You’ve seen the video, right? Well here are four words for you in case you’re not sure what’s going on: Salvatore Mother Fuckin’ Ganacci.
Here’s a recap for you. The first weekend of Tomorrowland took place in Belgium recently and for the uninitiated it’s a mind-bending, retina-burning festival that caters for almost every sound in dance music. In fact, imagine if there was a music festival in the Harry Potter universe where Ron and the gang all got absolutely steam-trained on every-flavored beans and danced to weird, mystical bangers, that festival would be Tomorrowland.
Carl Cox, Charlotte De Witte, Sven Väth and a whole bunch of world-renowned DJs all appeared on the line-up but it’s pretty common knowledge that the main musical draw at Tomorrowland is EDM. Steve Aoki, David Guetta (who could forget that moment) Axwell and all those other absolute monsters are the reason tens of thousands show up to the party.
This year however, it wasn’t any of the usual juggernauts that made the headlines. Oh no, it’s the Bosnian artist Salvatore Ganacci who’s riled everyone up and if you hadn’t heard of him before Tomorrowland then you sure as hell know who he is now. We could explain in full why people are up-in-arms but it’s probably best that you check out his set below first.
The flailing, punching arms, the luscious, soft, long hair moving in the wind and a sign of rabid intent that says “I am me, I am Salvatore, I am legend”.
Imagine thrashing around like in front of your mates. They’d think you were a moron.
Imagine dancing like that in a club in front of people you don’t know. They’d think there might be something wrong with you or that you’d taken too many power guners.
IMAGINE DOING THAT ON THE MAIN STAGE AT TOMORROWLAND IN FRONT OF 60,000 PEOPLE.
YOU’D THINK THAT GUY’S A FUCKING HERO.