Porter Robinson has consistently showed us that he is an absolute mad man behind the decks. When Porter plays a DJ set, you really never know what you're going to hear. In 2013, he took fans in Miami on a journey through practically every genre in dance music at Ultra Music Festival. Playing trance, house, hardstyle, dubstep, trap, future bass, and so much more in that set, it went viral in the weeks after the festival and those who had not had the chance to see Porter in person now understood what kind of experience it was.
With the massive hit that was Porter's album Worlds, fans got a look inside Porter's mind like they never had before. With heavy anime influences, the album featured classics sounds from Asia, specifically Japanese and Korean pop music. Accompanied with his new live tour performance, Porter had been skyrocketed to a new level of fame in the dance community, and Worlds was considered to be one of the best EDM albums of all time.
A set that Porter played in May of last year has been circulating online from what seems to be an extremely small club in Japan. The set features many of Porter's originals from the album and a heavy dose of the genre Happy Hardcore. While the community in the United States is small, the Happy Hardcore community in Asia is massive, and Japan seems to embrace it the most of all the Asian countries. This set is short at only 30 minutes, but it's a wild one and we think any fan of Porter would love it. Check out the set below as we wait patiently for what Porter has in store for us next.