SOLIDISCO presented by National Institute of Bass
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 9:00 PM - Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 2:00 AM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Jan 22, 2014
Solidisco is the fastest growing name in disco house music. With a fresh recipe that revitalizes the classic house sound with today's musical trends, it's no surprise they're gaining popularity at unprecedented speeds. The duo has DJed club nights alongside heavyweights such as Diplo and Steve Aoki, their records have been supported by the likes of A-Trak and Laidback Luke, and have been heard on the airwaves of BBC Radio One. The trademark Solidisco sound was born when the two met DJing in their local area of Buffalo, NY. Since then they've quickly earned numerous Beatport chart positions, releases on some of the best record labels and captured the ears of the biggest tastemaking DJs in the industry. With a original sound that beautifully walks the line between modern and classic, the Solidisco sound will be sure to move a dancefloor near you
Originally from Washington D.C, Teszero is a student at the nearby University of Maryland in College Park. He is founder of the media music company, The Electric Squeeze and runs a companion blog dedicated to music following the entire spectrum of the EDM genre. While growing his company, he gained a following playing local venues and enticing crowds with Deep and Tech House. Teszero has shared the stage with Billy the Gent (Gents & Jawns), Steve Starks (Nouveau Riche), Nacey (MISUN) and James Nasty (PHYS ED). He frequently dj's throughout dc including places such as U Street Music Hall, Backbar, Opera, Rosebar, Lost Society, Wunderland, Ottobar, Ultrabar and countless other locations.
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