Bigfish Innovation Black 2013: Everything Fades To Black
MANILA, Philippines—Bigfish International presents INNOVATION BLACK 2013: Everything Fades To Black. The event will take place at the World Trade Center, Pasay City on August 31 and features an exciting lineup of international artists: Jaytech, Nitrous Oxide, and John Paul Lee.
Jaytech is 27-year-old James Cayzer. Despite his relative youth, Jaytech’s prodigious creativity and prolific work rate (he started producing at just 14 and released his first track at 16) have seen him rise up as the most consistent artist on the popular Anjunadeep imprint — even releasing the label’s first full artist album through 2008’s ‘Everything Is Ok’ (“Lush, melodic and soaked in electronic groove – a crossover gem” **** -DJ Magazine), and hitting number one in the iTunes dance chart with his Anjunadeep 02 mix compilation in 2010. (“Compilation of the month **** -Mixmag.)
Nitrous Oxide aka N2O is one of the leading figures of the Polish and European trance scene. He was Anjunabeats’ first Polish DJ and each of his releases has, without fail, gained massive attention. Influenced by genres such as house, minimal, speed garage and hard dance, Nitrous Oxide’s unique releases, such as his Anjunabeats debut ‘North Pole/Frozen Dreams’ have gained support from Above and Beyond, Armin, and many other popular EDM artists. His deejaying career has taken him to every corner of the world and he is no stranger to festivals and main rooms – the bigger the better for a sound as big as his.
Opening for these artists is Bigfish’s resident DJ, who never fails to uphold the brand’s superior standard of essential party music: flying in from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is John Paul ‘Johnboy’ Lee, who is also resident DJ at Club Haze (The Fort, BGC).
Expect a night of extraordinary world-class production, and be entranced by the style and ambience that is uniquely BIGFISH. Let’s party until kingdom come, keeping in mind that in the end, everything fades to black!
For ticket inquiries and VIP table reservations, please contact +632 808 8080 or +63 917 884 7333. You may also visit us online at www.bigfishmanila.com or view our Facebook page: Bigfish International.
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