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Fort Romeau in The Lab NYC

Showcasing his unique approach to dancefloor music

  • In association with WAV
  • 4 September 2018
Fort Romeau in The Lab NYC

The Lab NYC is Mixmag and WAV's weekly live stream and post-work unwind, powered by Void Acoustics, where we showcase the finest DJs direct from our Brooklyn office. This Thursday, September 6, we welcome in Fort Romeau to explore the many sides to his musical persona.

Over the course of his career, Fort Romeau has explored a variety of unique sonic textures, from synth laden, retro-style house to deep and melodic techno. Since the release of his debut 'Kingdoms' in 2012, he's graced many of the most respected imprints in the industry, such as Running Back, Live At Robert Johnson and Ghostly International, while also supplying material featured on compilations from Rush Hour, Cocoon, Correspondant and Mule Musiq. Now with his own label Cin Cin, Fort Romeau's releasing works that reflect his open minded and inquisitive approach. He's relentlessly showcasing a unique take on dancefloor music, which will be on full display when he graces The Lab NYC for an intimate performance.

Following his DJ set in The Lab NYC, Fort Romeau will keep the party going at Elsewhere for the Cin Cin label showcase on Thursday, September 6, along with Sam Valenti and Evan Michael. Purchase tickets here

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Missed this Lab? Re-watch Fort Romeau bring the heat to the NYC here:

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