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​Mixmag Asia returns with round two of Resident Revival in Vietnam

1900's head honcho Dustee will man the decks

  • Mixmag Asia Crew
  • 26 July 2020
​Mixmag Asia returns with round two of Resident Revival in Vietnam

We already told you that 2020 will be the year that resident DJs will reclaim their dance floors, and Hanoi is leading the pack.

After a super successful first edition where 2,000 people descended upon 1900 in Hanoi to see NgoKien take a stage illuminated by an international spotlight, we’re ready for round two of a series designed to put resident DJs back in the limelight and let clubs rediscover their defining sound. We return to Vietnam on Saturday August 1.

Stepping up to the occasion for the second edition of the series is Dustee. Revered and respected for his significant contribution to the birth and sustainable growth of Vietnam’s music scene, today he is busy nurturing the next generation of Vietnamese artists. He prefers not to be bound by genres, but instead by the artists represented by his Dusted Recordings imprint, a label he founded to help promote Vietnamese producers. His vision is to push Vietnamese artists to reach new heights with their music and provides them with a platform to go international. And for this reason, you’ll find that his Mixmag Asia performance will feature mainly music from Vietnamese artists.

Resident Revival returns to 1900 Le Théâtre, an institution in Hanoi. The club is the largest in Vietnam and pays homage to its location, with its deco drawing influence from history and traditional arts. The club boasts a full L-Acoustic Arcs II and has hosted some of the biggest names to roll through Vietnam like Tchami, Malaa, Zomboy, Mark Knight, What So Not, Diplo, Dillon Francis and more, as well as a Boiler Room showcase.

Keen to get involved in your city? Hit us up at [email protected].

Join Mixmag Asia on Saturday August 1 at 1900 Le Théâtre as we celebrate a new beginning for Vietnam's resident DJs. Find the event here.

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