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Disco Lines Closes Out “Good Good” Tour With Two Electric Shows at LA’s Fonda Theatre

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Disco Lines, has come a long way from his humble beginnings in Boulder, Colorado. 

Catapulting into the spotlight with his wildly viral remix of Taylor Swift’s “Love Story,” the beatsmith has since amassed a deep discography of high-energy house heaters and has played at the world’s biggest festivals, from Coachella to Lollapalooza.

Embarking on his “Good Good” tour in October, Disco Lines captivated crowds across 15 thrilling stops before culminating in a spectacular grand finale in LA. Across the takeover’s two days, the Fonda Theatre was teeming with a palpable and pulsating energy.

Disco Lines took the stage at 10:40 before igniting us with an electrifying start as he dropped an unreleased edit of Milky Chance’s “Living in a Haze.” A burst of confetti added a whimsical touch, setting a rapturous tone for the performance.

Calvin Hite

Amidst a sea of sequin-swathed disco dolphins, the emerging dance music superstar delivered a dynamic performance, seamlessly blending his own originals—like “Another Chance” and “Cutting Loose”—with fresh edits of Dom Dolla’s “Saving Up” and Peggy Gou’s global hit “(It Goes Like) Nanana.” The stage was alive with a pulsating energy, leaving us captivated by the fusion of familiar hits and refreshing renditions.

Maintaining the energy for nearly two hours, Disco Lines wrapped up his set with a drum & bass version of his song “Baby Girl,” leaving the crowd clamoring for more. The connection was electric, underlining his blinding potential.

With an unreleased Dillon Francis collaboration and landmark set at Bonnaroo on the agenda, 2024 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Disco Lines.

Calvin Hite

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Written by: 98bpm Radio

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