As a DJ, Blueshift delivers a set that is emphatically unique and indulgent for any crowd. With an appreciation for a wide range of styles, especially deep house and nu-disco, his sets provoke a nostalgic vibe that is perfectly balanced with the sounds of today. Always ahead of the curve on the latest releases and giving new life to buried gems, there is no limit to his inspiration. Blueshift's highly selective ear, feel for the dance floor, and years behind the decks allow him to entertain a diverse selection of audiences with no compromise on quality.
On the production side, Blueshift works with a range of sounds that combine elements of deep and progressive house. His tracks have been signed to notable labels that focus on this sound, including Nurvous Records and Spacewalker Recordings.
Blueshift has the the distinct privilege of co-founding the French Express blog and working for a time with the now world-famous brand's publicity. As well as writing articles for the top-tier blog, Stoney Roads, he also is a resident DJ and promoter for various parties in Philadelphia and New York. There is no question Blueshift has his finger on the pulse of the future of underground dance music.
AKKI is a prominent DJ / Writer / Producer in the NYC underground scene and also co-founder of SPOTLIGHT Entertainment (along w/Blueshift). Her most recent performances include opening for Solidisco at Southside, NY, Lauren Flax, Dimitry Mak (1/2 of Modern Machines), Jessie Andrews and Stacie Todd. Originally from Australia but now based in NYC, AKKI's eclectic sets are always inspired by a mix of Deep House, Nu-Disco, Indie Dance and Bass Heavy Electronica with the grooviest, most danceable beats. AKKI also writes for Goldroom's relaunched record label Binary Records and her own blog, Spin Real Tunes. With a strong desire to break away from the commercial scene and promote diversity in the industry, she co-launched SPOTLIGHT Entertainment, an event organization producing a series of monthly showcases featuring the top talent in niche genres.
Man & Woman (DC)
This is what happens when a woman with a penchant for the keyboard and a man with an almost obsessive desire to collect vinyl come together to make music.