This was Ewan McVicar’s old-school-inspired set from the Steel Yard stage at Creamfields North recently, filmed by Beatport.
With a stacked lineup as usual, this year’s artists included Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, Pete Tong, Camelphat, Amelie Lens, John Summit, Carl Cox, Andy C, Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, and countless others.
Enjoy the set.
Ewan McVicar Bio
In his native Ayr, in Scotland, Ewan McVicar revitalised the town’s club culture, sparking a movement that remains fervent and committed, four years since it was first formed. This is typical of Ewan’s community-focused outlook.
Still a relative newcomer to the international circuit, his commitment to building a local scene in Ayr, combined with his DJ skills and fearless approach to production make Ewan one of the most promising artists of his generation.
Nominated in the Breakthrough DJ category at the DJ Mag Best of British Awards in 2020, he is ascending rapidly up the ranks. His gold selling single ‘Tell Me Something Good’ bought wins for two awards in 2021 – ‘Track of the Year’ for DJ Mag Best of British accompanied by Radio 1’s first ever ‘Electronic Track of the Year’.
To date McVicar is especially proud of remixing one of the most important songs in recent electronic music folklore ‘Gabriel’ by Joe Goddard. The brains behind his own mini empire, this early success is a sure-fire sign of things to come. Hungry, determined and full of good vibes for all, Ewan McVicar is primed for the next phase of his burgeoning career…
Read Ewan’s full bio on SoundCloud.