Sweet Dreams New York

Just the other Friday night, under the auspices of the elegant Hudson Terrace, the Sweet Dreams Tour landed in New York City. Headlined by the Queens-based electro-house duo Mysto & Pizzi, this lingerie/pajama themed party was an intimate experience with some of New York’s top DJs.

Cat King 

Opening for the night was the beautiful and musically diverse Cat King. Running the gamut from house to trap to rock n’roll and soul music, Cat King started the night off right. Check out her summer mini-mix here:


Up next was Dalton, dropping some of his original house tracks. From his newest track “God’s Green Earth” to some of his older work, such as the remix of Deadmau5’s ever popular “The Veldt” Dalton kept the energy of the night up.

Zack Edward

Next up was Zack Edward, dropping his edits of some of the EDM community’s favorite tracks. His edit of “Reload” by Tommy Trash has gotten massive exposure through Nicky Romero, Tiesto, and other top-tier producers, as well as his edit to Hardwell’s ubiquitous “Spaceman.”


The penultimate artist to take the stage, Moiez, brought his versions of Armin Van Buuren’s “This is What it Feels Like” to the Sweet Dreams Tour. Along with remixes, such as his Lana Del Rey remix of “Young and Beautiful,” Moiez primed the venue for Mysto & Pizzi to close out the night.

Mysto & Pizzi 

Mysto & Pizzi closed out the night, finished their massive 2 hour set at 4am. Bringing some of their best original work to the stage, Mysto & Pizzi played a set to be remembered, dropping some of their best original material, such as “Galax” and “Where is the Love.” Notably know for their remake of “Somebody’s Watching Me” (https://soundcloud.com/slatmim/mysto-pizzi-somebodys-watching-me), Mysto & Pizzi played a set you couldn’t forget to close out the intimate and memorable Sweet Dreams Tour.

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Alex Blake

Alex Blake

Passionate audiophile, shameless gourmand, and attorney, Alex is part of the NYC team holding it down for OTB on the East Coast.
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