The BPM Festival has come and gone, and many are left with the fond memories provided by the spectacular location and music from Playa del Carmen. From the vast showcases to all the world renowned artists, there was a musical experience for anyone regardless of ones taste in underground music. Many had the pleasure of journeying to Mexico for BPM to experience this in real time, but the vast majority are left to live vicariously through Be-at.tv or wait for the recorded sets to go live online.
With BPM 2016 officially in the books, we’ve compiled a playlist of as many sets from the festival as possible. Have a listen to some of our favorites below, and check out the BPM playlist for over 128 hours of grooves from 80 artists.
Apollonia at Ya’ah Muul
To be honest – there’s no bad setting to witness Apollonia in action, but BPM yields particularly excellent results.
Satoshi Tomiie at Groove Garden Session
An eclectic range of house and techno was the name of the game when Satoshi Tomiie took to the decks at Groove Garden
Kim Ann Foxman at Pets Recordings Showcase
FM tones, 303 basslines, lush chord stabs, and of course plenty of groove – Kim Ann Foxman had it all at the Pets Recordings Showcase
Luciano at Blue Parrot
Experiencing the Cadenza boss at BPM is about authentic as it gets. Although his set at Avalon Hollywood wasn’t half bad either…
Hito at Vatos Locos
Deep tech house in it’s purest form is what Hito provided the dance floor for the iconic Vatos Locos party
Valentino Kanzyani at Trust
It’s always a treat to see what Kanzyani pulls out of his record bag. BPM was no exception as the Slovenian was in top form at Trust
Between the Ovum head-honcho and Queen of the Jackathon, this is a BPM back-to-back that you’ll want to listen to