The Israeli pioneer of electronic music, Guy Gerber has repeatedly startled the world with his personal vision of techno which he intertwines with unique and cleverly designed melodies and moving airs that leave no listener indifferent. His live sets are enjoyed worldwide where people are eager to share in the fresh and distinguished sounds only he has the recipe for. Owner of Supplement Facts, he has found the best means of communicating his passion for harmony and rhythm.
I tried to pry about more specifics of upcoming projects and Pablo just tells me that he cannot reveal all of his secrets. Well, the two didn’t get the name “The Madricians” for nothing, Right? I shift the focus to Washington D.C. and he tells me he has played here at least seven or eight times and loves the way that people are receptive to them whenever he plays.
DC Locals Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom team up to form the collective Nadastrom, a killer group thats on fire, tearing up the DC EDM scene. Their debut release, Pussy EP, fast became a bestseller in the tastemaker store on Beatport. In 2008, they were invited to sign to Dubsided, which really helped propel their career into high gear, getting themselves spots on BBC’s Radio One, invites to world tours, musical collaborations with established artists such as Kid Cudi, Nina Sky, and Pitbull. They are known for their super-high energy sets in hard electro and house that really is like unlike any other.
Tittsworth, also from DC, has also found his way into the international scene, playing gigs and concerts all over the world. Some of his best known tracks, URB, XLR8R, NME, and Fader have gained recognition around the world as his career continues to grow. He’s also worked with Nina Sky, Pit Bull, and more. His debut album 12 Steps received high praise from Billboard, BPM, Kiss, Radio 1, and Entertainment Times. Also on this album is the Nadastrom remix of Tittsworth’s original smash hit WTF.