Waiting for the Weekend – Tracks from Daniel Avery & Roman Flugel

Author : Lee Trotter
September 19, 2015

Waiting for the Weekend – Tracks from Daniel Avery & Roman Flugel

Avery Flugel Studio

Since introducing themselves to the Los Angeles scene in January, Prototype has been at the forefront of progressing nightlife culture in the city.

With an uncompromising vision for electronic music, Prototype LA has hosted a more than impressive list of international talent, and one look at their archive of events will make you realize how lucky LA is to have such a promoter in the city. Their consistency continues this Friday as they plan to host Daniel Avery, Roman Flugel, and Solar for a night of highly intelligent electronic music.

Avery and Flugel exemplify a unique artistic bond. From their work together in the studio to their vast experiences at admired international venues, the two have developed a sound that is truly representative of art, technology, sonic understanding.

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Daniel Avery – All I Need (Roman Flugel Remix)

Provocative vocals and creative sound design are the name of the game here. Roman Flugel steps in on remix duty for Daniel Avery’s popular track, All I Need, and puts his signature touch of class on the production. From a synthetic and ever morphing shaker pattern to lush chords and basslines, Flugel can do no wrong. This track on the Pure Groove Soundsystem would make any clubbers night.

Timothy J Fairplay – Somewhere in the City (Daniel Avery Remix)

Daniel Avery’s take on Somewhere in the City is a slow burner loaded with character. Starting with a steady arrangement from the drum machine, things change drastically as a pulsating bass enters the scene and propels the track into new directions. Staying true to form, the remix receives iconic melodic touches that Daniel Avery knows so well.

Roman Flugel – Wilkie

There’s something about his productions that feel so authentic. Maybe it’s the attention to detail, or the warm sounds in the first place, but one thing is undeniable and it’s that Roman Flugel is one of the most talented electronic music producers of our time. Wilkie in particular strikes deep emotional chords with the listener, utilizing distant vocal ambiance and synth wizardry to fulfill the musical journey.

Beats in Space Radio with Solar

Solar is an artist that represents a pure electronic sound drawing influences from all aspects of our musical environments. Having been featured at Dekmantel as well as the iconic Beats in Space radio in New York, Solar is a phenomenal artist, and an excellent choice to accompany Daniel Avery and Roman Flugel for the Divided Love party this Friday at Lot 613.