On Saturday April 12, Dennis Ferrer is DJing Avalon Hollywood for what is to be a great night of house music. Ferrer has been a titanic figure-head of underground house and has lived and breathed it for over two decades. Supporting Ferrer is the young LA bred DJ/Producer, Delroy Edwards and Manchester's, Trus'me.
Read through Ferrer’s discography and its littered with hits; anthems that defined summers and sparked genre resurgences or movements within dance music. Ferrer is always out in front, whether channeling the retro-futurism of classic deep and vocal tinged house, or darker techno strains.
Incorporating '80s electro, acid, techno and of course dirty Detroit house influences, Delroy Edwards has caused a huge stir with his monstrous Boiler Room session and highly acclaimed ep 4-Club Use Only on L.I.E.S. Despite being a household name on the label, Edwards took yet another leap in his career by launching his own label, L.A. Club Resource. LACR saw it’s first release last October titled, Untitled EP, from none other than Edwards himself.
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Deeply rooted in music at an early age, Trus’me quickly learned to play many instruments procuring his love of music and ultimately creating a lavish crate of records. This Manchester mystro is in a league of his own, by owning the heavily popular label Prime Numbers, releasing two astounding albums Working Night$ and In The Red, and even getting a remix treatment from LCD Soundsystem.
Ferrer recently took some time to give us a list of five records (in no particular order) we might hear in his set this weekend. If these are a preview of what’s to come, we’re in for a treat this Saturday. You can purchase tickets on Wantickets.