Check out two great shows from Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival at Good Room this weekend!
George FitzGerald headlines the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival this Friday. The London-born, Berlin-based house producer has been making waves since 2010 and his debut record Fading Love was released this year to critical acclaim. Released in April this year, recorded and produced both in London and George's adopted home, Berlin, his debut was a necessary step forward in his career. The composition of the album began in an Ibiza studio rented on a whim between DJ gigs in summer 2013.
It was here that George's increasing feelings of alienation towards the excesses and one-dimensional records so pervasive in dance music, began to crystallize. Indeed, the title of the album, Fading Love, documents not only the disintegration of a romantic relationship, but also Fitzgerald's dwindling enthusiasm for music that so blindly ignored the more complicated realities of his own life. His groovy style of tech-house can guarantee none top movement on the dancefloor. A sensual and eclectic night awaits for those who attend!
He'll be joined by JDH & Dave P, who have recently released a mix on Good Room’s Soundcloud. Their sound can only be thought of as the birth child of dance and deep techno, with a dash of sexy.
Moscoman and Facets will be bringing some serious dark synth grooves in the Bad Room all night as well.
Voices From The Lake headline The Bunker's BEMF party this Saturday night. The Italian duo of Donato Dozzy and Neel explore ambient techno through their live set - a fully immersive experience with textured beats and carefully crafted rhythms that have a hypnotic effect. A night set for some serious ambient techno.
With, support of Patrick Russell and his interstellar tracks that deepen the ambience. Also, Mike Simonetti in the Bad Room, all night!