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Event Spotlight: Brite Nites at Webster Hall With Myon & Shane 54 and Posso

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Event Spotlight: Brite Nites at Webster Hall With Myon & Shane 54 and Posso

Event Spotlight: Brite Nites at Webster Hall With Myon & Shane 54 and Posso

Well it’s one of the last Saturday nights in 2014 and Webster Hall is finishing up strong with its Brite Nite Saturday parties. This weekend you are treated to the epic House sounds of Hungary’s Myon & Shane 54 along with our hometown girls Posso. (fyi Magnetic is based in LA, but we love you NYC).

Webster Hall also just placed in the top ten for Magnetic’s Best of 2014

So check out their music below, get excited and get some tickets here.

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Myan & Shane BIO:
Myon & Shane 54 are one of the brightest stars of the so-called new generation of dance music producer / DJs. Coming from Hungary, the duo have achieved serious success in the international dance music scene; an achievement no artist had done before from their home country. In less than 2 years after they started making music together, the pair were voted into DJMag’s Top 100 DJs at #91. They’ve been producing for the biggest names in the trance scene, are a constant fixture in their record boxes, and the combined sales of everything they’ve done way exceeds the million mark.

Their story started in 2008 when Myon & Shane 54 decided to join forces. By the end of the first year of their existence, they were already household names of the scene with a notable amount of releases and a couple of Beatport number ones behind them.
2009 saw them playing their first big, international event, their ASOT 400 opening set was listened live by millions of trance fans all around the world.
They started their radio show and podcast, International Departures right after the party. The episodes quickly became very popular, partly thanks to the unique approach of shameless mashing up, something of a trademark that has become synonymous with the Hungarian duo. Their extensive tour diary serves the backbone to the International Departures TV Show, a first person view on the life of traveling DJs.

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