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The Lab: BUDX Edition

Jazzuelle and Bruce Loko in The Lab Johannesburg

Two of South Africa's most innovative selectors visit our new Lab location

  • 28 June 2019

Mixmag and BUDX are proud to partner to bring you the newest destination of the Lab this summer: The Lab Johannesburg.

On Wednesday, July 3 the Lab Johannesburg will welcome the esteemed and innovative South African DJ-producers Bruce Loko and Jazzuelle.

The Johannesburg-based DJ-producer and alumni of the RBMA Bass Camp, Jazzuelle, has been bringing transcendent sounds to South Africa's dancefloors for nearly a decade. Playing everywhere from Sonar Festival in Barcelona to Glastonbury, Jazzuelle worked his way up from humble beginnings in Cape Town and grown into one of the most appreciated selectors in South Africa's electronic music scene. He's played alongside clubland powerhouses like Detroit Swindle, Loco Dice, Tale Of Us, Eats Everything, ANNA, Nicole Moudaber and more. Jazzuelle's penchant for ethereal sounds puts him on the vanguard of South Africa's incredible house scene.

Bruce Loko's fusion of jazz and euphoric sounds results in some of the most unique house music in all of South Africa. Hailing from Mpumalanga, Bruce's uncle - the famous South African jazz musician Don Laka - helped breed him for musical greatness from an early age. His knack for extraordinary sonic design caught the attention of admired artists such as Aero Manyelo and Ryan Murgatroyd, who helped him release on Get Physical's lauded 'Africa Gets Physical' compilation series. Since then Bruce has released on Chapter 24, Freerange and the award-winning Hamburg imprint, Diynamic Music.

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Catch the live stream on our Facebook page.

For a chance to attend the Lab Johannesburg submit your RSVP here.

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