ISOxo Announces Massive Takeover of “Nightrealm” Stage at HARD Summer 2022 –

In the midst of a true breakout year, ISOxo has announced a potentially career-defining decision.

The estimated The Class of 2022 member will lead an onstage takeover at HARD Summer, where he’s sure to shock and awe with his patented “Nightrealm” experience. The recovery, which takes its name from the breathtaking experience of the ISO nocturnal kingdom EP, will be released on Saturday, July 30.

It’s a double whammy for the young bass virtuoso, whose highly anticipated appearance at HARD Summer also marks his first-ever performance at a music festival. The takeover of the festival’s Corona stage will deliver its second DJ set of the evening after its official debut earlier on the green stage, where it promised an appearance by an “incredibly special guest”.

But it was during the takeover of Corona Stage that ISO would be joined by their undisputed fan-favorite collaborator: Knock2. The prodigious producers leapt forward, gliding on the wings of their soaring “ISOKNOCK” mixes, which helped propel them each to electronic music stardom in a short time. They will launch the third installment of the mix series, dubbed “Niteharts,” through a B2B DJ set in the headlining takeover of “Nightrealm.”

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“We’ve had this concept in mind for a very long time after dropping our first two EPs and now we can finally perform it live at our dream festival,” ISOxo said in an Instagram post.

Flosstradamus, Mr. Carmack, JAWNS, and FrostTop, among others, join ISOxo and Knock2 for the remainder of HARD’s momentous takeover.

Meanwhile, ISO and company will be joined by over 100 artists at HARD Summer 2022. The festival lineup includes Porter Robinson, Madeon, Alison Wonderland, Tchami, TroyBoi, SIDEPIECE, NGHTMRE, Chris Lake, GRiZ, TOKiMONSTA and more. ‘others.

HARD Summer is scheduled for July 29-31, 2022 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. You can buy passes here.



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