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Divine Elements

Originally spawned from a small studio in Los Angeles, California, Divine Elements began with a vision of a collective that would eventually provide audiences with an experience that is often hard to find in the electronica music scene. An experience that would change what party goers alike expect from performers at clubs and electronic music events around the globe. That vision was a live PA which would rival the best of both the audio and visual worlds. A collective of enthusiasts performing on stage with synthesizers, guitar, drums, vocals and integrated video stimulation.

Once inspired by such artists as Roni Size and Reprezent, Thievery Corporation, Daft Punk, Crystal Method, BT and Prodigy, Divine Elements set out on a mission to represent Drum and Bass and all other genres they encompass in a whole new light. Group founders Concise and Ru started the collective with the idea that they would introduce new “elements” as time went on, finding the right artists to join them on their mission of “giving the audience what they deserve out of an electronic performance.” As time went on, they found just that. Sharing lineups with the likes of Pendulum, Nickey Blackmarket, Accidental Heroes, Future Prophecies, Dieselboy, Cause 4 Concern, Hive, Gridlok, Invaderz, Evol Intent, John Tejada, Juju and many more.

Recent additions to the collective include producers Doppler and Celerity. “It’s fate that we all ended up working together,” which is a common phrase shared between all the producers. “We share the same styles and heart for the performance. It was just meant to be,” says Ru.


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