Last summer, I attended my first electronic music festival ever — Moonrise Festival at Pemlico Race Track in Baltimore, MD. I still remember leaving Porter Robinson’s set early because there was no way I was going to miss even a second of Party Favor closing out the Celestial Garden stage. He was the last artist to play the smallest stage of the festival, and he was up against three of the biggest names on the lineup: The Glitch Mob, Zeds Dead, and Above & Beyond. There had to be less than 400 people at his set, but it will stand out in my memory as one of the most energetic live performances I’ve ever seen. That fall, I made my way to Webster Hall to catch his co-headlining tour with Brillz, “Twonk di Nation” and was wowed once again.