It’s not every weekend that two headlining deejays/producers combine to 40 years of age. Yes, you’re reading that right – Paris Blohm (23) and Zaxx (17) absolutely destroyed a packed Webster Hall/Brite Nites Saturday night with both classics mainstage and unreleased tracks till 4 AM. Per usual, #The212 team has the evidence to prove it.
If you missed our preview of the show last week to get you ready for action, not to worry – we are proud to launch our first recap video below. There will certainly be more in the near future but it’s about time we expand our high quality imagery to motion graphics. Big shout out to our friend and videographer Austin Collins, this kid has worked with huge artists including Avicii, Carnage and more.
Zaxx got the night kicked off with some heavy progressive bass, his original tracks and remixes wet the appetite of the Webster Hall crowd in preparation for the Paris Blohm feels. Aforementioned above, this dude is 17 years old – an impressive age to be opening for an act like Paris Blohm. Supported by artists such including Tiesto and Martin Garrix, the kid has a bright future of he continues to drop some of the most innovative songs around. Check out some of the pictures we captured and his unique twist on the Titanic theme song below:
As soon as Zaxx left the decks, the anticipation for Paris Blohm’s last tour date had his name being chanted over and over by the audience. Not only were kids crowd-surfing, several artists were spotted backstage including Kasum, Riggi & Piros and more. Aside from a handful of unreleased ID tracks dropping left and right, Blohm played his classics including ‘Colors’, ‘A Thing Called Love’, ‘Fire In the Sun’ and more. Make sure to keep a close ear to Paris’ moves in 2015, he will be tearing up the mainstage come festival season.
Keep it locked on The212 socials for updates on the hottest events going down in New York City. Next up is Travis $cott and Young Thug for a ratchet turn-up house party at Webster Hall this Thursday, this show on the Rodeo Tour will not disappoint.