The Magician hosts a live version of his popular Magic Tape series at the Museum of Sex, New York
Tuesday 21st March
8pm CET/7pm GMT/3pm EST/12pm PDT
Acclaimed DJ and producer The Magician will be celebrating the 69th edition of his hugely popular Magic Tape mix series with a live streamed party at The Museum of Sex in New York.
Tune into The Magician’s Facebook page on Tuesday 21st March at to catch the DJ performing amidst this unusual setting, alongside a secret special guest. The mix will also be recorded live and uploaded to The Magician’s Soundcloud as the 69th Magic Tape.
The Magician is an artist whose commercial success goes hand in hand with years of experience in the underground side of the electronic scene.
His first EP, ‘I Don’t Know What To Do’, came out via revered French label Kitsuné, before he went on to find widespread recognition from his remix of Lykke Li’s ‘I Follow Rivers’.
An infectiously upbeat and catchy new version of the original, this remix now stands at almost 80 million streams on Spotify and reached #1 in five countries and #2 in four.
After a number of successful productions via FFRR and Parlophone – including the huge Europe-wide hit with Years & Years, ‘Sunlight’ – he founded the aptly-named Potion label and event series on which he released last year’s successful single ‘Shy’.
As a DJ, The Magician has played at a diverse range of clubs; Pacha, Space, Ushuaia and Amnesia in Ibiza, Coachella, Output New York, The Warehouse Project and Amsterdam’s widely respected now-defunct Trouw to name a few. Since launching Potion, he’s brought the event series to Ministry of Sound, Showcase Paris, Exchange LA, Electric Brixton, New York’s Webster Hall and more.
He has grown the monthly Magic Tape series over the course of six years to become incredibly popular with over 200k plays on nearly every edition – so it’s a fitting time to celebrate.
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