It was a beautiful, spring-like Saturday in New York City, and after soaking up the sun during the day, I was prepared to finish off the night with some beats, booze, and my new favorite music venue in the city, Slake. With the support of Darku J and resident DJ, Cameron Kush, Sound Remedy invaded the space for Technoir.
Darku J got the party started with his bouncy house beats, dropping some fresh sounds along with Brodinski, Gimme Back the Night and even The Chainsmokers, Selfie. Him and Cameron Kush played back to back, dropping some dirty Dubstep and winning my heart over one drop at a time.
Sound Remedy took the decks at 1:30 with the energy of a thousand suns. It was clear he came to party and give us the set of his life! Starting off, we got a little taste of trap, but when his recently remixed track, Moondust dropped, I knew this journey of sound had begun. From Dillon Francis, Bootleg Fireworks to Bassnectar, Do it Like This this guy's smooth transition between styles pleased everyone's musical palate. He left the audience in a trance by ending with his remix of Noosa, Walk on By.
Cameron Kush took the stage and blew my mind by dropping one of my favorite tracks currently on my iPod, and my good friend, Ryan Farber's remix of Talib Kweli Feat. Mary J Blige, I Try. And that was all I needed to end the night on such a great note! Until next time, Slake.
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