Recommendations
Verboten with Blond:ish, Lee Curtiss and Droog.
  New York's premier underground house and techno night Verboten continues it's journey of the city, navigating through a hand-picked selection of venues, inviting only the most credible talents on the international DJ circuit, and a literal "Who's Who" of underground electronic music, along for the ride.   Having previously hosted the likes of Seth Troxler, Carl Craig, Kate Simko, Davide Squillace and Maya Jane Coles to name a few, this weekend Verboten stops over at Highline Ballroom, with none other that Visionquest poster-boy Lee Curtiss, LA trio Droog, and the infectious Canadian outfit Blond:ish on the bill.     For info and tickets: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?424724   http://www.verbotennewyork.com/  
Mysteryland Chile 2012

 

  Since 1993, Mysteryland has attracted thousands of festival-goers for a weekend full of music, dance, art and more. After 18 successful years, the famous Holland-based festival made a bold transition and hosted the first ever Mysteryland Chile in addition to its homeland party. Following an enormously successful debut, Mysteryland is returning to South America once again with local partners STREETMACHINE for the second edition of Mysteryland Chile, taking place from December 14-16. Set in Hacienda Picarquin (45 minutes outside of Santiago), Mysteryland 2012 will feature more than eight open-air stages for its impressive roster of artists, including none other than Matt Tolfrey (Leftroom) and Satoshi Tomiie (SAW), who will both perform on Friday, December 14.   Tickets are still available.

Mysteryland 2012

 

Autobrennt Mix of the Week: MEMOS
    The warmer months may be long gone, but there’s no reason we can’t daydream about our days spent basking in the sun, flaunting our summer glow. Brooklyn-based DJ/producer MEMOS (aka Serhan Aydemir) helps us do just that in our latest mix of the week. In the next hour, allow MEMOS to take you on a special journey, transporting you back to those dewy mornings and sticky nights with an irresistible selection of nu-disco and deep house gems.   Though we’re already fans of his live sets and his radio show (Dinamo FM 103.8), we couldn’t be happier to share this exclusive mix with all of you.  
Autobrennt mix of the week : Armando Vega
  We slow it down for the mix of the week this time out and turn to Mexico for a woozy 50-minute selection. It comes from Armando Vega and, he says, “this is not a set, not even a mixtape, these are just late night emotions in motion” and he’s right. From slowed soul through classic jazz funk, late night jams and sexy r&b, a wide array of golden artists including Biggie, Roy Ayers, Slick Rick and Robert Glasper Experiment are all call upon. It’s a perfect mid week mix to sooth you through until the weekend.   Autobrennt Mix of the Week by Armando Vega by vcarmando