Terminal 51 ft. Rinzen

. Commonwealth , Las Vegas [Ages 21+]

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Elation presents

Terminal 51 ft. Rinzen

Support: Funny Faces & Samba

Thursday April 15, 2021

10PM - 2AM

Commonwealth, 525 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

21+

*Masks required to be worn at all times except when consuming


For Table Reservations please contact [email protected] or vistit http://www.commonwealthlv.com/reservations


Rinzen (Mau5trap, Desert Hearts Black)

Rinzen is an electronic artist from Los Angeles seeking to build entire worlds with his music. Dedicated to the pursuit of wonder, Rinzen combines cinematic sound design with forward-thinking techno production to create something that is downright awe-inspiring.

Rinzen began in January of 2017. In the time since, he’s become a rising figure in the global electronic scene, with a slew of releases on deadmau5’s iconic mau5trap imprint. Meanwhile, his otherworldly club tracks have found their home on many of Europe’s most sought-after underground labels: everyone from Berlin’s Steyoyoke to London’s Chapter 24 Records.

Rinzen is perhaps best known for his concept EPs: a variety of innovative releases which find the producer crafting immersive, narrative-based worlds. His EPs have been lauded by everyone from Mixmag to Billboard, with the latter hailing his debut concept EP, Forbidden City, as “a sonic exploration of human depth.”

As a performer, Rinzen looks to curate a cinematic journey with every set. His captivating approach to DJing has thus far taken him to many of the world’s most coveted stages: everywhere from London’s legendary Printworks to Fabrik in Madrid.

In 2019, Rinzen has been hand-selected by Mixmag to be part of Magnified: a new initiative highlighting up-and-coming electronic artists around the world. With his Ultra Music Festival debut behind him and performances at Desert Hearts Festival, EDC and Creamfields on the horizon, Rinzen’s expansive vision for his music is only just beginning to unfold.