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DANBURY, Conn. (TheStreet) -- On April 19, Danbury Connecticut became an epicenter for the seismic sounds of electronic dance music, or  EDM. The Verge Campus Tour 2014 headlined by the electronic duo, Krewella showcased their almost two-hour set with floor-rattle bass. 

A nearly 30-foot wide stage was set up in the O'Neill Center on the grounds of Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Conn. The small space allowed for the group's loud sound to resonate across campus. 

Click through to see highlights of the show. 

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Krewella, made of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf, were formed in 2007.  Their produced Kris "Rain Main" Trindl is accompanying the group on The Verge Campus Tour.

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Jahan Yousaf, 24, performed double duty of vocals and mixing of the groups bass-heavy tracks.

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Yasmine Yousaf, 23, began the set on vocals with a raucous opening of the group's single, Party Monster. She lent both vocal and mixing talent during the near two-hour set.

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Hailing from Chicago, the duo showed off their talent in a set highlighted by melodic vocals paired with the driving force of dub-step influenced tracks.

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Throughout the set, one of the highlights of the performance was the lighting and effects display put on by Max Chang. 

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The stage was draped in hues of deep purple and blue and paired with a mirrors to enhance the effects.

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Fans packed the WCSU O'neill Center and moved continuously at the group's beck and call in rhythmic unison.

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Enthusiasm of fans gave the whole campus a dance hall atmosphere.

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After almost two hours, the sisters completed the show with highlights from the debut album, Get Wet.

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They thanked their fans after a three-song encore ending with their hit single, We Go Down.

 -- Text and photos by Adam Leverone.