No.19 Music Social Experiment Takeover

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Date(s) - 06/27/2014
10:00 PM



Doors at 10 PM | 21 +
Tickets available via Ticketfly and Resident Advisor

In celebration of No. 19 Music’s 5 Year Anniversary, the label will host a special Social Experiment takeover this upcoming weekend at Output (Brooklyn) on Friday, June 27 and their very own No.19 Music Stage at Digital Dreams Festival (Toronto) on Sunday, June 29. Output will see Art Department and co-label owner Nitin on the decks, meanwhile their Digital Dreams Festival stage has a stacked line-up featuring Art Department, Tel Aviv born Guy Gerber, underground legend Green Velvet, house pioneer DJ Sneak, Berlin-based Eric Volta, famed Toronto trio My Favorite Robot and Nitin himself.

No.19 Music’s forthcoming release comes from hotly tipped Mexican DJ/producer resident Louie Fresco, who burst onto the scene a little over two years ago with his debut single “So Good” [No.19 Music] quickly creating an instant buzz around this up-and-coming new producer. Now, Fresco is set to launch his debut LP entitled ‘Autophobia’ onJuly 7th. “Built around ten original recordings, it’s an expansive LP that draws on a myriad of musical themes and threads, weaving them into the captivating audio tapestry that is ‘Autophobia,’” says Inhale. “This is an accomplished and revealing debut album from an artist who is rapidly becoming a central figure in electronic music and provides one of the best hours of music you are likely to hear this year.”

The label’s ‘5 Years of No. 19 Music’ compilation (now available for purchase via Beatport) was met with critical acclaim and dubbed as Mixmag’s May ‘Compilation of the Month’ with tracks by Art Department, Louie Fresco,Nitin, Aquarius Heaven, Oskar Offermann, Maher Daniel, Jakkin Rabbit, Clayton Steele, Lauren Lane, John Lee and Jade. “No. 19 has achieved more than most in its five-year existence. Most imprints would kill to have a back catalogue as strong as No. 19. It’s produced forward thinking electronic house that has carved out its own niche within the saturated house market,” Mixmag says.

As No. 19 Music continues to carve its own unique path through the underground after making stops in cities and festivals worldwide including The BPM Festival, Moog Festival, Sonar Festival, Digital Dreams Festival and DC10. Join the label this weekend as they celebrate five years of discerning, quality music in Brooklyn and Toronto.