Attention everyone, the dynamic duo known as Hotel Garuda is taking center stage this Thursday at Verboten, and it's definitely not one you want to miss. Along with playing unparalleled sets chock full of tropical house, smooth baby making beats, and spurts of hip hop, Chris and Aseem also happen to be two of the chillest homies around (praying hands emoji, looking through peace signs URL and IRL...you know). Better known as Manila Killa and Candle Weather, these two never fail to deliver a damn good time.
Hotel Garuda took the scene by storm not too long ago with their remixes of Lana Del Rey's Summertime Sadness and Corona's Rhythm of The Night (in collaboration with AOBeats); since then they have gone on to create edits of Cazette, Galantis, and even Kanye. Although they are considered relative newcomers, the pair has been playing all around the country and are set to perform at Northern Lights and EDC Vegas this year. In 2014 they were named one of the top 10 artists to watch by Ultra Records, and have coveted a slew of #1 spots on Hype Machine within months of their creation.
The only way to describe their style is the epitome of a feel good music; think Lazerdisk meets Thomas Jack with a dash of Cashmere Cat and a splash of holy sh*t what the hell is going on (in the best possible way). It's the type of jams you can enjoy poolside relaxing on some beers, or at a giant festival bellowing out with your friends. To put it simply, its pretty damn difficult to not dance and groove when they're in the mix. To get a taste of what you're in for, check out their recent Guest Mix for Too Future (trust me, it's MAJOR).
Also performing will be Sam Feldt (Spinnin' Records), whose style coincides perfectly with Hotel Garuda. The Dutch House producer mixes tropical, deep, and heavily jazz influenced tracks. He has remixed a huge repertoire of artists from Sander Van Doorn to Mumford & Sons; each edit just as smile-inducing and brightening as the last. Also featured on his SoundCloud is a massive playlist of specially curated mixtapes, any of which get the vibes going strong.
To get the full effect of these performers, make sure to hop by Verboten for some seriously tasty party vibes - you can be sure to expect copious amounts of good times, hip swaying beats, and random sexual saxophone solos (who doesn't love some of that, right?).
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