Wednesday nights aren’t usually a clubbing night to most Angelenos, but when you have a chance to see arguably one of the greatest producers in EDM, you don’t miss that opportunity. Continuing on his North American tour, John Dahlback revisited his old Los Angeles stomping ground, Supperclub in Hollywood.
DJ Andre Ezer (“Made in Denmark”) opened the night with some deep house grooves and gradually moved into Big Room jams. Some of the notable beats were remixes of the classic “Pump up the Jam” and Kryder and Tom Staar’s remix of Afrojack and Shermanology’s “Can’t Stop Me”. Right as the crowd started peaking, John Dahlback took the stage.
To be completely honest, I have waited a very long time to see Dahlback perform. My love for the Swedish house giant is not without good reason either; he has consistently produced a diverse range of high-quality music that only gets better each year. John started his set with the tempo at full speed, competently switching between his own music and other club favorites. The crowd ate every moment up, marveling at his mixing of his newest release “Pressure” into Fedde Le Grand & Deniz Koyu’s version of “Zdarlight”. Between the fanfare of lights, confetti, and scantily clad girls hanging from the ceiling (literally), John Dahlback was a shining beam of excellence. Be sure to check out his music and see him live on his current North American tour this spring.