“Night Trip” featuring Kyle Walker, Secondcity & Harry Romero @ Academy (21+)
Let’s meetup for Kyle Walker, Secondcity & Harry Romero!
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Kyle Walker: Crafting Groovy Classics
Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Kyle Walker swiftly carved his mark in the electronic music realm. His sonic palette spans from deep, melodic tones to the edgier, club-driven realms of tech house, displaying boundless creativity. Immersed in electronic music from a young age, he swiftly rose as a standout talent, crafting a distinctive sound and delivering electrifying live sets.
In a remarkably short span, Kyle secured releases with industry giants like Repopulate Mars, D4 D4NCE, Club Sweat, and Saved Records. He’s been entrusted with official remixes for tracks like Ferreck Dawn and Guz’s “Knock Me Out”, and AmyElle’s chart-topping single “Feel The Heat”. Notably, his 2022 release “Strut” went viral on TikTok, featuring in over 100k videos and amassing over 200 million views.
Kyle’s success translated to live performances on prestigious stages, including EDC Las Vegas, Nocturnal Wonderland, Outside Lands, and North Coast Music Festival.
With a trajectory pointing skyward, Kyle is poised to leave an indelible mark on 21st-century electronic music, serving as an inspiration to burgeoning DJs and producers worldwide.
Secondcity: International House of Hits
Hailing from the UK but shaped by the beats of Chicago, Secondcity, born Rowan, has swiftly ascended to the forefront of the global house and techno scene. In just two short years, he’s become a household name among aficionados.
His debut EP, ‘The Story,’ on Huxley’s Saint’s And Sonnets label marked the beginning of a stellar career. Notably, his collaboration with Route94 on the edit of ‘Freak Like Me’ further demonstrated his prowess, earning acclaim from industry luminaries like Skream, Kenny Dope, MK, and Nic Fancuilli.
2014 proved to be the turning point, with ‘I Enter’ soaring to the top of the Beatport charts, solidifying his status. Inspired by his Chicago roots, the chart-topping track ‘I Wanna Feel’ became a club anthem, earning daytime Radio 1 plays and a UK No.1.
Following this triumph, Secondcity released ‘Groove N’ On’ for DFTD and delivered stellar remixes for Carl Cox and Dimitri Nakov & John Monkman. ‘What Can I Do,’ featuring vocals from Ali Love, became a hit, marking another milestone with Ministry Of Sound.
2015 witnessed Secondcity’s continued rise, with standout releases on Saved Records and a series of high-profile remixes. ‘Say It’ further elevated his reputation, garnering support from industry heavyweights.
As a DJ, Secondcity electrified festivals and clubs worldwide, including Glastonbury, Creamfields, and Ibiza’s Tribal Sessions. His residency at Sankeys and appearances at events curated by Joris Voorn and Nic Fanciulli highlighted his stellar year. With a relentless studio output and an even busier tour schedule, Secondcity’s meteoric rise shows no signs of slowing.
Harry Romero: Pioneering the Rhythmic Heartbeat of House Music
Harry Romero, a revered DJ and producer, has been an influential force in the electronic music scene for over two decades. Hailing from New Jersey, his career skyrocketed with early releases on Subliminal Records, setting the stage for his enduring impact on house music.
Renowned for his seamless blend of Latin, jazz, and soul influences, Romero’s signature sound has earned him a place among the genre’s elite. His tracks, including the iconic “Tania” and “Cro Magnon,” have become dancefloor anthems, celebrated worldwide.
A versatile artist, Romero’s productions range from deep, melodic journeys to high-energy club bangers, showcasing his mastery of the craft. His commitment to pushing boundaries and exploring new sonic territories has solidified his status as a true innovator in the industry.
Throughout his illustrious career, Romero has received accolades from both fans and peers alike, establishing himself as a pioneer in the dance music community. With a discography spanning labels like Defected, Toolroom, and Crosstown Rebels, his influence continues to resonate with audiences globally.
As a performer, Harry Romero’s electrifying sets have graced renowned stages from Ibiza to Miami, leaving an indelible mark on dance music enthusiasts worldwide. With an enduring legacy and a forward-thinking approach to music, Romero remains an integral figure in the evolution of electronic music.
ADDRESS: 6021 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
PARKING: Lots by Academy. Rideshare recommended.
DRESS CODE: Upscale casual. No beach clothing, shorts (except summer), sandals, tank tops, sporting attire or baseball hats. Management reserves the right to make all final dress code decisions & can refuse entry for any reason.
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Ages - 21+
Event Time Expiration - 03:00 AM