From their hometown in Colorado, to throwing down at world-class festivals and clubs around the world, electronic DJ/Production duo Breathe Carolina brings unparalleled energy and adrenalizing music everywhere they go. This past weekend, we caught their showdown at The Grand Nightclub in Boston, and with another 10/10 performance down, Breathe Carolina is rolling into the latter half of 2018 with a bang.
David Schmitt and Tommy Cooperman of Breathe Carolina have swept through the music industry and remain one of the outstanding acts who successfully made a transition from alternative and pop-punk music to electronic. While diehard fans of the pair have stuck with them from Warped Tour to Tomorrowland, they have gained an enormous new fanbase as their music releases, epic touring roster, and alluring stage presence are simply an irresistible trifecta. The originative minds behind recent hit singles “DYSYLM,” “Sweet Dreams,” and “My Love” Breathe Carolina has nailed collaborations with numerous DJ/Producers and musicians from Bassjackers, to Haliene, to Sunstars, Dropgun, and more.
This time around in Boston, they mixed in original anthems like “Sweet Dreams,” “Blackout,” and “This Again,” as well as brought collaboration track with Bassjackers “The Fever” to the booth, and threw in bass heavy renditions of Travis Scott’s “Goosebumps,” Daddy Yankee’s “Gasolina,” and LMFAO’s banger “Shots” (just to name a few). From the fans who got right up close to the booth, to VIP guests surrounding both left and right sides, to the absolutely wild mix of party-goers filling the middle of the dance floor, Breathe Carolina drew in one of the most energetic crowds The Grand has seen yet. Bringing the same infectious hype with them from their earlier punk rock days, the front to back of the room was bumping with heartfelt and soulful electronic music.
The Grand couldn’t have been a better nightclub for Breathe Carolina’s roaring performance this past Friday night, as its open layout and upscale design boast Boston’s newest luxury atmosphere. Entering up the club’s opulent glass staircase, crowds pour in to find even more sexy features like gold, plush, and leather touches, as well as a custom built lighting system and LED wall. Ample room to party continues on their spacious dance floor and VIP areas, ultimately creating one of the most heavenly dance experiences Boston has to offer.
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