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Thu 7.18
IN THE BAR

Long-time musical collaborators James Friedman and Max Pask bring their genre-crushing imprint Throne of Blood to life for a monthly series of freewheeling tunes. Expect deviant material spanning styles and sounds.

Start time: 8pm

nano mutek presents: akufen [all night long]

Public Records collaborates with Montreal’s MUTEK festival to present a rare extended dj set from hyper-detailed microhouse pioneer Akufen. Expect meticulous sampling sensibilities paired to flamboyant four-on-the-floor glitch funk for both highbrowed audiophiles and those who instinctively understand groove-ology. Sourced entirely from shortwave radio samples, his 2002 debut LP My Way was dubbed the 12th best album of the decade. On August 22 Akufen celebrates 20 years along with MUTEK presenting his new live material.

This event is free with RSVP.

Start time: 9pm

With support from the Québec Government Office in New York.

Fri 7.19
IN THE BAR

Shawn Dub is a seasoned DJ and collector with deep crates. Hailing from Long Beach, California, He moved to NYC a few years ago after a stint in the Bay Area where he was a vital member of the underground scene. Today he resides in Brooklyn, and is part of I Love Vinyl, a crew which includes other notorious diggers like Amir Abdullah , DJ Scribe,OP! & Jon Oliver.

Start time: 6pm

norm talley + james duncan

Public Records presents an extended set from Detroit icon Norm Talley. Norm is a silent musical warrior, born of West 6 Mile Detroit, with house and disco grooves his lifeblood, Norm pulls records as if from a cosmic tree, always right for the moment, always in light of the perfect groove. Let’s get deep. Opening the night, New Yorker, musician and trumpet player and label owner of Innermoods, James Duncan.

Start time: 10pm

Fri 7.19
IN THE BAR

C.Live connects the dots with music that spans all continents paying homage to the global groove that has influenced the aesthetic of Good Find Records a label he established with Aka Suga that focuses on reissuing eclectic obscurities

Start time: 8pm

Sat 7.20
IN THE BAR

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11th Space Mission Son of Lee, Cedar Sound Workshop (Dailysession Nyc) and Marmalade Marmalade sonically celebrate exploration, space and a proper New York Summer. Designer House of jpeg shares her new line of flight suits & beautiful statement jackets. PR’s secret screening room will house a projection of the NASA moon landing feed, all six hours of it. Expect the unexpected!

Start time: 7pm

Sat 7.20
IN THE BAR

Soilpimp is known for his esoteric and often obscure records. Please join us for an afternoon of defiant and deeply spiritual jazz curated from his personal collection.

Start time: 3pm

savile + acemo

Public Records presents a night curated and performed by Gianpaolo Dieli, known better as Savile. Michigan Native, label partner at Argot, Savile wants you to move, to ponder as an act of creation, connection and conglomeration. His music is a body in flux, resisting commodification while grooving to the inimitable beat of change. He is joined by rising artist and Half Moon Radio regular, AceMo.

This event is free before midnight with RSVP, $15 at the door after 12am.

Start time: 10pm

queen majesty presents summer reggae sundays
Sun 7.21
IN THE BAR

Queen Majesty has been collecting and selecting Reggae records for over two decades and continues to promote positive Jamaican music in Brooklyn and beyond. This Sunday she hosts JD aka JDeBeck, Moneydisc and Ladyr Rumi.

Start time: 4pm

mary lattimore [live] + joe denardo + abandon

You’ve got an experimental Los Angeles harpist, Mary Lattimore and Joe Denardo. Opening for them is Abandon.

Start time: 8pm

jackie house [of honey soundsystem]

Jackie House, a founding member of Honey Soundsystem is an artist with many masks, deep crates, and an effortless passion for crossing genres with an adventurous flare. Public Records invites him for an all night long affair. This is the house that Jackie built.

Start time: 10pm

718 sessions

Music by Danny Krivit.

In the The Bar….celebrating his birthday…MKL.

Start time: 6pm

Presented by Benny Soto.

ears open: steph richards
Wed 7.31

A trumpeter whose “skillset explodes every category” (Nate Chinen/WBGO) Steph Richards has recorded with pioneering artists ranging from Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton and John Zorn to David Byrne, St. Vincent and Yoko Ono. Described as “boldly inventive” (NYT), “spellbinding” (NPR) and “an avant-jazz force to be reckoned with” (Brooklyn Rail) Steph Richards recently released two solo records (Relative Pitch Records, Birdwatcher Records) spanning electronic experimentalism to avant-jazz with both receiving critical acclaim.

Her latest project features a lineup of brilliant powerhouse players including Joshua White (piano), Stomu Takeishi (bass) and Gerald Cleaver (drums). This special concert marks the premiere of her intrepid group, complete with fresh premiere compositions. Richards is a Yamaha artist.

Start time: 9pm

This show is free, 2 drink minimum.

After three years of unfaltering international critical acclaim This Is Not This Heat brings to rest what many critics and audiences alike have called one of the best live bands you’ll ever see.

The night after their final set in New York, Public Records will host a tour-closing party with both This Heat’s Charles Hayward and Charles Bullen.

Charles Hayward presents a power duo/trio with bassist and New York stalwart Tim Dahl, joined in a second set by This Is Not This Heat core member Alex Ward on amplified clarinet and electric guitar. Support from DJ Nick Name (WFMU and care in the community recordings).

After the live music, Charles Bullen takes over the Sound Room with a DJ set that reflects a lifetime of broad genre-free listening since his time in This Heat, his solo project Lifetones and as a reggae engineer and producer in South London through to the present day.

Start time: 7pm

let's play house + tropical hangover

Tropical Hangover and Let’s Play House team up to present Eddie C and Philip Budny along with NYC’s Justin Miller and Jacques Renault to take over both rooms all night long.

Start time: 10pm

scissor and thread [all day/all night]

Co-owner/operator Francis Harris brings his label showcase to Public Records for an all day/night affair, beginning with Ambient Cafe featuring the NY debut live performance by Nadia Khan followed at night with live performances by Black Light Smoke and Alex Albrecht and an opening and closing set by Francis himself.

Start time: 2pm

octo octa presents love hypnosis

Love Hypnosis is a six-hour message based around the themes of love and body that are so integral to what makes house music powerful. Come feel it with Octo Octa all-night long.

Love Hypnosis

An Extended Message About Love and Body

“I feel the love in my hand

I feel the love in my heart

I said heeeeey

Can you hear me?

I’ve got something to tell you that I’ve had to say today

You and I make up this nature in every way

Some love, some love is what I see

What I see is what we need in this world so desperately

Join hands.”

‘Join Hands’ – Taravhonty

Start time: 10pm

mystic bill [ all night long ]

Bill Torres aka Mystic Bill is one of the most influential Chicago House DJs that has retained his underground credentials for over three decades. Part of the Trax Records roster, he produced and released tracks both under his own name and also as a ghost producer for others. Public Records invites you to a special all night long affair from a master of the craft. Rare vinyl grooves of all genres from beginning to end.

Start time: 10pm

leo leal + amelia holt

Public Records is happy to announce a new international resident, Leo Leal for his first performance in the Sound Room. Hailing from Mexico, Leo, a DJ, producer, and label owner has been producing and performing a refined strain of house and techno for well over a decade now. His label, Unike Muzik, has released records from Markus Homm, Carlos Sanchez, Figueroa & Obando, Alex Celler, Chris Carrier, Terrence Terry, and DJ W!LD. Outside of his own label, Leal’s music has landed on, among others, Musik Gewinnt Freunde, Riff Raff, Colludo, Tenampa Recordings, and, most recently, Akbal Music. Joining him is Mexican born, Brooklyn based DJ and Movedizo founder, Amelia Holt.

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

Start time: 10pm

huerco s [all night long]

West Mineral Ltd. owner, producer, and dj, Huerco S brings his hazy, ambient, and eclectic grooves for a rare DJ set to Public Record’s Sound Room all night long. Fresh off the release of his collaboration album “Ghostride the Drift” with uon and Exael, expect inimitable, psychedelic sonic pathways as he takes the helm for a six-hour set.

Start time: 9pm

This event is free before 10 with RSVP, $15 at doors

hieroglyphic being [live pa] + kalawila

Hieroglyphic Being is a singular electronic artist at the intersection of Chicago’s original Acid House + Afrofuturism, avant-jazz, EBM, and international soundscapes. He calls his music “rhythmic cubism/synth expressionism”. His experimental sound taps into the cosmic musical lineage of Sun Ra. Expect the intergalactic from this 4 hour live set. Supporting him is Mountain Explosion Device label owner, Kalawila.

Start time: 9pm

Co-presented by Outer Ear Projects

ccl + flora fm

CCL continues their residency at Public Records with another night of otherworldly dubby beats, breaks and weirdo jams from outer space. Joining CCL is Flora FM, a project from Taylor Hawkins rooted in strong and emotive melodies, lush ambiance, and playful rhythms. His work draws from dusty rave records, the lush greenery of the Pacific Northwest, and the quick-mix DJ styles of the Midwest.

Start time: 10pm

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

jan jelinek [live] + patricia [ghostly]

Jelinek’s works deal with the transformation of sounds, translating source materials from popular music into abstract, reduced textures. He constructs collages using tiny sound fragments from a wide variety of recording devices: tape recorders, digital samplers, media players and the like. The recordings are processed into repetitive loops that boil the original down to its essentials. On August 27th, Public Records invites you to a special intimate live performance in the Sound Room, as the master of Loop Finding Jazz brings his unmistakable compositions to Brooklyn for a one of a kind performance. Joining him is modular virtuoso and Ghostly International Artist, Patricia.

Start time: 7:30pm

djrum + blazer soundsystem

Felix Manuel, also known as Djrum, has built a hideout for himself among these spaces. He may have attracted less media attention in the past than some of his contemporaries, but his output over the past five or six years has been consistently meticulous. A connoisseur of (among other things) jungle, techno, ambient and footwork, he’d be a proficient enough producer if he just stuck to one of these genres. Instead, he takes in elements from all these sources and composes tracks that adhere to their own unique internal logic. Join us at Public Records for a rare stateside vinyl set by one of the modern masters of his craft. Warming up the room are the insanely talented record wizards, Blazer Soundsystem. Better tighten up the screws, we’re in for some serious vibrations.

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

Start time: 9pm

jason kendig [of honey soundsystem]

Jason Kendig came of age in Detroit, and first sharpened his DJ skills in the city’s club scene during the late ’90s and early ’00s, frequently spinning in both straight and gay clubs. Still, it was only after coming west, settling in San Francisco, and linking up with Honey Soundsystem that he truly found his artistic voice. His knowledge base runs deep, allowing his sets to glide effortlessly between house, techno, and disco. There may be a classic bent to his selections, but he’s no stodgy traditionalist. He’s as adventurous behind the decks as they come and Public Records is proud to invite him for a rare solo all night long set.

Start time: 10pm

ramzi & friends: dj fati [ramzi] + nap + stephen [total stasis]

Public Records is proud to announce a new residency and curation by Montreal’s Phoebé Guillemot, who plays records as DJ FATi and is an album specialist as RAMZi. Her fifth full length, Pèze-Piton, was another beautifully unusual mix of tropical house, dub, future jazz and experimental grooves that are impossibly loose and inescapably infectious. Releasing on labels like Mood Hut, 1080p, Rvng Into. and her own Fati Records, her leftfield sounds feel at once completely alien yet also wholly organic and earthy. They are jumbled collages of trippy vocal sounds, squelchy synths and tumbling drums that real new details with each listen. Joining on her first trip at Public Records are NAP–the alias of Colombian-born Daniel R, founder of Isla records, half of Ambien Baby–presents an eclectic array of experimental, electronics and from Los Angeles, Stephen of Total Stasis.

Start time: 10pm

Lingua Ignota, calls her hybrids of folk, spiritual, industrial and metal music “survivor anthems”. Lingua has always taken a radical, unflinching approach to themes of violence and vengeance, and builds on the transformation of the survivor at the core of this narrative.

Start time: 7pm

Thu 7.18
IN THE BAR

Long-time musical collaborators James Friedman and Max Pask bring their genre-crushing imprint Throne of Blood to life for a monthly series of freewheeling tunes. Expect deviant material spanning styles and sounds.

Start time: 8pm

nano mutek presents: akufen [all night long]

Public Records collaborates with Montreal’s MUTEK festival to present a rare extended dj set from hyper-detailed microhouse pioneer Akufen. Expect meticulous sampling sensibilities paired to flamboyant four-on-the-floor glitch funk for both highbrowed audiophiles and those who instinctively understand groove-ology. Sourced entirely from shortwave radio samples, his 2002 debut LP My Way was dubbed the 12th best album of the decade. On August 22 Akufen celebrates 20 years along with MUTEK presenting his new live material.

This event is free with RSVP.

Start time: 9pm

With support from the Québec Government Office in New York.

Fri 7.19
IN THE BAR

Shawn Dub is a seasoned DJ and collector with deep crates. Hailing from Long Beach, California, He moved to NYC a few years ago after a stint in the Bay Area where he was a vital member of the underground scene. Today he resides in Brooklyn, and is part of I Love Vinyl, a crew which includes other notorious diggers like Amir Abdullah , DJ Scribe,OP! & Jon Oliver.

Start time: 6pm

norm talley + james duncan

Public Records presents an extended set from Detroit icon Norm Talley. Norm is a silent musical warrior, born of West 6 Mile Detroit, with house and disco grooves his lifeblood, Norm pulls records as if from a cosmic tree, always right for the moment, always in light of the perfect groove. Let’s get deep. Opening the night, New Yorker, musician and trumpet player and label owner of Innermoods, James Duncan.

Start time: 10pm

Fri 7.19
IN THE BAR

C.Live connects the dots with music that spans all continents paying homage to the global groove that has influenced the aesthetic of Good Find Records a label he established with Aka Suga that focuses on reissuing eclectic obscurities

Start time: 8pm

Sat 7.20
IN THE BAR

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11th Space Mission Son of Lee, Cedar Sound Workshop (Dailysession Nyc) and Marmalade Marmalade sonically celebrate exploration, space and a proper New York Summer. Designer House of jpeg shares her new line of flight suits & beautiful statement jackets. PR’s secret screening room will house a projection of the NASA moon landing feed, all six hours of it. Expect the unexpected!

Start time: 7pm

Sat 7.20
IN THE BAR

Soilpimp is known for his esoteric and often obscure records. Please join us for an afternoon of defiant and deeply spiritual jazz curated from his personal collection.

Start time: 3pm

savile + acemo

Public Records presents a night curated and performed by Gianpaolo Dieli, known better as Savile. Michigan Native, label partner at Argot, Savile wants you to move, to ponder as an act of creation, connection and conglomeration. His music is a body in flux, resisting commodification while grooving to the inimitable beat of change. He is joined by rising artist and Half Moon Radio regular, AceMo.

This event is free before midnight with RSVP, $15 at the door after 12am.

Start time: 10pm

queen majesty presents summer reggae sundays
Sun 7.21
IN THE BAR

Queen Majesty has been collecting and selecting Reggae records for over two decades and continues to promote positive Jamaican music in Brooklyn and beyond. This Sunday she hosts JD aka JDeBeck, Moneydisc and Ladyr Rumi.

Start time: 4pm

mary lattimore [live] + joe denardo + abandon

You’ve got an experimental Los Angeles harpist, Mary Lattimore and Joe Denardo. Opening for them is Abandon.

Start time: 8pm

jackie house [of honey soundsystem]

Jackie House, a founding member of Honey Soundsystem is an artist with many masks, deep crates, and an effortless passion for crossing genres with an adventurous flare. Public Records invites him for an all night long affair. This is the house that Jackie built.

Start time: 10pm

718 sessions

Music by Danny Krivit.

In the The Bar….celebrating his birthday…MKL.

Start time: 6pm

Presented by Benny Soto.

ears open: steph richards
Wed 7.31

A trumpeter whose “skillset explodes every category” (Nate Chinen/WBGO) Steph Richards has recorded with pioneering artists ranging from Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton and John Zorn to David Byrne, St. Vincent and Yoko Ono. Described as “boldly inventive” (NYT), “spellbinding” (NPR) and “an avant-jazz force to be reckoned with” (Brooklyn Rail) Steph Richards recently released two solo records (Relative Pitch Records, Birdwatcher Records) spanning electronic experimentalism to avant-jazz with both receiving critical acclaim.

Her latest project features a lineup of brilliant powerhouse players including Joshua White (piano), Stomu Takeishi (bass) and Gerald Cleaver (drums). This special concert marks the premiere of her intrepid group, complete with fresh premiere compositions. Richards is a Yamaha artist.

Start time: 9pm

This show is free, 2 drink minimum.

After three years of unfaltering international critical acclaim This Is Not This Heat brings to rest what many critics and audiences alike have called one of the best live bands you’ll ever see.

The night after their final set in New York, Public Records will host a tour-closing party with both This Heat’s Charles Hayward and Charles Bullen.

Charles Hayward presents a power duo/trio with bassist and New York stalwart Tim Dahl, joined in a second set by This Is Not This Heat core member Alex Ward on amplified clarinet and electric guitar. Support from DJ Nick Name (WFMU and care in the community recordings).

After the live music, Charles Bullen takes over the Sound Room with a DJ set that reflects a lifetime of broad genre-free listening since his time in This Heat, his solo project Lifetones and as a reggae engineer and producer in South London through to the present day.

Start time: 7pm

let's play house + tropical hangover

Tropical Hangover and Let’s Play House team up to present Eddie C and Philip Budny along with NYC’s Justin Miller and Jacques Renault to take over both rooms all night long.

Start time: 10pm

scissor and thread [all day/all night]

Co-owner/operator Francis Harris brings his label showcase to Public Records for an all day/night affair, beginning with Ambient Cafe featuring the NY debut live performance by Nadia Khan followed at night with live performances by Black Light Smoke and Alex Albrecht and an opening and closing set by Francis himself.

Start time: 2pm

octo octa presents love hypnosis

Love Hypnosis is a six-hour message based around the themes of love and body that are so integral to what makes house music powerful. Come feel it with Octo Octa all-night long.

Love Hypnosis

An Extended Message About Love and Body

“I feel the love in my hand

I feel the love in my heart

I said heeeeey

Can you hear me?

I’ve got something to tell you that I’ve had to say today

You and I make up this nature in every way

Some love, some love is what I see

What I see is what we need in this world so desperately

Join hands.”

‘Join Hands’ – Taravhonty

Start time: 10pm

mystic bill [ all night long ]

Bill Torres aka Mystic Bill is one of the most influential Chicago House DJs that has retained his underground credentials for over three decades. Part of the Trax Records roster, he produced and released tracks both under his own name and also as a ghost producer for others. Public Records invites you to a special all night long affair from a master of the craft. Rare vinyl grooves of all genres from beginning to end.

Start time: 10pm

leo leal + amelia holt

Public Records is happy to announce a new international resident, Leo Leal for his first performance in the Sound Room. Hailing from Mexico, Leo, a DJ, producer, and label owner has been producing and performing a refined strain of house and techno for well over a decade now. His label, Unike Muzik, has released records from Markus Homm, Carlos Sanchez, Figueroa & Obando, Alex Celler, Chris Carrier, Terrence Terry, and DJ W!LD. Outside of his own label, Leal’s music has landed on, among others, Musik Gewinnt Freunde, Riff Raff, Colludo, Tenampa Recordings, and, most recently, Akbal Music. Joining him is Mexican born, Brooklyn based DJ and Movedizo founder, Amelia Holt.

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

Start time: 10pm

huerco s [all night long]

West Mineral Ltd. owner, producer, and dj, Huerco S brings his hazy, ambient, and eclectic grooves for a rare DJ set to Public Record’s Sound Room all night long. Fresh off the release of his collaboration album “Ghostride the Drift” with uon and Exael, expect inimitable, psychedelic sonic pathways as he takes the helm for a six-hour set.

Start time: 9pm

This event is free before 10 with RSVP, $15 at doors

hieroglyphic being [live pa] + kalawila

Hieroglyphic Being is a singular electronic artist at the intersection of Chicago’s original Acid House + Afrofuturism, avant-jazz, EBM, and international soundscapes. He calls his music “rhythmic cubism/synth expressionism”. His experimental sound taps into the cosmic musical lineage of Sun Ra. Expect the intergalactic from this 4 hour live set. Supporting him is Mountain Explosion Device label owner, Kalawila.

Start time: 9pm

Co-presented by Outer Ear Projects

ccl + flora fm

CCL continues their residency at Public Records with another night of otherworldly dubby beats, breaks and weirdo jams from outer space. Joining CCL is Flora FM, a project from Taylor Hawkins rooted in strong and emotive melodies, lush ambiance, and playful rhythms. His work draws from dusty rave records, the lush greenery of the Pacific Northwest, and the quick-mix DJ styles of the Midwest.

Start time: 10pm

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

jan jelinek [live] + patricia [ghostly]

Jelinek’s works deal with the transformation of sounds, translating source materials from popular music into abstract, reduced textures. He constructs collages using tiny sound fragments from a wide variety of recording devices: tape recorders, digital samplers, media players and the like. The recordings are processed into repetitive loops that boil the original down to its essentials. On August 27th, Public Records invites you to a special intimate live performance in the Sound Room, as the master of Loop Finding Jazz brings his unmistakable compositions to Brooklyn for a one of a kind performance. Joining him is modular virtuoso and Ghostly International Artist, Patricia.

Start time: 7:30pm

djrum + blazer soundsystem

Felix Manuel, also known as Djrum, has built a hideout for himself among these spaces. He may have attracted less media attention in the past than some of his contemporaries, but his output over the past five or six years has been consistently meticulous. A connoisseur of (among other things) jungle, techno, ambient and footwork, he’d be a proficient enough producer if he just stuck to one of these genres. Instead, he takes in elements from all these sources and composes tracks that adhere to their own unique internal logic. Join us at Public Records for a rare stateside vinyl set by one of the modern masters of his craft. Warming up the room are the insanely talented record wizards, Blazer Soundsystem. Better tighten up the screws, we’re in for some serious vibrations.

This event is free before 11 with RSVP, $15 at doors

Start time: 9pm

jason kendig [of honey soundsystem]

Jason Kendig came of age in Detroit, and first sharpened his DJ skills in the city’s club scene during the late ’90s and early ’00s, frequently spinning in both straight and gay clubs. Still, it was only after coming west, settling in San Francisco, and linking up with Honey Soundsystem that he truly found his artistic voice. His knowledge base runs deep, allowing his sets to glide effortlessly between house, techno, and disco. There may be a classic bent to his selections, but he’s no stodgy traditionalist. He’s as adventurous behind the decks as they come and Public Records is proud to invite him for a rare solo all night long set.

Start time: 10pm

ramzi & friends: dj fati [ramzi] + nap + stephen [total stasis]

Public Records is proud to announce a new residency and curation by Montreal’s Phoebé Guillemot, who plays records as DJ FATi and is an album specialist as RAMZi. Her fifth full length, Pèze-Piton, was another beautifully unusual mix of tropical house, dub, future jazz and experimental grooves that are impossibly loose and inescapably infectious. Releasing on labels like Mood Hut, 1080p, Rvng Into. and her own Fati Records, her leftfield sounds feel at once completely alien yet also wholly organic and earthy. They are jumbled collages of trippy vocal sounds, squelchy synths and tumbling drums that real new details with each listen. Joining on her first trip at Public Records are NAP–the alias of Colombian-born Daniel R, founder of Isla records, half of Ambien Baby–presents an eclectic array of experimental, electronics and from Los Angeles, Stephen of Total Stasis.

Start time: 10pm

Lingua Ignota, calls her hybrids of folk, spiritual, industrial and metal music “survivor anthems”. Lingua has always taken a radical, unflinching approach to themes of violence and vengeance, and builds on the transformation of the survivor at the core of this narrative.

Start time: 7pm

archive

ryan elliott
patrice scott
jenifa mayanja + nikki [ shaker mountain ]
king britt
david morales [red zone session]
iron curtis + map.ache
fokus presents: skulptor + dee diggs + heidi sabertooth
seb wildblood
rick wilhite + nathaniel jay
augusto olivani + renata do valle
ge-ology
ash lauryn + stefan ringer
ex-terrestrial
ron trent & friends
brawther
mark ernestus [ rhythm + sound ] + rb of dk records
juju and jordash + francis harris
dj qu + joey anderson
amir abdullah + trus'me
call super + ccl
jlin [ live set ]
fett burger
kyle hall + jitwam
shawn dub + monchan + butter
lawrence + carsten jost [ dial residency ]
love injection + cedric woo
tropical hangover pres: hugo capablanca
queen majesty presents: edan & akalepse
prince language + ivan berko
hidden spheres
rich medina + zernell
martin rev + vj divine enfant + nick klein + plastic ivy
jovonn + kai alce + michael scott
mood hut with liam butler + neo image + c.z.wang
tom of england pres: away day
music from memory's jamie tiller + jonny nash
semi-frontiers pres: blazer sound system
fit siegel + frank + aakmael
tropical hangover pres: skyrager with justin miller
rafael anton irissari
Pacific Rhythm with DJ D.Dee
Ge-ology
Mechanical + Heathered Pearls
Maayan Nidam
Optimo
Dave Grubbs + Oren Ambarchi