Sunday Love X Loop: Audiofly – Raffi – Dastan

Sunday Love, May 26th • Green Room 4PM

Advance Tickets on sale Friday, April 12th @ noon.
Get Tickets: residentadvisor.net/events/1250557

Sunday Lovers of the world unite as fab duo Audiofly, founders of both Supernature and Flying Circus labels, make their debut on our roof top. You won’t want to miss their contagious grooves as these international vibe makers bring an electric atmosphere to the Green Room with support from local favorites Loop’s Raffi and Dastan. Hold off on those plans for Memorial Day Weekend!

Also on this date, Sunday Love ♥ Wellness Session & Love Bazaar

3PM Sound Healing Meditation ✨🎶

Join Jeneen Piccuirro (Studio in the Woods) in a sound healing meditation to guide us in expanding conscious and clearing the body and mind with ancient and modern sound healing. Crystal Singing Bowls, Tibetan Healing Bowls, Tingshas, Bells, Chimes, Drums, Symphonic Gongs and more will bathe you in vibration allowing the body to release and heal more deeply.

Organic juice shots, fruit, and a dancing on the roof to follow…

6-9PM Love Bazaar features our favorite new local vendors in the Club Level. So rise and shine, have your coffee, and head to Flash.

Audiofly (Barcelona)
soundcloud.com/audiofly
residentadvisor.net/dj/audiofly

Raffi ( Loop | DC )
soundcloud.com/raffihovsepian

Dastan (DC)
soundcloud.com/iamdastan

AUDIOFLY:

Audiofly are the duo of Luca Saporito and Anthony Middleton. They met and started working together in the spring of 2002 and immediately started a prolific partnership based on their shared music styles and experiences on the DJ circuit.

Their combined talents have created a powerful, experimental, and original style of music (a deadly, dirty, jackin, tech meets electronic house) which is very current on the underground club scene.

Although widely regarded as a member of the true A-list of dance music, both in terms of production, DJing, and label management, it was a chance meeting led to Anthony Middleton and Luca Saporito, an audio engineer/musician and working dj respectively, becoming Audiofly back in 2002. Middleton was, in typical boffin style, experimenting with live surround sound while Saporito was acting as in-house music selector at prestigious London store Selfridges but the pair decided to put down tools and throw everything at their shared love of house music. A bold move, but one which immediately began to pay off. The Audiofly name started to crop up regularly in the London scene and beyond via a series of edits, remixes and releases for underground imprints such as Fantastic Houseand Deleted. This initial hype led to Peace Division and DC10 resident Clive Henry to request an EP for the now legendary Low Pressings imprint. This EP, entitled “Release Yourself” caught many an ear and coupled with the DJs growing reputation as DJs, propelled Audiofly to a new level. Fairly quickly the pair’s groovy, melodic and undulating take on house music started to create a huge fan base, both in the press (DJ Magazine featured the duo on a special covermount CD), in clubs (Space Ibiza residency) and finally in production, with uber-imprints Get Physical, Mood Music, Kickboxer and Renaissance calling on their talents.

Now, the duo are pushing their sound even further with a gig diary that takes in the likes of Fabric, Warung, Amnesia and countless other world renowned clubs as well as a forthcoming album in the works but they still finding time to develop other artists via their own Supernature imprint. Only one year old, and Supernature has been a launch pad for artists such as Ali Nasser, Alex Niggeman, Bearweasel, Amelie and Boris Horel and commands the respect of labels ten times its age while their Flying Circus parties have become the highlights of both the WMC and Sonar festivals and their similarly named radio show for Proton Radio is a continued success.

All of this sounds a lot, but Luca and Anthony are veritable steam trains of ideas and projects. Luca’s unrivalled enthusiasm, Anthony’s ability to think outside the box and an envious amount of talent to draw on mean there’s a lot more to come from Audiofly and their “Familia”.