Kaskade arrived in New York April 25th to officially launch his 'Freaks Of Nature Tour' DVD at an intimate viewing party. Following this he headed to his ultra exclusive Redux tour date at the small nightspot Cielo. Event details were kept tightly under wraps as ticket links were only released 5 days prior to the date. As soon as Kaskade posted the New York ticket link the website crashed in seconds much to the dismay of his fervent fans who became distressed when they couldn’t proceed to check out. When the site was finally back online, the dreaded “Sold Out” stamp appeared and many Kaskade fans found themselves scrambling.

Described as a night that would “drown you,” Kaskade devoted this night to his deep house roots and made it clear that it would be very unlike Freaks Of Nature. Marking the 10th anniversary of his first studio album “It’s You, It’s Me,” Kaskade brought out his classic tracks for an utterly remarkable night. Opening with title track “It’s You, It’s Me” he continued through hits like “Raining,” “Be Still,” his rare Hall and Oates remix of “Can't Go For that,” and an unheard remix to Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”

His two and half hour set was purely deep house. It was a refreshing return to the sound that solidified him as a superstar DJ. The ravenous struggle to obtain Redux tickets is understandable because the opportunity to see Kaskade in an intimate setting for only $25 is an unprecedented glimpse at America’s most prolific DJ at work. Hopefully, Kaskade fans won't have to wait another 10 years to see their favorite DJ in such a memorable way.

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