CircoLoco is breaking new ground in 2021; the revered party just announced the launch of its record label, CircoLoco Records, and has now revealed the artists joining them for their first overseas tour in over a year in partnership with longtime promoter partners Teksupport.
Black Coffee, Virgil Abloh, Tale of Us, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Michael Bibi, Perel, Chloé Caillet, and Mink are set to provide world class soundtracking across the brand’s touchdowns in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.
New York will be the first to host a CircoLoco takeover, running two nights during Halloween Weekend in an undisclosed Brooklyn warehouse location. South African superstar and Grammy nominee Black Coffee will take on headlining duties on Friday, October 29. He’ll be accompanied by Off-White leader Virgil Abloh, Life and Death owner DJ Tennis, and PVBLIC XCESS’ Chloé Caillet.
The following night, Cuttin’ Headz bosses and IMG signees The Martinez Brothers take the stage alongside Crosstown Rebels founder Damian Lazarus, Solid Grooves’ Michael Bibi, DFA and Running Back’s Perel, and Mink.
Virgil Abloh, Damian Lazarus, and Perel will hit the road with CircoLoco as it journeys South and West. Come the party’s anticipated Art Basel Miami debut, the brand will reunite with Damian Lazarus, a crowd favorite in the city for his iconic Get Lost marathons.
Fellow icons Seth Troxler and Tale of Us will also join CircoLoco for its Miami festivities, before heading West to Los Angeles for its day-into-night bacchanale. It is there that Virgil Abloh and Perel will also make their return to the CircoLoco stage, treating guests to golden hour performances for the ages.
CircoLoco is one of underground dance music’s longest running brands, representing house and techno for over 20 years through its parties at Ibiza‘s DC10 and around the world. As its reputation has grown, CircoLoco’s dance floor has become a principal intersection between underground dance music and elements of fashion, art and wider culture.
The recent launch of CircoLoco Records saw CircoLoco partner with acclaimed video game creator Rockstar Games, with the goal of fusing the physical and digital worlds of entertainment to support and elevate dance music culture worldwide.
The label’s first release is the Monday Dreamin’ compilation which dropped on July 9 and showcased contributions from visionaries and icons from every era of CircoLoco’s 20- year party history with new releases from Carl Craig, Luciano, Seth Troxler, Dixon Moodymann and Kerri Chandler, as well as cuts from artists that point to the future of dance music, including Sama Abdulhadi, Lost Souls of Saturn ft. TOKiMONSTA, Red Axes, and many more.