Año nuevo, vida nueva, música nueva!
Hola amigos de Autobrennt los saluda su corresponsal en Colombia!!  Hablando de lo que mas nos gusta la música techno y house del momento!  Volvemos a las pistas con dos  eventos de Clase! Por un lado tenemos :   Al colectivo Revolution artists iniciando su año con una gran fiesta local liderada por el dj de batalla y emprendedor de este colectivo Juan Rodriguez.
Mix of the Week: O.BEE

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  Born and raised in Istanbul, Omer Bil--better known as O.BEE--became a regular in his hometown's music scene from a young age before relocating to Brooklyn. Here, his dedication to his craft eventually led him to cross paths with notable figures in the industry and it wasn't long before he began sharing the booth with the likes of  M.A.N.D.Y's Philipp Jung, Catz n' Dogz, Hunter/Game, Francesca Lombardo, Tale of Us, Francis Harris, Thugfucker, Andhim, Bob Moses, Ming Against, Cem & Rg and many more. Also recognized as the resident of Disco Before Sunset, O.BEE is guaranteed to entertain his crowds.
Colombia: A Different Perspective

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    Unless you haven't heard, Autobrennt has some serious ties with Colombia. The hometown of our founder, Sigfrid Bobrek, our coverage of the area is typically reserved for must-see parties featuring many of our own artists and/or those we work with closely. Toward the end of 2013, however, our friend and resident photographer Charles Roussel ventured to Bogotà, Medellin, Parque Arvi, Santa-Marta and Cartagena. His focus was not on the party scene. Instead, the man with an eye for capturing unassuming beauty documented special moments throughout his trip. In our latest feature, Charles recalls his journey as he guides us with hand-selected photos. Enjoy.    
Output: Year One | B2B Celebrations

  In today's saturated market, a new club opening is neither a) groundbreaking nor b) an overnight success. The opposite couldn't be more true for Output. This week marks one year since Brooklyn's epicenter for all things electronic first opened its doors and it's safe to say nothing has been the same since.   At once, it feels like the club opened just yesterday and somehow it also feels like it's been around for ages. For some, multiple visits to the club made 2013 flash by in the blink of an eye. For others, it's hard to imagine a time without Output, almost as though a community staple of this caliber couldn't possibly be this new. But it is and there are plenty of reasons behind its success.