Review: Dash Berlin with Adam Scott at Marquee 10/17/15

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With an absolutely massive fan base in the Tri-State Area, there was no doubt that when Dash Berlin announced his show at Marquee New York on 10/17, that tickets would go quickly.  He’s a man of true melodic tunes with amazing lyrics to accompany them, so naturally it was a show you didn’t want to miss, with what seems like Dash’s resident support act Adam Scott opening and closing.  Dash Berlin and Adam Scott are a perfect musical tag team.

Arriving around 11:30pm, the line to get in was longer and more packed than it actually was inside of Marquee.  Natural though, as that’s around the time that everyone starts showing up to the club.  It’s always fun to be there for the opener, because the good ones always set the proper mood.

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

Walking into the club around 12, Adam Scott was already half way through his set and was getting the crowd ready perfectly for the main man himself, Dash.  With tunes such as Ilan Bluestone‘s “43,” Ferry Corsten‘s “F The Bull$h1t,” Paul Van Dyk‘s “I Don’t Deserve You”(Jerome Isma-ae remix), and many other great picks, the crowd was primed.

1am approached quickly, and as the dance floor became more packed and people started to push to the front, I began to get antsy. I’ll be honest, I’m not a fan of the clubs, but when it comes to some of my favorite artists I will certainly suck it up and go. Even after all the pushing, shoving and battling your way through the crowd, it is totally worth it.

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

Holding up “Hello NYC!” on his iPad and opening with “Are You With Me,” by Lost Frequencies (Dash Berlin Remix), was the perfect way to start off his four hour set.  Yes, that’s right you read that correctly, FOUR hours!  For those fours hours he had the crowd mesmerized and anxious to hear what he was going to play next.  He got me when he played “Strobe” by Deadmau5 and “Take Me to Church” by Hozier (Dash Berlin remix feat. Ellie Goulding), but he also had my heart when he played just about all of the below.

PARTIAL TRACKLIST:

“Runaway” by Galantis

“Firestorm” (Dash Berlin Rework): by Kygo feat Conrad Seawell

“Beautiful Now” by Zedd feat John Bellion

“Here Tonight” by Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic feat. Collin McLoughlin

“If I lose Myself” (Dash Berlin Remix) by One Republic

“Jar of Hearts” by Dash Berlin feat. Christina Novelli

“Ten Feet Tall” by Afrojack

“Pompeii” (Kat Krazy Extended Mix) by Bastille

“Can’t Feel My Face” (Rainer/Grimm Remix) by The Weekend

“Stay With Me” (Darkchild Version) by Sam Smith

“Somehow” (Syzz Remix) by Dash Berlin & 3LAU feat. Bright Lights

“Sweet Escape” by Alesso feat. Sirena

“World Falls Apart” (Thomas Gold Remix) by Dash Berlin feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn

“Lightning” by Cash Cash feat. John Rzeznik

“Outside” (Hardwell Remix) by Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding

“Dragonfly” (Original Mix) by Dash Berlin & Carita La Nina

“All Of Me” (Dash Berlin Remix) by John Legend

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

After running through his newer tracks and some of the more commercial stuff, Dash Berlin really took hold of us and took us on a ride.  At about 3:30, he gave the crowd what they were really waiting for.  Dash went through track after track of classics and trance that simply blew everyone away until 5am.  It was amazing, and it felt like we saw two shows, and two incredible sides of Dash Berlin.  Maybe he’s the real Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

As his incredible set came to a close, Adam Scott finished off the night with a couple of tracks while Dash met and took pictures with his adoring fans as he usually does.  This was also a very special night, as we were celebrating Dash’s #15 ranking of the Top 100 DJs in the world.  Dash has been in the top 15 for six years straight since he made his debut on the charts!  Marquee also sent up a nice presentation for him, which you can see below.

Photo by: Menbar Photos for Marquee NY

This was certainly a night you did not want to miss, but don’t worry because Dash will be back on 11/5! Announced at Marquee this past weekend, Dash returns with Adam Scott for another magical night, but this time at Lavo.  Hardstyle legends D-Block and S-te-fan will be making their New York debut as their house music alter-ego DBSTF for a special closing set!  You’ve probably heard their track “Beautiful World” if you’ve been to a festival this year. Make sure to grab your tickets now because, like last show, they will sell out fast!

~Michelle for EDMNYC

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