Gummihz at Nocturnal Afterhours this Friday

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Alexander Tsotsos a.k.a. Gummihz is a Greek-born and Berlin-based DJ/producer who has garnered much praise from the international dance community in recent years. Drawing inspiration from a variety of musical styles-- including disco,  jazz, and the whimsical sounds of chanson -- his floor-friendly techno productions have been critically-acclaimed for their propulsive rhythms, bouncy hooks and psychedelic atmospherics. His debut "Select and Bounce" EP released on Anja Schneider's Mobilee Records was the start of a flourishing relationship with that label which would see him stepping up to mix the second volume of Mobilee's Back to Back compilation in 2008, cementing his position not only as a top-notch producer but also as a master of the decks. Gummihz wowed audiences at this year's WMC Mobilee showcase and is now back to take the Nocturnal terrace by storm this Saturday dawn. Join him for a sweaty late-night session along with local DJs Lopera and Steven Velasco.

Gummihz at Nocturnal. Sunday, August 8, 4 a.m.-10 a.m. Eden Terrace Garden, Noctural. 50 NE 11 St., Downtown Miami. 4 a.m.

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