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Viceroy, Ghost Beach (DJ Set)
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009
This event is 18 and over
A name you won't quickly forget, Viceroy and his "summertime, all the time" motto seep deep into both his original and remix catalog leaving a lush, tropical disco-house sound that is paralleled by no one. It's this distinctive sound that has found Viceroy with features in nearly every publication including VICE Magazine, The Huffington Post, MTV, Nylon Magazine, Fresh New Tracks, Gotta Dance Dirty, All Things Go, This Song Is Sick, and many more.
In 2012, Viceroy released a slew of chart topping, well received singles, including the pop gems “Chase Us Around”, "While We're In Love", and the dance floor filling, “Only Takes”. On the remix front, Viceroy has worked with well established artists such as Maroon 5, Passion Pit, Two Door Cinema Club, Yelle, The Knocks, and St Lucia. Already shaping up to be a momentous year for this remarkable producer, 2013 has seen Viceroy release "Dream Of Bombay" along with the next edition of his now infamous "Jet Life" remix series with a funk-filled rework of Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It". Most recently, Viceroy has teamed up with New York City's French Horn Rebellion on "Friday Nights," an all new original track featuring Robert Perlick-Molinari's crooning vocals and ear-catching bouncing grooves.
With demand for his brand of dance music rising, Viceroy has brought his infectious sound to stages around the world - playing alongside such respected names such as Diplo, Theophilus London, Miami Horror, Oliver, and Treasure Fingers, while continuing to keep summer the only season in your upcoming forecast.
Ghost Beach (DJ Set)
Ghost Beach are the latest pop pioneers to set the internet ablaze with only a couple singles floating around and without any major label backing. The New York-based duo of Josh Ocean and Eric "Doc" Mendelsohn take their '80s influences one step further with Ghost Beach. Only a few months old, they've already perfected a retro-future aesthetic that sounds like the holy trifecta of The Police, Depeche Mode, and Daft Punk, with a little Passion Pit sprinkled on top for good measure. Josh plays the jilted lover with vocal panache as Eric's soaring synths, guitars and forever young harmonies are plucked right out of Neverland. Ghost Beach is more about a time than a place, and that time is now.
- Andrew Hwang (Neon Gold)