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Life and Death x Sónar Comes to NYC’s Avant Gardner

Life and Death x Sónar is coming to New York's Avant Gardner for an audio visual takeover this Friday, February 8th.

 

The night will take advantage of the entire Avant Gardner compound with music and visuals in all three rooms: The Great Hall, The Kings Hall and Spiegeltent.

 

There will be DJ sets from Call Super, DJ Harvey, DJ Koze, DJ Tennis, Mor Elian, Moscoman and more. Plus special A/V sets from Byetone, Daedelus, Nonotak, Nosaj Thing, Sinjin Hawke, and Zora Jones.

Life and Death, the electronic music label founded in 2010 by DJ Tennis, stands at the forefront of contemporary, underground dance music. Releasing records varied in tone and texture, the label also purveys its ever evolving sound via their worldwide event showcases. Ranging from hillside outposts, overlooking Israel’s Dead Sea, to Spanish Colonial mansions, to hedonistic circuses in Amsterdam, the desire to challenge the status quo remains at the core of the Life and Death ethos.

 

Started in 1994, Sónar is renowned for its unique format and musical programming that showcases the latest trends in dance and electronic music as well as those artists pushing the limits of musical expression. Since 2002, Sónar has held events in 65 cities across the globe, and currently celebrates annual editions in Barcelona, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Reykjavik and Mexico City.

 

Along with lively art installations, music and bespoke designs, the venue is decked out in high-end lighting production and top of the line KV2 audio.
Lineup (in alphabetical order) below:
Byetone (Live A/V)
Call Super
Daedelus (Live A/V)
DJ Harvey
DJ Koze
DJ Tennis
Mor Elian
Moscoman
Nonotak (Live A/V)
Nosaj Thing (Live A/V)
Red Axes
Robag Wruhme
Sinjin Hawke (Live A/V)
Zora Jones (Live A/V)

 

February 8, 2019
140 Stewart Avenue
10pm-6am | 21+
Brooklyn, NY




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