He’s only opening for Deadmau5, arguably the biggest act in electronic music today. No big deal.
But it don’t phase our boy Troy Kurtz, who’s already opened up for acts of equal caliber and has gained the utmost respect for his countless gigs all across Miami. There are few (if any) better ways to bring in the New Year than with Kurtz and deadmau5, alongside Damaged Goods and Stephan Luke, at the Arkadia Poolside in Miami Beach on New Years day.
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Kurtz hit us up with his top five essential tracks at the moment, including his own “Never Sleep” produced with Panic Bomber – a new mybeatFix fave.
Jonas Rathsman – Tobago
I had been waiting to play this track for about four months. It just got released last week, and it’s probably my favorite track to play at the moment. So tropical — even in December.
Behling & Simpson – Play Games
Behling & Simpson gave this track out for free in November. It’s a perfect song for a warm-up set — slow, bouncy, and super sexy.
MANIK (NYC) – She Watches Me
I was really bummed that I had to play the same night that Manik was at Pickle a few weeks back. This kid has been doing the rounds on Hot Creations, and this track is the real deal with an infectiously deep bassline.
French Fries – Champagne
French Fries is an amazing young producer and DJ from France that I really look up to. This is another track that took about six months from the time it got Internet fame to actually having a release date. 808s all day.
Kurtz & Bomber – Never Sleeping
This is the first track off an EP that I’m doing with Panic Bomber that’s made to encourage bad behavior at really sketchy hours of the night.