Watch a recap of ODESZA's mammoth Red Rocks show last month

Watch a recap of ODESZA's mammoth Red Rocks show last month

An insight into ODESZA's much-loved live shows, including snippets of THAT unreleased remix.

With a much-loved live show built around their second album In Return, Seattle duo ODESZA have built themselves a name as one of electronic's best acts, with a gigantic legion of fans around the world. They've been here a couple of times now since the release of In Return, most recently for Groovin' The Moo and its sideshows, but I don't think I have heard a single complaint of people getting 'sick' of them or their live shows, with the boys always building and adapting their shows as time progresses. Last month saw the duo perform at one of their biggest venues yet - the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Accompanied by our homegrown heroes RÜFÜS and Foreign Family Collective label-mates Big Wild and Louis Futon, the infamous Red Rocks saw ODESZA give it their all in a monstrous show sporting a full live drum accompaniment and a small orchestral section. The official recap of the show, released yesterday, goes behind the scenes to show how much effort and hard work goes into their live performances, all whilst teasing that huge, hopefully forthcoming remix of Alex Adair's Make Me Feel Better that ODESZA have been concluding their live shows with. Check out the recap below, as well as a very unofficial live stream of their Make Me Feel Better remix below.

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