One of the biggest music events in the world is less than two weeks away. With multiple roster-full festivals and jam-packed clubs, the end of March will turn Miami into a dance music paradise. Plus, the Miami Music Week premiers new and unheard songs from all sorts of musicians and producers from across the world onto many stages.

One such artist preparing for his Miami arrival is the Chicago/San Francisco champion of house music Kaskade. Even when having time off, Ryan Raddon has been using his free time and converting it to work time. While down in Australia for the Future Music Festival, he has been busy getting some tunes up and ready for the immensely anticipated Ultra Music Festival. According to the man himself, “I really wanted to finish up this EP, and I’m happy that I can say it’s done now… This four-track EP is a kinda deep house thing that I’m doing. Unfortunately the tracks won’t be out yet, but I’ll be playing them when I’m there.

For those who want to hear new music or catch Kaskade throw it down while he is playing in Miami, he will be at multiple events. First, he will be playing his infamous Redux concerts in the MAPS Backlot in the Wynwood Arts District on Thursday March 27. The next day, he will be performing on Ultra’s main stage after Eric Prydz and his new Holo show and before Tiësto closes the festival’s first night. If you miss these two events, you can still catch him at LIV Nightclub on Saturday March 29 before he leaves to spin in Las Vegas. If you are still on the fence about catching him while he is in town, check out his Atmosphere set at the Shrine live last year and expect this and more new sounds.

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