Published on September 13th, 2012 | by Angela Samartano0
John Dahlback, Oliver Twizt, and Danny Avila at Pacha NYC 9/14/12
The last time he was in town, John Dahlback tore the roof off of Pacha NYC back in June alongside Deniz Koyu and Tyler Sherritt. (Check our review if you missed it!) This Friday, September 14th, Dahlback returns with the company of Oliver Twizt and up and comer Danny Avila. (Danny Avila contest for Sirius XM this Friday) Ending off Fashion Week in New York City, this party will be worth every penny for the beats and bliss you will experience within the walls of Pacha NYC on Friday. With a stacked lineup throughout the course of the night and early morning, you won’t regret this decision on Saturday.
Having a huge year for music, John Dahlback has had a number of releases throughout the summer including his collaboration with Chris Lake, I Saw This Before, the uplifting house hit Life, tech house banger Feel It, and much more. Showing us he has a wide array of skills with different genres in electronic music, he even recently released a free EP through Facebook entitled Kill the Silence under the alias Demure, which he describes as being ‘not really an EDM album’. (See what we thought of it!) If there is one thing to expect this Friday from Dahlback, it would be the unexpected. His latest electro house banger Zues, just released last week on Doorn Records, will have us all shooting ‘Woo‘ along with the track as the speakers of Pacha NYC are tested with this beastly track. Expect beats that will break down the boundaries of EDM genres with precision, in typical Dahlback fashion.
Dahlback will be accompanied by Oliver Twizt, sure to pack a punch of electro and trap music to keep us moving throughout his entire set. His recent track, Headbanger, just dropped on September 8th through Sneakerz Muzik as well as Pull the Trigger, the vocal edit to his collaboration with Sandro Silva with beautiful lyrics by Elleah, are sure to be crowd pleasing moments at Pacha NYC. Danny Avila, making his New York City debut at Stone Rose this Wednesday night, will be the youngest DJ on the main stage of Pacha this Friday. The Spanish 17 year old has been building quite a buzz around himself lately, especially with the start of his new Sirius XM radio show Ready to Jump. After gracing Pacha Ibiza with Tiesto this summer, it will be interesting to see how Avila adapts to the rowdy, fine tuned ears of New York City partygoers. From start to finish, we are all in for a treat this Friday night at Pacha NYC regardless of who you are looking forward to most. Buy your tickets now!