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21 JULY

More than 100 000 people were brought by Smash on the Dj-seth in France.

Andrei Shirman, better known as SMASH, once again became the only Russian DJ, speaking at the biggest festival of electronic music in France - Electrobeach Music Festival.

Some years the French Port Barkares becomes a platform of carrying out one of thelargest in the world of festivals electronic music. Some scenes, thousands fans of electronic music and their idols with the sets. This event of world musical scale - the best DJs from all over the world played here the sets. The second year in a row of SMASH becomes one of festival headliners, along with such stars, as Armin van Buuren, Calvin Harris,and british legend-Fatboy Slim's.
 

"I admit that to be headliner at this festival — huge honor and responsibility. - Andrey speaks, - Usually, I very quietly step on any stage, but here was nervous a little - I couldn't bring myself. But I am madly happy, the public annealed, the French press writes that it was the triumph and it can't but flatter. On a dance floor there were more than 100000 people, and it is very powerful charge of energy. To play for such public - huge pleasure."

Besides active participation in the largest festivals, and also holding own festival "POWERFULLY" in Moscow, busy tour schedule and preparation for an exit of a new album (at the end of August it will appear in pre-sale on the iTunes resource and will leave in the fall), Andrey's forces are enough and for planning of new large-scale show: "Together with the companions we seriously asked a question of filling of concert sports grounds on which there is a wish to introduce content ofhigh European level. Therefore now I create the show of world level – Star Track with which I will go to act. I do it with the French and Dutch colleagues. Show will be with the light, visualized elements. Everything that there is the best inthe world, I will collect in is mute. There will be many counters which else nobody applied. I want to show to the Russian public that this culture can bear in itself."