John Dahlback remixes Felix Cartal’s track “The Joker”, and combines electro chords with his influential progressive bassline. You can see the variety of skills John has to play with due to the different sounds of all his tunes, some hit harder (such as: his MyBack collaborations), and some are elegant in style (think: “Invisible” and “Big“). On October 12th, our very own Nima G and Jared F are opening for John Dahlback at Vessel SF. You can RSVP on the guestlist here, in order to rage with your favorite astronauts!
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