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Having Shambhala withdrawals? Relive No Mana’s Pagoda set now!

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No Mana performed Shambhala Music Festival on Saturday, August 10. He self-recorded his own set and thus the quality is near perfection.

No Mana didn’t have very much preparation as he was called eight days prior to replace Paul Oakenfold, who had fallen ill. No Mana Is the first performer from Shambhala 2019 to record and post their full performance, with many more likely to follow in the coming days.

The full 90-minute performance went from 11:30 PM until 1:00 AM at the Pagoda Stage. Kaskade played immediately after, so No Mana was guaranteed a large listening party.

The Mau5trap Producer/DJ performed a combination of progressive and techno. No Mana started with a Radiohead bootleg and an unreleased remix of Above & Beyond’s There’s Only You. Before diving headfirst into techno with Raito’s Ghost Voices remix and his original Millenium Bug.

What happens at the end of the mix? Listen for yourself. He plays originals like Nostalgia Drive and songs from I_O.

What else did you love during Shambhala 2019? The mysterious collaborator from Rezz’s album named Deathpact played his first show, and Zhu performed two sets over the weekend.

If you find any more live performances please share them with us on Facebook or Twitter!

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