Chaos In The CBD will be playing at Secretsundaze.
In a sea of huge productions, big budget, and even bigger hitters it can be easy to miss how much rising talent is on off for Off Week. Here is our pick of DJs to watch out for.
Saverio Celestri - June 13
The last twelve months have been very kind to Berlin based and Italian born, Saverio Celestri. Since his stand-out productions on Slow Life, the DJ has had watchful eyes on him, and rightly so. Respected as much as a producer as he is a DJ, Saverio will be spinning at the O300f Recordings (and agency) party, alongside a wealth of musically similar talent.
Barcelona native Sonodab has been fighting the good fight for sometime, but recently the Cratedigging EP on John Dimas' Elephant Moon label allowed him to really flex his production wares. Straddling murky house with skippy rhythms his music has managed to stand out in a very busy market. He's in great company with, Titonton Duvante, Seuil, Onirik and a load more at the limited entrance checkpoint Rooftop meets Eightsquare at Port Forum.
While Robin Ordell has been on a lot of peoples radars, his recent output on Hello? Repeat and Finest Hour Recordings has seen the Half Baked resident really find his feet in his production leanings. His London based night returns for their annual Barcelona party, where Robin will play with tINI, Mike Shannon, Hold Youth and Greg Brockman before clocking more gigs around Europe this summer.
It's been great to see Jasper Verrijzer climb with ceaseless momentum, recently. Not only holding down his residency at Amsterdam's hottest ticket, VBX and playing alongside the world's best, he is now an extremely well respected producer in his own right. His relentless work ethic now sees him play all over the world but he's in town on Saturday and playing b2b with Dyed Soundorom, for the Go Deep party.
The last few years have thrust Chaos in The CBD from lo-fi vinyl pushers to festival sweethearts, with their Boiler Room approved dazzling live act. The New Zealand born brothers have had critically acclaimed releases on Mule Musiq and their own In Dust We Trust imprint; and can seemingly do no wrong. There's no better pairing for their deepest of house persuasions than with secretsundaze too, joining them are Tama Sumo, Ryan Elliott and, of course, Giles Smith and James Priestley.