Friday, February 17
TIM GREEN + HOJ
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Audio and Opel present Tim Green + Hoj on February 17th.
Tim Green -
2016 has been a stellar year for Tim: his release schedule took on meteoric heights, from a mesmerising EP on Cocoon called ’Among Wolves’ to returning to a home away from home – Get Physical – with not one but two releases: ’Only Time Remains’ EP as well compiling and mixing the 18th volume of their acclaimed Body Language compilation CD. As if that wasn’t enough, his remix work has continued with stellar outputs: from Mark Slee’s Nocturne Belle to one of the biggest dance tracks of the year: Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five by Paul McCartney & Wings vs Timo Maas & James Teej, a remix which was hailed as the track of the summer for 2016. The second half of 2016 was no less successful, with strong releases on Lee Burridge’s Get Weird imprint, a hugely popular remix for Atelier Francesco on Cityfox and an EP on My Favorite Robot, all the while planning his new LP for 2017, proved that Tim has what it takes to reach the upper echelons of the electronic music scene.
Tim Green’s journey as one of the most talented and unique electronic music artists at the moment keeps rising to new heights. Expect more solid releases and unique new projects as we continue looking into future.
Hoj is a weird name. It's just 3 letters, but only 3% of people in the world pronounce it correctly. It doesn't translate well (especially into Spanish). And is often misspelled. The mischief caused by these 3 little letters is a constant source of amusement for Hoj and those closest to him.
Don't worry, we'll tell you how to pronounce "Hoj" correctly. That way if you ever meet Hoj, you can surprise him by pronouncing his name correctly. But we'll hold out a bit longer for dramatic effect.
So yes, lots of mischief caused by the 3 letters that are his name. Fitting, because Hoj sets out to create mischief in all his creative endeavors. His music is deep and sexy in a way that encourages crowds to create a little mischief of their own.
This sound earned him a night at Berlin's legendary Panorama Bar amongst a slew of other clubs and stages around the world. He was one of the founding members of the Opulent Temple at Burning Man, and in recent years his sets atop the Robot Heart bus have become legendary in their own right. He continues his musical escapades alongside Lee Burridge as a resident for All Day I Dream. And also enjoys a residency with Listed Productions.
Opening set by Audio resident Ali Khalili (The Kazbah)
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