Daniel Maloso was born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, where he’s been churning out simple and rhythmic jams laced with funk, disco and techno sensibilities ever since. Joining the ranks of a whole new crew of latin american artists including Rebolledo and Matias Aguayo; his In and Out release on Kompakt/Cómeme finds him just on the cusp of a world wide explosion. His ethos has been explained as “an ode to the seductive powers of the night-time world, a homage to ceremonial cave musica made for the carnal momentum.” Whether its the dark and foreboding acid techno of “Shera” or the slap stick and funky “Right Kind”, Daniel keeps the party eclectic and is known for his reputation as a highly intensive live performer.
A newcomer to the budding New York dance scene, Beto Cravioto has become an in demand name. Spinning mostly vinyl sets of deep house and disco, he started as one half of the Kaviar Disco Club nights. Sharing the stage with the likes of Fred Falke and Tanner Ross, he’s also graced the decks of Le Bain and Cielo. With a recent release on Plant Music, co-written with Justin Strauss and Bryan Mette (Whatever/Whatever), Beto is ready to take you over this December.
Dave Harrington (Darkside):
As a fellow student at Brown University with Nicolas Jaar, Dave Harrington came to play and release music with the young producer as one half of the new group Darkside. With a penchant for minimal techno and slow burning and balearic compositions, the two have crafted an amazing self-titled EP. Look for it on Jaar’s own Clown & Sunset Label.