Have something planned in NYC this Friday night? Cancel it. Jauz is making his NYC debut at Webster Hall and you’ll have a life threatening case of fomo if you choose to skip it.
This time last year, Whiiite released his annual Halloween remix album, although it was as amazing as usual there was one track that really stood out by this unknown artist named Jauz. His take on the bone chilling “Jaw’s Theme,” brought the classic back to relevancy and caught the attention of everyone. It’s hard to imagine that it only took him a year to become one of the biggest up and coming DJs in years, but with constant touring and dropping insane tracks, the title is certainly well deserved. Not only does he put on a hell of a set (from what I’ve seen and heard on the interwebs), but his struggle story and achieving his goals has resonated with both fans and admiring basement producers alike. Having played most of the major US festivals including Hard Summer, Ultra and more, he definitely knows how to make a crowd go bonkers.
His performance will be supported by OWSLA artist Aryay, who’s also been making serious moves this year. Ever since his track, “Lawnmower” blew up he’s been keeping up with his hype by releasing his first EP Viscious via OWSLA, which has been well received. In addition to Friday’s show, he’s also one of the supporting acts on Anna Lunoe’s heavily anticipated Hyper House tour, but unfortunately the Webster Hall stop is one of his black out dates, so make sure you check him out this weekend!
In the spirit of every great Girls + Boys party you can rely on Alex English, Hiyawatha and Dali to serve as some of the best resident DJs in NYC that will make sure that the party starts off correctly and that there are plenty of turn ups even after the headliner.
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