all that he finds himself on the main stage at one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world. The huge levels of demand to have Kaskade performing on occasions like these can't be argued with. He is already known for his hugely successful solo career, but has also worked with other huge producers in his time, Deadmau5 being a regular customer.
Anyway, enough about the history of a producer I'm sure you already know so much about. Here are a few tracks he dropped during this latest UMF 2014 set.
Under The Stars - Kaskade & Thomas Sagstad vs. Morning Parade
A recent atmospheric release from Kaskade, there were no real surprises the man decided to use this as an opener to this set. All you have to do is look at the reaction of the thousands of lively faces in Ultra audience to know how it went down!
Last Chance - Kaskade & Project 46
Another relatively recent release, released by Ultra's very own music label, therefore again, no surprises Kaskade decided to play this track to his audience. It's also been an exciting year for Project 46, releasing a track with Laidback Luke on top of previous works with the likes of DubVision as well last year. This was also followed by Clockwork's remix of the very same track, you can decide for yourselves which track you prefer!
Young & Beautiful - Lana Del Rey (Kaskade Remix)
Released last year, a big track from the American, a personal favourite of min as well. If you may not have already noticed, I love almost anything that can successfully combine the art of electronic music, with the delicate darkness and obscurity of Lana Del Rey's voice. A glorious tack from one of America's homebred producers and I hope to here plenty more like this.
So this has been a quick summary of Kaskade's UMF 2014 set, including a few of my favourite track IDs for you that were included in by the man himself. Let us know if there are any more tracks you want identified in the comments, otherwise, I hope you enjoyed this post!
(Whole set below)