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Guy J at Koramangala Social

May 2, 2017

Social & AFE presents Guy J at Koramangala Social

About Guy J
On the path to becoming one of the premier artists of this electronic generation, Guy J has amassed a vast discography showcased within an eclectic list of world-renowned labels. His disregard for boundaries has catapulted his genre-diverse Lost & Found imprint into one of the most highly regarded brands in the underground. And Guy J live and studio mixes are beloved by house, trance and techno enthusiasts en masse.

Inspired by a simple desire to be a part of Tel Aviv’s flourishing club scene, famous for it’s wild enthusiasm and uninhibited atmosphere, Guy launched his music-writing career at the early age of 14. Voluntarily confined to his home studio—aptly named “The Cave” — Guy worked tirelessly to develop his skill set and still approaches each production as if it were his first.

From a dance floor perspective, Guy’s unearthly DJ mixes have helped propel his prominence globally. His Balance Presents Guy J compilation for Australia’s illustrious Balance Music series is a perfect example of what to expect when Guy is in the booth. It’s a hypnotic trek through the entire spectrum of house music, composed with an assortment of originals, remixes and edits for an exquisite experience. Guy has the freedom to melt together melodies from all genres thanks to his production prowess and masterful touch with Ableton’s revolutionary software. There are few as proficient in the art of progressive DJing as Guy J.

About Milano DeeJay
Milan(DJ Milano) based out of Bangalore, India has had a long and fruitful career spanning over a decade. Coming a long way from being known for pushing the envelopes of the progressive trance scene in Bangalore, back in early 2007-2008, making a swift transition to the groovier, atmospheric and deeper side of house music, his DJ sets meticulously spawn across diverging genres with influences from Ambient and downtempo, morphing into deeper tech driven grooves, consistently building and crafting a story of its own. His musical expression is intelligently structured to encompass a diverging tonal quality. Milano’s primary influence comes from the dance floor after being an avid club hopper and music enthusiast at an early age. He found himself inspired by the culture, and was eager to craft his own story via the medium.

This eventually led him to play at various clubs and homegrown festivals back in early 2007-2008, along with his residency at Pebble, one of Bangalore’s avant-garde venues, known for curating the best music events. This helped him develop an intimate relationship with the crowd. Milano shared the stage with some of the biggest international artists being a part of some of the most memorable gigs of the time (2010-2011).

It was late 2011 when Milano decided to take a three year long break from the music scene. To focus on honing his production skills, which in turn played a primary role in fine-tuning his sonic palette. Coming back to the scene in 2014 with more inspiration than ever to promote and promulgate quality local and international talents, which was the primary motivation for having founded and orchestrated his Deep Dictionary franchise.Milano is now active in the dance music scene playing at selected venues and festivals across India apart from managing and programming his brand Deep Dictionary.

Entry is free upto 10.30 PM (Rs. 500/- post 10.30)

Friday | 5th May 2017 | 7.30 PM

Venue:
Koramangala Social
118, 3rd Floor,
Koramangala Industrial Area,
7th Block, Above Bodycraft Spa,
Bengaluru 560095

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