VISUALS BY VJDK
& SUPPORT FROM DANCE TIL YOU’RE DEAD
:: CEDAA ::
Twenty-year-old Simon Ho grew up in a musical household. Dad used to build guitars, his sister was an R&B fanatic, and Ho himself played drums in the school marching band. That love of percussion led his father to buy him a copy of Reason 2.5—which Ho still uses to make tunes—and when combined with his discovery of juke a few years back, Cedaa’s production style was born. Both his “Tiffany” b/w “Simba” single on Car Crash Set and Old Growth EP on Dave Quam’s Free Bass offer a melodic, synth-infused take on Windy City sounds.
:: DUBBEL DUTCH ::
After relocating to Austin, TX via New York, DJ / Producer Dubbel Dutch (a.k.a. Marc Glasser) burst onto the scene with a slew of remixes and original tracks guided by Brooklyn/Copenhagen-based Palms Out Sounds blog and label. His sophomore release “Throwback” made serious waves in 2010 recieving praise and plays from Bok Bok, L- Vis 1990, Sinden, Brodinski, Jamie XX and so many more underground dance scene leaders. A self-proclaimed “internet-digger” Dubbel’s digital crates are full of obscure records from around the globe, as well as his own productions, re-edits, and of course, exclusive material from like-minded collaborators. Both his DJ sets and tracks pull inspiration from a panoply of collective global styles including but not limited to: UK House and Grime, US Club Music, Dancehall / Soca, South African House, Kuduro, Bubbling, and Rap/RnB.
:: WABI SABI ::
Wabi Sabi – The beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete”
The Wabi Sabi Collective is made up of a group of people who have the common interests of pursuing dreams, making people happy through sharing quality sound vibrations, and resurrecting mankind’s tribal instincts to dance.
:: ROCO ROYO ::
:: DJ CEZ ::
:: LEGIT ::
:: AARON WOLFE ::
:: CHAMILLEON ::