Berkeley, California-born Niles Hollowell -Dar, formerly of the pop-skewed super-group The Cataracs and now known as the heavily Tiesto-supported phenom KSHMR, performed his inaugural live show to a packed Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles over the weekend. Yogi and Bassjackers laid down heavily-laden warm up sets to set the energy level high for the much-awaited KSHMR debut. Featuring all of the fan-favorite KSHMR original tracks and remixes, the set did not disappoint. Not only that, but Niles included amazingly-fitting remixes and well-crafted mash-ups in his repertoire to beautifully curate his maiden journey at the helm of the club.

Leading up to the show, the man himself promised salivating fans “a journey” like no other, and he for sure delivered on said promise. As a fan, I was insanely stoked to witness this piece of history…and luckily there’s fans like the videographers below, who were able to capture some moments from the show to share with you all.

Check out the tracklist as well. Full set was about an hour and a half. Wished it had been 3 hours, though. Next time, maybe.


Middle Set (accompany’s tracklist):
“Memories” with live vocal performance by Sirah: