One of the world’s most in-demand DJs, Solomon, comes to Dubai’s Soho Beach on Friday 28 December.
There’s not much this superstar hasn’t achieved. He plays a major role in redefining house music with productions, remixes and DJ sets that challenge the status quo of the European house music scene.
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Solomun rises to stardom in style
Solomun has been a round for a while and made a name for himself as a reputable underground DJ and producer. But, his rocket to mainstream fame happened in 2012 when Mixmag named him DJ of the Year. He then went on to be a resident DJ at Pacha Ibiza and created the infamous Solomun+1. The event became a stable on the Ibiza music and nightlife must-dos. Solomun continued this upward spiral with Solomun+live as an outdoor event with live performances and his own special guest acts.
Soho Beach to get Solomun’s best
Although Solomon loves working in the studio, he retains a passion for live performances and DJing. Party-goers at Soho Beach will bear witness to the best Solomon has to offer by seeing him live. Anyone who has seen him perform can see his passion running through his sets. He set an example of an artist staying true to his craft as an underground DJ and producer who receives mainstream recognition.
The style to expect
Solomun once said: “People have emotions. So why not on a dancefloor?”
His infamous Boiler Room set from early 2015 is the fastest growing Boiler Room video of all time, with around 18 million views – and counting. He is not afraid of taking the audience on a journey. In his style, vigour, deepness and emotion go hand in hand in a very musical way. He does so much in the same way he manages the variety of influences on his music: with a soft touch, a little dance move and real honest commitment to “Doing It Yourself”.