It is easy to dismiss EDM producers and DJs as live entertainment performers. Most of their music is prerecorded. Even tracks originally produced were likely crafted on the artist's laptop. These qualities turn many fans away from seeing these artists live, but with his genuine smile on display along with the obvious passion he has for his work, Philadelphia producer Louis Futon showed just how captivating EDM performances can be Friday night at the WOW Hall in Eugene, Oregon. Highlighted by the original single Wasted on You, featuring vocalist Rozes, whose popularity blossomed after collaborating with The Chainsmokers on one of the hottest electronic tracks of the year, and a remix of Australian group Rufus Du Sol's You Were Right, Futon kept the audience engaged and dancing throughout his set. He broke up the monotony of soundboard mixing by drumming along with his beats and stepping away from the controls to engage with the crowd. The enthusiasm he has for his art and his dedication to giving his fans the type of show they will pay to see again, was evident in every track. As more artists turn to electronic music production, the need to keep crowd attention will become imperative. Producers like Louis Futon have revealed the necessary steps and only time will tell whether the rest of the pack will follow suit.