Lee Burridge in The Lab NYC
An intimate DJ set showcasing his All Day I Dream sound
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 13, we welcome in Lee Burridge for an intimate session showcasing his All Day I Dream sound.
Since debuting All Day I Dream at a Brooklyn rooftop in 2011, Lee Burridge's event series and label has grown to become one of the most sought-after parties in the world. Now it takes place across the globe from New York to Los Angeles, from London to Moscow, Berlin to Beirut and beyond. Each lineup features a unique roster of respected artists, many of which have also released music on the ADID record label, including Jonas Rathsman, Gorje Hewek & Izhevski, Lee Burridge himself and the most recent 'Underwater Rocket' EP from Sebastien Legér. The label embodies the distinctly emotive, melancholic, dreamy and driving house and techno that soundtracks the party series, which will be on full display when Lee Burridge takes over The Lab NYC.
Following his set at The Lab NYC, Lee Burridge will take to The Brooklyn Mirage for a massive All Day I Dream event on Sunday, September 16. Purchase tickets here. All Day I Dream will also be heading to Denver, Chicago, Las Vegas, Oakland and Los Angeles for closing parties in 2018, find out more information here.
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Missed the Lab in NYC? Check out Lee Burridge's amazing label takeover here: