Lee Burridge to return to LA for annual All Day I Dream New Year’s weekend celebration

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All Day I Dream has officially created a Los Angeles tradition. As with the past few consecutive New Year’s weekends, the Lee Burridge-led brand touches down in the city to cap off the 2018 — and bringing a couple close friends with it. Sebastien Légér, a star in the progressive realm, will be exploring his deep house side come December 29. The producer had a fair amount of his work signed to the label this year, with his Underwater Rocket EP being a notable addition.

Gab Rhome will also be joining in the festivities. An expert in sentimentality, his records have found their way onto Anjunadeep, Henry Saiz’ Natura Sonoris, and beyond, the Canadian maestro will be a welcome new face at the Sunday afternoon gathering. Per usual, it will be held at Chinatown’s historic Gin Ling way, an intimate and fitting location for the All Day I Dream ambiance.

 

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Photo Credit: Daniel Leinweber | Razberry Photography

Arty releases trance-packed mix under his Alpha 9 moniker

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At the very tail end of 2017, Arty pulled off a surprise by releasing an hour-long trance mix under his Alpha 9 moniker.

It’s been nearly a year since the Russian producer revived the Alpha 9 name and began putting out tracks like “The Night Is Ours” and “Skin.” He cited creative reasons for bringing the old name back, wanting freedom to create all kinds of music.

“Closer to the end of [2016] I noticed how much my music was different from what I’ve done in the past, and I felt like I had been neglecting my long-time fans and it didn’t feel fair. And that’s how I came up with idea of bringing the Alpha 9 alias back,” he said with the release of “The Night Is Ours.” “It gives me the freedom to not be bounded to a specific genre, allowing me to experiment and keep pushing my boundaries with Arty, while I can be as close as possible to my long-time fans using Alpha 9 moniker.”

His New Year mix is an emotive collection of music, flowing seamlessly from Arty tunes to Alpha 9 material. It kicks off with a new Alpha 9 track called “You and I” and takes the listener on a journey through the essence of Alpha 9/Arty as a producer.

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