Import/Export is a relatively fresh party on the Miami and New York scene, recently celebrating its second anniversary with the likes of Delano Smith, Bill Patrick and Steve Bug.
Even within their first few events, it has become evident there is a tasteful and devoted energy within the crew. Interesting curations have invited the likes of the OG producer Jimpster, alongside new school artists like DJ Seinfield.
On December 8th, Import/Export will welcome two European veterans in the form of D’julz and Maayan Nidam. Both with decades of experience in dance music and deeply rooted in the culture. The showcase will be held in the intimate confines of Jolene Sound Room, Brooklyn. The cosy space has a limited capacity of just 150 people, creating a unique opportunity to see these high-calibre artists in such a cosy spot.
Maayan Nidam is a woman of many faces. Whether it’s her countless Perlon projects, releasing music via her harder techno label Hellium, or performing in her new The Waves live project, Maayan is ever-present in contemporary music culture. Her DJ sets are known for weaving through genres and eras, mixing old classics with music from today to create special journeys that have taken her to every corner of the globe.
D’julz holds the same level of authenticity and excellence in his work. His infamous Bass Culture was started way back in 2009, presenting some of house music’s most precious cuts over the years. The combination of Maayan and D’julz is going to be a luscious experience delivered by these two titans of club music.
The curation stays true to the ethos of the brand with a vision of creating unique experiences with high-quality sound systems at the core. It’s often in these kinds of situations where the best is brought from artists, gifting them extended sets to express on great sound systems; magic occurs.
Given the amount Import/Export has achieved in a couple of years since inception, we can be sure to expect some heavyweight curations coming in the future. To have welcomed so many legends of the game in just two years is no easy feat and gives signs of a strong and healthy connection within the crew.
Local support on the night comes from J Richards and Pasquale, as well as Asha Jas and Navid.
Buy tickets for Import/Export with Maayan Nidam and D’julz here.