Los Angeles was set ablaze on November 25th as Insomniac’s Factory 93 took center stage, transforming an outdoor venue into a techno haven. The show had a long line down the block with tons of excited fans waiting to get in. The night pulsated with beats curated to perfection, headlined by the unparalleled Eli Brown, who mesmerized the crowd with a spellbinding 2.5-hour set.
The evening kicked off with an eclectic supporting lineup that included techno maestros Alan Fitzpatrick, Bart Skils, and a host of other talented artists. The atmosphere crackled with anticipation as each artist set the stage for what was to come.
Eli Brown, a virtuoso in his own right, unleashed an auditory journey that transcended boundaries. His recently released tracks such as “Diamond On My Mind” and “Be The One” reverberated through the venue, encapsulating the audience in a whirlwind of pulsating beats and hypnotic melodies. Brown also dropped remixes to Zombie Nation, Fred Again, and Peggy Gou which ignited the dance floor into a frenzy.
The stage production featured a giant pyramid shape with and LED screen and lasers that shot above the crowd.The magic of Eli Brown’s set extended well into the night, with his seamless transitions and impeccable track selection keeping the crowd in a state of euphoria. From the driving basslines to the ethereal synths, Brown’s mastery showcased the depth and versatility of techno, cementing his place as a luminary in the genre.
In a world where music is the language of the soul, Factory 93’s event featuring Eli Brown was a testament to the unifying power of techno—a night where barriers dissolved, and only the rhythm mattered. The pulsating beats echoed long after the music faded, a lingering reminder of an incredibly fun night. Do yourself a favor and catch Eli Brown the next time he plays a set in your city. You won’t regret it!