Two of L.A.’s brightest producers and DJs, Goldroom and Plastic Plates, are coming together for a big night at Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday, June 1st. Both acts have consistently churned out the dreamy, warm-weather inspired tunes that have become the signature style of many west coast based producers. Though New York and L.A. may have long-running feuds between one another, we are excited to kick off summer Angeleno style with these two DJ talents we admire so much.
Goldroom, also known as Josh Legg, started out on his own two years ago and has quickly made a name for himself in the nu-disco scene. With dreamy singles like the widely popular ‘Fifteen’ and last year’s ‘Sweetness Alive,’ he most recently followed up this success with the upbeat ‘Only You Can Show Me,’ featuring singer Mereki. His synth-heavy, sweet, and summery style makes for the kind of songs that you’d imagine hearing while on a cross-country road trip. He also has a slew of remixes under his belt for the likes of Penguin Prison, Charli XCX, Gigamesh and Niki and the Dove. Recently, he’s set out on a series of live performances with Mereki on vocals, though he’s now back on the DJ trail sharing his brand of light dance tunes to the our delight.
Plastic Plates is one artist that we will hardly tire of featuring. We recently had the pleasure of showcasing his skills at Paradisco with a set that kept the crowd moving all afternoon. With a steady flow of original productions for Kitsuné Records, and remixes for people like Adele, Sia, Katy Perry, Sam Sparro and more, the producer/DJ/drummer has established a solid and fruitful career. Through the many times we have seen this guy spin, he consistently turns out a great mix that always accomplishes to command the crowds’ attention throughout the entire day or night.