There’s a unique dance music scene brewing in the Uruguayan capital. The scene’s leader is Edu Koolt, known to most as DJ Koolt.
In Uruguay, he’s more than a DJ—he’s a god. Many say he changed their lives, and more than a few have his name tattooed on their bodies. Koolt is a veteran selector who has been to Europe a handful of times, but he also remains mostly unknown there. Alongside DJ Detected and his old friend and fellow DJ Christian Bonanata, he was instrumental in founding Phonotheque, which is now run by Bonanata alone.
A committed digger and true music lover, Andrew James Gustav’s sets showcase a devotion to the craft of DJing that’s paralleled by few of his contemporaries. Initially under the spell of US house and German minimal, and always influenced by a long-lasting love for UK garage, Andrew’s sound has developed a tougher edge, encompassing vintage tech house, breakbeat, electro and quality techno from all eras and geographies.
Nozoo Longer Edition at Goa Club presents:
Andrew James Gustav
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