Brownies & Lemonade takeover CONTROL!
Brownies and Lemonade is an LA-based collective who are known for their parties incorporating music, fashion, and entertainment and this Friday December 11th they are taking over CONTROL. Future bass producers Stwo, Pomo, Gravez, and FKi 1st will be providing supporting sets for what promises to be a night you won’t forget!
Steven Vidal, Parisian DJ and producer better known as STWO, has quickly risen with original productions like “Lovin U,” and officiAlina Baraz & Galimatias – Maybe (Stwo Remix) al remixes of Kehlani’s “Runnin’,” and Majid Jordan’s “Her” by combining his love for modern R&B and swift future bass stylings. But things really began to take off after Stwo’s music caught the attention of 40, the renowned producer for Drake, who quickly signed him a publishing deal to work together. Now with the recent release of his first single “Haunted,” and his debut EP, DTSNT, nearly completed, it’s only a matter of time before this young producer becomes the next biggest thing.
Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Maybe (Stwo Remix)
Pomo, the multifaceted Canadian producer, is known for his well-crafted live shows. Growing up in the Vancouver music scene, Pomo was influenced by various elements from hip hop, electronic, and 80’s funk. The world saw Pomo climb from a bedroom beatmaker to a rising superstar after the release of his debut EP, “The Other Day,” on the acclaimed HW&W label. Since then, Pomo has released official remixes for Disclosure, Sam Smith, Snakehips, Mark Ronson, and more.
I Care feat. Pomo
The Atlanta-based producer, Gravez, is able to create a perfect blend of eccentric deep-house, soulful R&B, with a splash of 808 driven trap. The Gravez sound goes way beyond dance music, with popular remixes of rap duo Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type,” and Jaden Smith’s “Fast,” Gravez’s discography proves to be just as versatile as his sound. Earlier this year, Gravez released his first single, “Youth,” a smooth melodious tune off his upcoming EP “Bury Me.”