Rudimental and Gorgon City Performed Live on Virgin Atlantic’s New 787 Jets

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Ok serious jealousy going on over here at House Museic HQ. I wish I was on this London to US  flight to catch Rudimental & Gorgon City’s live set on Virgin Atlantic’s new 787 jet. The two groups have no problem reeling in more than 35,000 people to their shows, but now they can say that they can perform 35,000 feet in the air.

Gorgon City kicked off the party in the sky with a killer mix which you can listen to here: https://soundcloud.com/virgin-flight-decks/set-1-london-mix-gorgon-city

Mid-Atlantic and Rudimental got the party going, with their array of horns and vocalists. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/virgin-flight-decks/set-2-transatlantic-mix-rudimental

BUT the fun didn’t stop there. Bringing the party to a climax and into US waters, both bands battled it out B2B. Listen to their battle here: https://soundcloud.com/virgin-flight-decks/set-3-atlanta-mix-rudimental-b2b-gorgon-city

Moral of the story, fly Virgin Atlantic 😉

 For more information, visit the Virgin Atlantic’s blog by clicking this!
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Just a So Cal dude obsessed with electronic dance music, especially House. Here to AMuse the world with another blog. I’m insanely interested in highlighting EDM, artists and events around the world. Open to receiving ideas, thoughts and constructive criticism as I continue on with my blogging adventure. Have something you want me to highlight? Send it my way! Steven@housemuseic.com. I hope you will enjoy my blog as much as I love writing it. Muchas Gracias Friends -Steven The House Museic Blogger Muchas Gracias Friends -Steven The House Museic Blogger

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