Weekly Selections: Project Pablo in LA, Maher Daniel at Dialogue, BLACK NYC
Our top weekly event picks from around the globe.
This Friday, veteran West Coast promoter Lights Down Low will return to Downtown Los Angeles for a proper warehouse shindig. Lo-fi house expert Mall Grab was initially set to play the party for his LA debut, but due to visa issues his performance has been postponed. Instead, organizers have locked in Montreal-based deep house producer Project Pablo for an extended set; the second appearance at LDL for the SOBO label boss. Zernell of Crate Diggers, Made to Play contributor Mike B, and Lights Down Low’s own Corey Sizemore are set for opening duties. More information and tickets can be found here.
Dialogue will also return on Friday night following the success of their last event with XLR8R podcast contributors M.A.N.D.Y. This weekend’s party will feature the San Francisco born All Day I Dream artist Maher Daniel, who has also released on the Barcelona minimal label The Other Side. Dialogue’s own MD are on warm up duties. Click here for more information and tickets.
NYC-based event production house MATTE Projects will touch down in Brooklyn on Saturday evening with their BLACK concept, a cutting-edge electronic music event that, according to organizers, will “unify music, design, and contemporary art in an absolute aesthetic.” MATTE has booked a stellar musical lineup for this weekend’s party, including artists from the likes of Tale of Us, Midland, Valentin Stip, and a highly anticipated performance of Max Cooper’s “Emergence” live set. Visual exhibitions from Hubert Dobler, Kyle McDonald, and Paolo Montiel will also be on display. Tickets can be found here; more information is listed at the event’s Facebook page.