Relentless Beats’ house music sub-brand, Body Language, has been serving up music events in Phoenix since they premiered their house and techno festival in March 2022. This past weekend, Body Language presented a new Halloween event called Super Unnatural.
Super Unnatural invited music lovers to celebrate two sinister nights, October 27-28 at WestWorld in Scottsdale, Arizona. The venue was set up in festival style with food trucks, water stations, rave vendors, bars, and most importantly, one megastructure stage that held massive performances all weekend long.
Day one vibes were off to an eerily good start as spookily dressed dancers greeted us upon entering the Super Unnatural gates. After exploring the event grounds for a bit, we made our way to the dance floor for Kyle Watson. The South African DJ/producer pumped up the crowd with his bass/tech house remix of Sage the Gemini‘s “Gas Pedal”. Global tech house phenomenon, Mau P followed up with a hype setlist featuring all of the bangers, including his fan-favorite single, “Drugs From Amsterdam”. Four Tet was next on the schedule and he played the most unique set of the lineup. His mix of deep sounds and waves of wonky bass lifted spirits and kept ravers guessing. Finally, the headliner and closer of the night, FISHER. The Australian DJ/producer did what he does best and went out with a bang bang bang aka “It’s A Killa” and groovy rework of Bob Sinclar‘s, “World, Hold On”.
Day two was packed with more house music and tons of ghoulish fun. Attendees stepped out in their best Halloween costumes, paired with flow toys ready to light up the hallowed eve. Our night started with the hauntingly beautiful, deep house sounds of Nora En Pure for a special sunset set. Armand Van Helden followed with an array of funky classics that kept the energy at an all-time high. One of our favorite artists, Chris Lorenzo brought the heat with his bass and tech house style, playing his charting collaborative single, “MAMI” with COBRAH. Dom Dolla threw down a thrilling set which included his wicked original, “Eat Your Man” with Nelly Furtado. Dom wrapped up the event and showed us why he’s currently one of the top artists in dance music.
The inaugural Super Unnatural was a success! We’re so happy that Relentless Beats provided dance music fans a festival-sized Halloween music event outside of the regular Halloween parties at the local bars and clubs. The new venue, WestWorld was the perfect location. It was spacious and never felt crowded, even though being an one stage event. Most importantly, the lineup was great and reflected the current talent in house music. We look forward to more Body Language shows and hopefully another festival in the near future.