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Solardo in the Lab NYC

The UK's naughtiest duo head back to the Lab

  • Funster
  • 9 March 2020
Solardo in the Lab NYC

The Lab NYC is BULLDOG Gin and Mixmag's weekly live stream and post-work unwind, where we showcase the finest DJs direct from our Brooklyn office. On Friday March 13 we welcome UK tech house duo, Solardo.

Solardo could well be the most fun duo in dance music. The UK pair have risen to the top of the ranks over the last few years with their bumping tech house grooves, big personalities and even louder shirts.

Having released on Hot Creations, Toolroom, Relief and Ultra, the duo's output is gaining more and more traction with every EP and their recently collaboration with Marshall Jefferson, a 'Move Your Body' rework, has made waves the world over.

2020 Is set to be one of their busiest years to date, and that's saying something. Their North American tour kicks off on March 12 and will see them make stops in cities like Washington, LA, Chicago and of course, NYC, with many of these shows being Solardo takeovers. Their new single 'My Life' will drop on March 13 so keep your eyes and ears open for that

Of course, festival season will see the Solardo lads travel the world with appearances at the biggest and best events, including Kappa Futur, EDC, Parklife and both weekends of Tomorrowland. If that wasn't big enough, they'll be headlining the BBC Radio 1 Dance tent at this year's Reading & Leeds.

We can't welcome the guys back to the Lab and if you want to catch them while they're in NYC, they play at Schimanski, tickets and info here. Let's get naughty.

Watch Solardo's set in The Lab NYC live streamed to Facebook next week. The set will also be available on Mixmag's YouTube channel here.

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