Relentless Beats, UK Thursdays, and School Of Rock present Felguk at School of Rock on Mill Ave on Thursday, August 30, 2012.
Having just officially remixed Madonna’s new single “Celebration”, and frequently staring in the Myspace and Beatport top charts, Gustavo Rozenthal and Felipe Lozinsky, who form the duo Felguk, is a force to be reckoned with. Their massive bass-led pumping electro-house, is a genre of its own. Un-phased by clubs or open air-festivals, whether playing live or Djing, they are quite simply a phenomenon in the making. For 2 years, Felguk has been headlining majors parties in Brazil, always getting a warm and excited response of the crowd. Having toured USA, Canada and Mexico, the duo is ready to take the next step on the scene. With a passion for rock, funk and pop and releases on Bug-Eyed Records and Plasmapool have placed Felguk firmly on the scene, being incorporated in the sets of notorious djs such as Spencer & Hill, Adam K, Klass, Miles Dyson, Tim Healey and Dj Dan. Recently, the duo from Rio de Janeiro was invited by Warner Bros. Records, to remix the new single of superstar Madonna, “Celebration”, being part of a small group of top DJs and music producers such as Benny Benassi and Paul Oakenfold.
Felguk – In Action – Bits of 2012
ABOUT SCHOOL OF ROCK
School of Rock is a two room venue with staging and bar located in the heart of downtown Tempe on Mill Ave. School of Rock recently hosted our R3HAB event and has been home to UK Thursdays since it’s move to Tempe.
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Having just officially remixed Madonna's new single "Celebration", and frequently staring in the Myspace and Beatport top charts, Gustavo Rozenthal and Felipe Lozinsky, who form the duo Felguk, is a force to be reckoned with. Their massive bass-led pumping electro-house, is a genre of its own. … Read More