PHOENIX, April 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Binary Hertz will be opening for Infected Mushroom on Friday, April 29 at 9:00 pm at The Pressroom in Phoenix, Arizona. The April 29th event is part of the Animatronica Live Tour sponsored by Relentless Beats. Infected Mushroom is a DJ duo made of Israeli-bred and LA based Amit 'Duvdev' Duvdevani and Erez Eisen. They've been ranked twice as the world's "10 Best DJ's" by the Bible of Scene and are one of the best-selling music groups in Israeli music history.
Binary Hertz was formed in 2014 by Jeremy Miller and Matty Spangler, two well-known artists and producers in the EDM, Progressive and Electro music scene, who have brought their collective music talents together to form the group. Binary Hertz productions are released through SoCal based Radioactive Records.
Binary Hertz upcoming opening performance in Phoenix on April 29, 2016 will be a reunion of sorts between Jeremy Miller, Matty Spangler and Relentless Beats. Twelve years ago the paths of Jeremy Miller, Matty Spangler and Thomas Turner (of Relentless Beats) crossed at Club Myst House 7340 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Relentless Beats was the promoter, Jeremy Miller was the guest DJ (as N10CT) and London West Records owner Matty Spangler was the resident. Matty worked closely with Relentless Beats at the nightclub for nearly six years, which was the catalyst that brought underground dance music to the mainstream in Arizona.
Jeremy's and Matty's first live performance as Binary Hertz in Phoenix also will mark Matty's return to his hometown where he earned his stripes as a DJ and dance music guru. London West Records (LWR) was the longest running dance music vinyl shop of its time and became the hub of dance music in Arizona. Matty and LWR were involved in DJ'ing, DJ bookings at clubs and raves, promotions, selling event tickets, producing / promoting DJ mixes, and managing hundreds of events.
Matty Spangler and Jeremy Miller recently did an exclusive interview with Relentless Beats (http://relentlessbeats.com/2016/04/rb-exclusive-interview-cracking-the-code-with-binary-hertz/) regarding the upcoming April 29th event in Phoenix as well as how the two came together to form Binary Hertz.
Binary Hertz has also been extremely busy in its Southern Cal studio, recently releasing "Slow Jam", a dubby/electro house track geared towards house DJ's with a big bangin' turn around. Additionally, they just wrapped up an extended remix of "KASKADE Disarm You", a really big track with deep, euphoric and ethereal sounds that complements the beautifully reworked vocals, and really soars. Both releases can be found on the official Binary Hertz YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF6DzCtzYz8MH1So-NStOSg) and official Binary Hertz Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/binaryhertz/).
About Binary Hertz
The vision of Binary Hertz is to embrace the current styles of EDM while at the same time influencing the next generation of dance music. Binary Hertz is more than just another DJ or production group. Binary Hertz is creating a platform, one piece at a time, which will revolutionize dance music as we know it today by utilizing our collective professional talents as musicians, DJ's, producers, studio engineers, and promoters. Not only will these traits contribute to the production of dance music of the highest quality, they will also positively impact the dance music community in its entirety.
Our monthly podcast features our latest tracks along with the newest and best dance music from across the globe. Along with some popular DJ "hammers", a large portion of our musical focus (of our podcast) will be to find a "diamond in the rough" amongst the thousands of tracks released upon the world each day. We will dig deeply to find new artists and labels to help showcase them to the dance music community.
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SOURCE Radioactive Records