Beyond the multi-million dollar productions and bright lights is a sub-culture within the EDM community known as PLUR. Peace. Love. Unity. Respect. The mission statement seems simple but living it out is much more than kandi bracelets and neon-colored clothing. It’s a lifestyle. We caught up with the culture’s most famous figure, Lady Casa, for an in-depth journey into the world of PLUR. Check out the video!

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Photo courtesy: Instagram/@LadyCasa


Photo courtesy: Instagram/@LadyCasa


Photo courtesy: Instagram/@LadyCasa


Photo courtesy: Instagram/@LadyCasa

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