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Listen to DJ Mix by Gadi Mizrahi of Wolf + Lamb, Playing Electric Pickle Tonight

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Since lighting up the international scene as one-half of production duo and eponymous label Wolf + Lamb, DJ-producer Gadi Mizrahi has emerged as one of the most influential tastemakers in EDM today. From their Brooklyn homebase to European dancefloors in London, Ibiza, and beyond, Wolf + Lamb have enjoyed major buzz throughout 2010.

As a producer, Mizrahi is responsible for the playful, slow-mo disco-house sound permeating the label, which includes like-minded output by Soul Clap, No Regular Play and Nicolas Jaar, among others.

Tonight marks the return of Mizrahi to the Electric Pickle (by now his regular his Miami haunt) along with Deniz Kurtel, a Turkish newcomer whose releases on W + L and Crosstown Rebels this past year have garnered much praise.

Click here to get a pre-taste of Mizrahi's smooth, deep grooves on this DJ mix in advance of tonight's set at the Pickle.

Gadi Mizrahi and Deniz Kurtel. With residents. 10 p.m. Friday, October 22. Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Ages 21 and up. 305-456-5613; electricpicklemiami.com

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